When Portugal scored its goal, see what the wounded Ronaldo did to a teammate's knee...
In a rare case of OP delivering, a man who promised to eat his shirt on Reddit actually did it. What started out as an offhand comment about the Western Conference Finals turned into this video.
Although he only ate a little bit of a shirt because he doesn't want to die, as far as we're concerned it's the dedication that counts.
If there's one thing we've learned, it's that heads are stronger than golf clubs. Golfer Zac Blair made a mistake while putting and hit his golf club on his head in frustration (similar to the guy in the above gif that Blair later posted in a Tweet about the situation).
Unfortunately, a bent club is a "non-conforming" club and that meant that he was disqualified.
The Florida Panthers had a "Spacey in Space" night and guess who showed up to join in? That's right, Kevin Spacey. For some reason he's become a bizarre celebrity good luck charm for the team and he's finally come out to see them.
Unfortunately, they lost that game 5-3, but they still seemed happy to see him.
During a Michigan-Ohio State basketball game, ESPN debuted a camera angle that was supposed to make people feel like they were sitting courtside. Unfortunately, it was not the experience they hoped for.
It turned out to be a weird angle that didn't account for the referees who ended up blocking out much of the screen anytime they walked by. People hated it so much, it's probably safe to say that ESPN will not be trying this again. via @AceAnbender, @eboland11, @BryMac, @Reflog18
Yesterday, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted the Seattle Seahawks running back the trademark to his phrase, "I'm just here so I won't get fined".
Lynch filed for the trademark less than 3 weeks after he used it to answer more than 20 questions at Super Bowl XLIX's media day.
It takes a serious set of stones to openly mock LeBron James for being a crybaby when you're sitting four feet away from the demi-god of a man. An epic moment of awkwardness in every sense of the word.
"That LeBron is such a cryba.... whoops... I mean uhhh... LeBron's cool." pic.twitter.com/N6rQM1mOxq— CBS Sports (@CBSSports) December 25, 2015