Sports

  • 10 Hunting Gear Upgrades You Need to Make Now

      Mystery Ranch Dragon Slayer   Few brands have the pedigree Mystery Ranch does. Since 2004 they’ve landed countless government contracts to design and produce bags for hyper specialized American and foreign special forces units—everyone from Seal Team 6 to the even more badass, classified groups that don’t even technically exist. The Montana-based brand is as rugged as it gets,…

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  • 10 Real Coaches Whose Lives Should Be Movies

      Mike Krzyzewski, Duke University basketball So revered is the Duke basketball coach of 36 years that they may as well shut down the program when he retires. For one thing, the court he walks on is named after him. For another, he’s won five national championships, two gold medals with the US Olympic team, and just last season collected…

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  • Tim Tebow Looks as Good as He Is Likeable

      1 of 7 Brent Humphreys for Esquire Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 7 Brent Humphreys for Esquire Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 7 Brent Humphreys for Esquire Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 7 Brent Humphreys for Esquire Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 of 7 Brent Humphreys for Esquire Advertisement – Continue Reading…

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  • The Toughest of 2015

    1 of 25 The Spaceman: Scott Kelly Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 25 The Contrarian: Chris Borland Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 25 The Prodigy: Katie Ledecky Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 4 of 25 The Wildmen: Mick Fanning…and Seven Other Men Who Fought Animals to Save Themselves Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 of 25…

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  • 32 of the Most Scandalous, Controversial, and Memorable Moments in Summer Olympics History

    The summer games are a place for glory, victory, and honor. They’re also a place for controversy, scandal, and dishonesty. As such, let’s round up Olympic moments from both ends of the spectrum, from disgraceful cheating in 1896 to seriously inspiring political statements in 1968. Herewith, 32 of the most buzzworthy “What just happened?” moments in Olympic history. View Gallery…

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  • The 23 Best, Funniest, Weirdest Photos of the Rio Olympics

      1 of 23 Shaunae Miller of the Bahamas dives to win gold over American Allyson Felix in the Women’s 400m. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 2 of 23 Usain Bolt and Andre de Grasse laugh as they approach the finish line in the Men’s 200m Semifinals. Getty Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 of 23 Usain Bolt wags…

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  • Jalen Rose Sounds Off on Resting NBA Stars: ‘Don’t Like It, Won’t Like It, Will Never Like It’

      Jalen Rose made the transition from professional athlete to ubiquitous media personality with a seamlessness that only Michael Strahan has matched. One minute, he was suited up in an NBA uniform; the next, he was in a suit on a TV set and chatting with Bill Simmons on the Grantland podcast. Now the longest-serving analyst on ESPN’s NBA Countdown,…

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  • "I’m Fucking Weird": How Royce White Became the Most Important Basketball Player Alive

      May 7, 2017 On a recent Saturday evening in Ontario, Royce White, a six-foot-eight, 270-pound power forward for the London Lightning, sat signing autographs for a long line of children. The mood was particularly jubilant that night, as the Lightning’s 109-97 win over the Orangeville A’s extended their winning streak to ten games. White, arguably the biggest star in…

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  • Legal Experts Explain This Strange New Twist in the Aaron Hernandez Saga

    Aaron Hernandez is innocent. Not in the eyes of his alleged victims’ families, nor in the public eye, but innocent he remains, at least according to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. On Tuesday, a Superior Court Judge retroactively vacated the former New England Patriots star’s conviction for the 2013 murder of his onetime friend Odin Lloyd. Advertisement – Continue Reading Below…

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  • The NFL’s 11 Best Touchdown Dances, in Honor of Its New Rules

      Advertisement – Continue Reading Below In a letter addressed to fans, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced changes to the league’s celebration policy. The rule change is a marked difference from the years of restrictions and limitations—including penalties for choreographed dances, dunking on field-goal posts, and diving to the ground—the league has enforced on touchdown celebrations. “We know that you…

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