The unrivaled toughness and endless motor on display by this courageous deer just made a humbled Ronnie Lott cross his legs. The spirited young fellow even manages to make the great Bo Jackson look like David Eckstein, at best.
Many pundits are predicting this rare prospect could end up being the first NFL Draft pick that Kiper and McShay whole-hardheartedly agree upon.
By now we have all heard that Curt Schilling has run into some money issues. You were probably as shocked as we were when you heard that his video game company went down the tubes. Never mind the fact that he is starting to resemble a mix between a poisoned Ukrainian politician mixed with a dying Extra Terrestrial. Then again, we might be the wrong people to talk about video games as we are still playing Super Tecmo Bowl and Contra. After draining the State of RI dry, there isn't much left in old Curt's nest egg and it sounds like he might be ready to sell his colored..... errrr 'Bloody Sock'. The Hernia Mole has uncovered some other interesting pieces of memorabilia about to hit the opening market.
Legendary U.K. newspaper, The Sun, has upped the journalism ante once again with a sweeping, twenty-word, epic ballad (shown above) that will surely challenge the perception of what sports reporting really is from this day forth.
The mind-blowing masterpiece, which some have crudely labeled an "article," goes into lengthy detail about the tale of a young Manchester City footballer named Stefan Savic and his possible loan transfer to a pack of wild wolves, which are somehow managed by a human named Stale Solbakken.
The story has sent shockwaves across the world, with several news reporting giants (including the New York Times) already folding as a show of respect. It will be fascinating to see how The Sun tops this bold triumph, but if anyone has the balls to try, surely it is the newspaper that shows a new pair of tits everyday.
BRISTOL, CT -- Notorious face contortionist, Skip Bayless, has let the cat out of the bag and finally turned into a werewolf on live television. The somewhat startling, but mostly predictable transformation took place this morning on ESPN's wildly fresh and never redundant program, "First Take," leaving the always squirrely Jay Crawford scampering for his imaginary notes and Tim "Legs" Legler with a "can you believe this shit?" look on his face. Sources say Bayless "de-wolfed" when a a quick thinking ESPN intern named Darren changed the topic on the teleprompter from LeBron James to college lacrosse.
Our old pal Rusty Hardin was escorting his star client while holding his personal travel mug curiously far from his hip. That could only mean that Rusty's un-holy grail was filled with one of the following:
After news came out yesterday that Dunkin Donuts had inked all-around fun guy Rob Gronkowski to a sponsorship deal, the Hernia reached out to its extensive network to uncover some secret details about the deal. We learned that Gronkowski will have a signature doughnut line - dubbed Spiking Gronknuts - but final decisions on the treats may not come for weeks since he is still knuckle deep in his own spring break tour.
This is a friendly reminder to make sure you not only drink a Guinness on St. Patrick's Day, but that you assist the great brewer in its bold attempt at setting a Guinness World Record for "The Largest St. Patrick’s Day Celebration" of all time.
To celebrate with them -- and us -- it's really quite easy:
A) First, head over to www.Guinness.com and click on "Join the Party." You’ll then be taken to a form to sign the pledge.
B) The form will ask for your first name, country, zip and a referral code, which must be entered as HERN.
Nothing changes an average game like Betting Online. When you have a stake in the outcome of a contest, a typical match can become a memorable event. One might say that it's even more fun than a sports hernia...
and you could come away with some extra cash! The only better feeling than winning is having extra pocket money.