We thought that The Dark Knight Rises was the final film in Christopher Nolan’s re-imagining of the Batman franchise, but was it? Lachlan McLean of WHAS in Louisville tweeted this picture of some fans dressed as Batman, Robin, Two-Face, Riddler and Joker at today’s Kentucky Derby. Based on the costumes, I like to think the four on the left came as a group and they just happened to stumble on someone who was there alone dressed as Heath Ledger’s Joker.
Dustin Diamond arrested again … Dude who played Wayne Arnold on The Wonder Years also arrested … Would the Seahawks (…)
The guy can’t stop doing this.
As if watching a perfectly stroked par-3 tee shot plop softly onto the green, or a vanquished bad guy limp out of town, Bryce Harper observed (…)
As you’ve heard, the Baylor football program is in some trouble. Were it a train, it would still be on the tracks, but there would be (…)
Chris Berman, the longtime ESPN sportscaster who has been with the company since 1979, is leaving the network after next football season, (…)
Timmy Jernigan and Warren Sapp are alike in that both grew up in Florida and played on the defensive line in the NFL. And that’s (…)
The NCAA must step in and punish Baylor for its disgraceful inaction in the face of a mountain of sexual assault charges against athletes.
Anthony Davis missed out on $24 million thanks to just missing All-NBA recognition on Thursday.
The Houston Rockets hired Mike D’Antoni on Thursday and it was an awful decision.