(Sports) USC Marcus Lattimore out indefinitely after knee injury vs. Tennessee

South Carolina All-American Marcus Lattimore may have suffered a season-ending injury for the second straight year after a knee injury against Tennessee. With his Gamecocks up 21-14 and 4:45 remaining in the second quarter, Lattimore carried off left tackle and was met by Volunteer defenders Herman Lathers and Eric Gordon. Gordon’s helmet appeared to make direct contact with Lattimore’s right knee, which buckled in stomach-turning fashion.

The school announced after No. 17 South Carolina’s 38-35 win that Lattimore was out indefinitely. Lattimore missed the final six games of last season after tearing ligaments in his right knee against Mississippi State. He needed surgery and about six months of rehab before he was cleared to return to practice.


Lattimore lay on the ground in obvious distress before being carted off the field. In a touching gesture, players from both sidelines emptied onto the field to wish the junior the best as he departed the field.

Lattimore was taken off the field on a cart and went to the hospital for further evaluation. Gamecocks coach Steve Spurrier didn’t give details of the injury, only that it was every bit as devastating as the one to Lattimore’s left knee last fall at Mississippi State. Lattimore had surgery to repair ligaments and cartilage, then needed six months of rehabilitation and recovery before he was cleared to return to action.


(Sports) Vince Young to Workout For the Arizona Cardinals

Young may get a another chance after being cut from the Buffalo Bills.  Many thought it was over for him but it turns out he will work out for the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday.
The Cardinals are having trouble in the quarterback position with losing starting quarterback Kevin Kolb for 6-8 weeks because of a sternum injury.  John Skelton who began the season as the starter has just returned from an ankle injury.

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(Sports) Video:Boxer Kimbo Slice Improves To 6-0 After Another Knock Out

Former street fighter turned UFC competitor turned pro-boxer is keeping that win streak alive in his new profession. He’s now 6-0 since putting on the gloves.

Kimbo took on 40-year-old Howard Jones in an Oklahoma casino and as you will see in the video, the crowd laughs after they touch gloves.  You knew this guy was getting knocked out. smh.

Start video around 2:55 mark:

(Sports) Guess Which Two NBA Superstars Are Working Out Together?!


LeBron James and Kevin Durant are in the midst of “Hell Week 2″ together. For the second consecutive offseason the Oklahoma City Thunder star has joined the Miami Heat Most Valuable Player for a series of collaborative and grueling two-a-day workouts near James’ hometown in Akron, Ohio.

(Sports) Hakeem Olajuwon: Who Is Next?

(JaVale) McGee has spent a couple of weeks on (Hakeem) Olajuwon’s ranch near Houston, where Denver teammate is expected to work out as well this month.

Olajuwon has become sort of a hoops whisperer, teaching his intricate moves to some of the NBA’s best bigs.  Based off the videos I’ve seen, Olajuwon still has impressive footwork and can definitely teach this dudes a thing or two.