Peyton Manning the greatest ever?
Peyton Manning added another record to his resume Sunday, passing Brett Favre for most touchdown passes of all time. Manning ended the night with 510, two more than Favre's 508. Is Manning the greatest QB ever? Will he ever win a second Super Bowl?
Connor Callihan, a junior at Roberson High School in Asheville, North Carolina, was steps from the finish line at a cross-country meet Monday when he felt his leg snap. Callihan -- broken tibia or not -- wasn't going to just lie there and let the competition pass him. So he crawled several feet before finally, improbably, crossing the finish line.
"I have to finish. I'm doing this for my team," Callihan told Asheville's News 13 in this video:
Something tells us that attitude will help Callihan recover ahead of schedule.
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We're not well-versed enough in the subtleties of boxing to offer anything more than the most basic analysis of the following video, so we're going to go with just the facts:
1. Justin Bieber and Floyd Mayweather Jr. are friends, or at least acquaintances.
2. Mayweather is training Bieber in the ways of boxing.
3. Bieber throws several punches, and though they are clearly intended as practice punches and are therefore not thrown at full speed, all of them connect.
4. Bieber does not appear to be training Mayweather in the ways of singing or dancing.
That's it. Now you know this information.
It's tough to recover an onside kick -- if it weren't, teams would do it all the time. Your best move is usually to overload one side, kick it toward that side, and hope for the best.
Hebron High School in Carrollton, Texas, looked as if it was going to do just that in a game against Allen High School, clustering the bulk of the team near midfield. What Allen High didn't realize, however, is that there was one player left unaccounted for:
Sneaky, Hebron High. Very sneaky. We're not sure that this trick play could work more than once, but honestly, that makes it cooler -- it's like a unique work of art.