He sure gets around (the globe) fast!
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Husain Abdullah, safety for the Kansas City Chiefs, intercepted a pass from Tom Brady and ran it back for a touchdown Monday night.
Chiefs celebrated, the fans were going wild and Abdullah dropped to his knees in prayer in the end zone.
You catch that? Not knee but knees.
This wasn't a single knee, Tebow-style thanks to god. Abdullah is a devout Muslim and his religious touchdown celebration got him a penalty!!
On the surface, this feels like a fairly simple story about a stripper who got a little too excited at an Australian Football match and took all of her clothes off, and that's probably because that's EXACTLY what happened!
But surprisingly, there's a LOT more to the story!
Model Heather McCartney created quite a stir at Saturday's Australian Football League Grand Final (which is sort of like the Super Bowl) after she was arrested for getting COMPLETELY NAKED in a corporate box during the game!
If you know anything about Ohio State football, it's that their halftime shows are unlike any others you'll find across the country, and that's because they go ALL OUT!
So when we heard The Best Damn Band in the Land was doing a special tribute for The Wizard of Oz's 75th anniversary, we knew it wasn't going to just be covers of "Over The Rainbow" and "If I Only Had a Brain!"
OK, so it did have both of those things, but it also had gigantic dancing scarecrows and flying witches as well as awesome fireworks and smoke machines!
Seriously, we can't wait to see what these guys do next!
Ch-ch-check out their performance (below)!
This is fantastic!
The football team from Lewis and Clark Middle School in Jefferson City, Missouri has a VERY tricky trick play which has a HIGHlarious name!
Coach Shawn Grigg likes to call it "The Ugly Kardashian." LOLz!
You can see the play in action (below), where
This weekend, New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter played his very last baseball game for the Bronx Bombers as he prepares for retirement, and folks in the Big Apple are finding out that saying goodbye isn't always easy!
However, the geniuses at Carnegie Deli have come up with the perfect sendoff, as they're honoring the iconic captain with his very own sandwich, called the Derek Jeter Triple Club Sandwich!
A double club sandwich may have been better since he WAS number 2 and everything, but hey, we're not the sandwich-making experts here!!
So what comes on this mile-high meal? Well the special sandwich comes with
It's the end of an era.
The shortstop finished his 19th season with the Yankees in a fated match up against rival team the Red Sox.
Derek got his final hit, his 3,465th hit, we should say, during the third inning of yesterday morning's game. His four-digit hit tally makes him the sixth highest hitting player in the history of the game, so it's safe to say that baseball lost a great one yesterday.
Derek played his last home game in New York last Thursday, beating the Orioles 6-5.
The 40-year-old won't just be missed by his team, which he's been the captain of since 2003, but he'll also be remembered by the entire sports community; including Gatorade who gave him this incredible send-off after nearly two decades in the game.
The Yankees beat the Red Sox 9-5. Not a bad way to wrap things up.
This is one way to get people's attention!
The writers made fun of how the NFL handled Ray Rice's domestic abuse scandal, as well as many others, and they definitely hit some chords!
In the skit, the Baltimore Ravens and Carolina Panthers players introduced themselves with their name and the crime they committed, instead of their position. Well, this was sort of funny, but went awry when Kenan Thompson introduced himself as "Kendrick Douglas. I hit my wife." All the laughs abruptly stopped, until his ‘wife' popped up, saying she hit him back, which people started applauding.
Um, aren't we trying to stop all domestic violence here?
And then they jabbed Chris Brown at the end, saying that he'd be the halftime performer for the game.
Take a look (above) and tell us if you think SNL went too far, or if it was just right?