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Ravens return blocked field goal for game-winning TD

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 11:58 PM

The game was all tied up between the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. With just three seconds left on the game clock, the Browns had a chance to win the game with a 51-yard field goal attempt. Then the unthinkable happened.

Ohio Bed Bath & Beyond stores selling Johnny Football shot glasses

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 11:13 PM

Bed Bath and Beyond stores in northeast Ohio were selling Johnny Football shot glasses and pint glasses.

Boomerang POV camera is pretty intense

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 11:02 PM

If you know how to use a boomerang properly, you can make them look pretty cool. After all, they’re the only thing you can throw as hard as you want away from you and have it come right back to you. YouTube user Victor Poulin’s passion is boomerangs. Just take a look at his YouTube page. He recently attached a camera to a boomerang to show his viewers some awesome boomerang POV shots.

Check them out below.

Rasheed Wallace sinks two shots at the same time

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 9:04 PM

Rasheed Wallace has not played in the NBA since the 2012-13 season, when he appeared in 21 games for the New York Knicks. Just because it has been a few years, it doesn’t mean that the 41-year-old Philadelphia native has forgotten how to ball.

Billy Smith rips Gretzky after winning Conn Smythe

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 9:07 PM

You did not want to mess with the New York Islanders during the early part of the 1980’s. They won the Stanley Cup four straight seasons and racked up 183 regular season wins in that span. They met Wayne Gretzky and the Oilers in the 1983 Stanley Cup and really got to them on and off the ice.

The legendary, and TSN’s own, Dave Hodge was there to speak with Conn Smythe winner Billy Smith following the victory, who had some choice words for Gretzky, Oilers fans, and hockey fans across Canada and the rest of the world.

Alexei Ramirez's car changes colour in different temperatures

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 8:03 PM

When you’re buying a new car, one of the questions you must answer is ‘What colour do you want?’ If you’re Chicago White Sox shortstop Alexei Ramirez, you don’t have to make that decision because you can just choose them all.

Teddy Bear Toss goes wrong at Kingston Frontenacs game

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 6:55 PM

Everyone loves the always-giving Teddy Bear Toss. You bring a teddy bear with you to a hockey game and you get to throw it on the ice after the home team scores their first goal. You get to litter the ice and a child gets a new toy for Christmas. It’s a win-win. However, sometimes they don’t go as planned.

This Redskins fan is pumped up, screams 'You Like That' at every Giants fan following Washington's win

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 6:21 PM

When things go the Washington Redskins’ way and they win big games, the phrase ’You like that?!’ seems to be the go-to reaction for the players. Kirk Cousins started it off after Washington’s comeback win against the Buccaneers back in Week 7, and then the team kept it going after taking over first place in the NFC East with a 20-14 win over the Giants in Week 12.

It doesn’t stop there, though. It seems that the fans are starting to use the phrase as well, and one Redskins fan in particular likes the victory chant so much that he decided to shout it at every Giants fan he saw following his team’s victory.

This great-grandmother would school you in soccer

By BarDown Staff (@BarDown) Nov. 30, 2015 5:14 PM

When someone has a passion for a particular sport, they don't lose that passion with old age. Enthusiasm for the game may fade a little overtime, but the love remains.

A 90-year-old woman named Asa Marie is the perfect example of never losing love for a sport. Marie is said to have always had a passion for soccer, and at the age of 90 continues to practice playing keep-it-up with a soccer ball. Not only does this most likely keep her active and healthy, but it is also just downright impressive. Most 20-year-old men and women couldn't keep a soccer ball up the way Marie does.

We bet she could dangle some college soccer players if she really wanted to. We can picture her breaking through a defence just like this...

You go, great-grandma!