Laird Hamilton did stuff on a surf board in Malibu

Laird Hamilton gives NONE fucks about a surf advisory that was issued for the beaches in Malibu last week after a surfer died in a 15 foot swell on Tuesday. 

On Wednesday, the surfing legend who is notorious for challenging some of the worlds biggest surf, risked his life and rescued an inexperienced surfer after his surfboard was swept away by 20-foot swells.   The surfer was reportedly caught in the middle of the storm caused by Hurricane Marie.

As an encore performance, Laird Hamilton did this:

I know ZERO about surfing except what I learned from watching Swayze kick some ass in “Point Break”.  But I feel like Laird Hamilton should get a gold medal IN LIFE for the week he’s had.

Kevin Sumlin’s new QB slaps Manziel’s ghost in the face

You can tell college football is back officially when Kevin Sumlin’s Texas A&M Aggies start running up video-game numbers on unsuspecting defense.

Sophomore QB, Kenny Hill, set new school records for passing yards in a game (511 yds.) AND completions in a game (44) last night against the #9 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks, bitch-slapping them with a 52-28 home-opener loss.


In the first start of his career, Kenny Hill quickly mopped up any hangover residue of Johnny Football “magic” that was still lingering in the Aggie fan base passion bucket (shout-out DP show).  He was crisp, he was sharp and the Aggie offense looked in mid-season form, which was a surprise considering their opponent.  The Gamecocks came into this season with high expectations with some preseason polls even ranking them in the top 5.  They brought back 19 returning starters, but most notably (especially in last night’s game) without the #1 NFL draft pick, Defensive End Jadeveon Clowney.

The old ball coach seemed in a decent enough mood after the loss though:

In addition to a coming-out party for Kenny Hill, it was also a “Post-Johnny Football” statement made by the Aggies Head Coach, Kevin Sumlin.  He announced firmly that he and the Aggies aren’t going anywhere but UP in the SEC even without the former Heisman winner at the helm.


Broncos’ Peyton Manning throws a TD and yells at a Safety (awesome)

If you’re like me, then you’ve been emotionally involved, cherishing, skipping work to watch, casually checking out the “Hard Knocks” series on HBO the last few weeks.

If so, you may have encountered this Safety for the Houston Texans:

The mouth wearing a Houston Texans jersey is CJ Swearinger.

CJ definitely made himself know in the last week, whether it was by letting his mouth take over a passing drill in “Hard Knocks”, or when Peyton Manning threw a dagger into the endzone to Emmanuel Sanders which lead to Manning doing this:

Peyton Manning had previously NEVER been flagged for a “taunting” penalty in his career.

Earlier in the preseason game, Swearinger laid a hit on Broncos WR Wes Welker that sent him to the bench with yet another concussion.

On the very next play, Manning threw a TD to Emmanuel Sanders, then ran the length of the field to yell at Swearinger.  My graduate degree from Mouth-Reading University indicates that Manning lead the conversation off with “TRUCK YOU”, which he repeated several times to Swearinger.  I can only imagine they were discussing a future car commercial.