One of the things you should never do in football is get in a fistfight. Especially if it’s your rookie season, especially if you’re doing well, and especially if you plan on taking off your opponent’s helmet.
Unfortunately, all were true in the case of Browns defensive end Myles Garret when he attacked Pittsburg QB Mason Rudolph during the regular season in 2019. As a result, Garret ended up being kicked off the team for the rest of the season.
Sinking a Putt for Birdie
If you don't know what the phrase means just think of it as the golf version of killing two birds with one stone.
Tiger Woods took a sport like golf, with a very particular fan base demographic, and appealed to the entire world. Woods currently holds a record of more than 80 PGA tour wins. Here, he was photographed after sinking a great putt during the fourth round of the 2008 U.S. Open.
Polo is one the only games you'll see even members of the Royal family participate in. A very dignified sport, polo is played by some of the best horseback jockeys around the world.
Here you see a picture taken of Canadian jockey Ron Turcotte on his horse "Secretariat" at the Belmont Stakes in Belmont Park, New York, on June 9th, 1973. These are million-dollar horses, ridden by millionaires, on-looked by millionaires.
Sliding in for the Run
Nothing is more satisfying for a baseball fan than watching your favorite player slide into home base to score a run. It's even more fun to watch when you know he almost hit a home run.
This is exactly what happened during a 1965 game between the Yankees and the Minnesota Twins. Twins player Zoilo Versalles was sure he hit home and was on his way to home base when teammate Rich Rollins yelled at him to slide in, realizing that his ball was on its way to the catcher's mitt.
Every Second Counts
American football is a sport in which every second and every yard counts for the win. Just one NFL game quarter can last more than a half hour, with the average game lasting more than three hours.
Meaning 4 minutes on the clock is really more like 8, and 30 seconds can be an eternity. This picture was taken when Matt Leinart (at the time playing for the USC Trojans) caught a Hail Marry for a touchdown in the last three seconds of the game. He closed a 34-31 win against the Fighting Irish at Notre Dame Stadium in South Bend, Indiana.