Pope Francis accidentally blesses New Orleans Saints before 13-6 win over Jacksonville Jaguars
“Today we give thanks to the Lord for our new #Saints. They walked by faith and now invoke their intercession,” wrote Pope Francis on Twitter.
Basketball fans removed game in America for waving pro-Hong Kong signs
Two pro-Hong Kong, 76ers fans say they were kicked out of a basketball game on Tuesday for waving signs and shouting support for the pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong.
Don Cherry says Leafs won’t win because they’re “not tough enough” and lack Canadian players
“The Leafs, [they’re a] highly-skilled team, I will say. A highly-skilled team, but … you cannot win unless you’re tough in the playoffs,” Don Cherry said Saturday during Hockey Night in Canada‘s ‘Coach’s Corner’ segment.
Naomi Osaka dethrones Bianca Andreescu at China Open
Andreescu had initially been ahead in the match, making Osaka nervous, but the latter came out on top after a sustained effort.
Sports journalism has been hijacked by left-wing hacks
On September 21, NBC News published a hit piece on Barstool Sports and its founder Dan Portnoy. What riled up the journalists to go after the popular sports website known for irreverent humour around sports culture? Barstool Sports does not abide by PC pleasantries and instead provides a place where sports and political incorrectness co-exist. It’s a place for the average man to enjoy sports and a semblance of traditional masculinity.
Blue Jays wish their pitcher a happy birthday, then release him six hours later
Not all on the Jays are youngsters, though. Just ask Clayton Richards, who just celebrated his 36th birthday! As the oldest player on the Jays roster, the organization was kind enough to wish a very happy birthday to the veteran lefty.
WATCH: In Russia, being good at hockey gets you an AK-47 instead of a trophy
The coach cocks the Kalashnikov and gives a short speech before passing the AK-47 off to the captain, who in turn awards the MVP of the game, goalie Saveli Kononov.
Iran’s blue girl dies after setting herself on fire in opposition to archaic law
Sahar Khodayari, an Iranian female football fan has passed away one week after setting herself on fire outside the courtroom which gave her a six-month prison sentence for attempting to sneak into a stadium dressed as a man.
Bianca Andreescu to be given key to the city of Mississauga
“She’s such a fierce, fearless, bold competitor,” said Crombie. “She’s a Mississauga native, but she’s Canada’s champion.”