Whoa! Who said you couldn’t use trick shots in game situations? This kid was surely the big man on campus for a few days after this one!
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The interview, which was filmed Monday, will air in two separate segments on Winfrey’s network (beginning on Thursday).
Although Armstrong had already been found guilty and stripped of his Tour de France victories, the confession still caught many by surprise. This coming after years of denying any use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Winfrey said that Armstrong was “forthcoming” throughout the interview and that while he “did not come clean in the manner that I expected,” she did say she was “satisfied by his answers.”
Along with being stripped of his Tour de France victories, the World Anti-Doping Agency banned him for life from sports. The WADA said that a confession under oath would be needed to reduce Armstrong’s lifetime ban. Read more
The opening day of the North American International Auto Show started off with much anticipated reveals and the opportunity to see up close what has been only previously seen online.
GM, however, unveiled the first all-new Corvette in 9 years on Sunday. The new 2014 C7 Corvette Stingray is scheduled to hit showrooms this fall.
In other news, Mercedes revealed a completely new class of vehicles. The CLA-class, or more casually known as the “Baby Benz”, will be smaller than the already small C-Class line of vehicles.
Cadillac is expected to continue to build upon its strong momentum on the back of its ATS sedan being named the 2013 North American Car of the Year.
According to a number of informal polls, more than half of visitors to the auto show in Detroit is shopping for a new car. From the looks of opening day, there is going to be plenty to choose from. Read more
The University of Alabama’s Paul W. Bryant Museum showed that there is a downside to having a successful athletics program. Where do you put all the trophies?
“So Many Trophies, So Little Space” was created last year in celebration of the university’s second national championship in 3 years.
In this cheeky ad for the university’s football program, there are so many trophies that no one knows what to do with them (or how to get around them).
Alabama student Jack Blankenship, the man behind “The Face” (see above) that became famous at the school’s basketball games, also made a welcome appearance.
Check out the video below:
While the video was produced to get a laugh, Alabama’s dominance in college football is not a joke. With another championship under their belt since the video was made, there seems to be no end in sight for Alabama’s storage troubles.
The University of Alabama’s football team just won its third national championship in 4 years on Monday. Which means there’s another one of “The Coaches Trophy” to display. Read more
In direct contrast to the many stereotypes (and in many cases, sad truths) surrounding the fashion and beauty industries, MAC Cosmetics is portraying beauty in its own way.
The text underneath the photo reads, “Strike a powerful pose. Stand out and redefine the notion of beauty in a colour collection too irresistible to ignore.”
The style of the photography used in the ad highlights Jelena’s femininity while in no way attempting to hide her incredible physique. The balance of the two goes a long way to show that MAC Cosmetics wasn’t doing this for purely shock value. Read more
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