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Baseball legend turned fishing myth? Nope, Mike Trout is both a legend on the diamond and on the ocean.
A fisherman could go out every day of his or her life and never hook themselves a fish this big. A fantastic day of fishing indeed, the extremely young Mike Trout made his first year of baseball look easy; now it simply looks like everything he touches turns to gold.
Well, fishing gold that is.
[Think Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco might turn out a gold record as a rapper?]
Would it be even cooler if the Trout family had taken a vacation to Key West and caught themselves a 550-pound trout?
Of course, but we’re sure they’re totally fine with a 550-pound Goliath grouper.
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H/T: Busted Coverage
Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh learned the Red Wings tradition “Legend of the Octopus.”
With their loss to the Pacers, many are claiming the 2012-13 season as a failure for the Knicks. A closer look shows that the team actually overachieved. This squad did something not seen in New York since before Y2K.
The decision of Ty Flournoy-Smith to transfer out of Georgia may have opened up a scholarship at Georgia for Milan Richard, Herschel Walker’s nephew.
Standing in at 6-foot-6 and 225 pounds, OJ Howard is set to make a major splash as a freshman tight end for the Alabama Crimson Tide.
Mark Richt and the Georgia Bulldogs are zeroing in on five-star defensive tackle recruit Lamont Gaillard, who is said to be leaning towards Athens.
The 2013 showdown between the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes will take place on Sept. 7 at noon. The memes aren’t happy about it.