- 1Up 18Down 2When tiger said "I do." Enough said
- 2Up 9Down 1I'm not sure if the hypocricy of Mr. Robinson makes this such an easy choice (check out his high moral character), or the fact he was only splurging $40 on the night before the Super Bowl for his "relaxation" session. Here is the Wikipedia play by play of Eugene Robinson's Super Bowl weekend in 1997:
On the day before Super Bowl XXXIII, he was awarded the Bart Starr Award from the Christian group Athletes in Action for his "high moral character". However, that very same night he was arrested for offering an undercover female police officer posing as a prostitute $40 for oral sex. The next day in, Robinson gave up an 80-yard touchdown reception to Broncos receiver Rod Smith, giving the Broncos a 17-3 lead over the Falcons. Later, in the fourth quarter, he missed a tackle on Denver running back Terrell Davis that enabled Davis to break a long run to the Atlanta 10-yard line. The Falcons ended up losing the game 34-19, and Robinson was widely denounced by the press and fans for the previous night's incident.
- 3Up 8Down 3The 1993 timeout. Webber, star of the Michigan "Fab Five," called a timeout with 11 seconds left in the National Championship Men's NCAA basketball game. Problem....there were no timeouts left for Michigan, which resulted in a technical foul and the end of Michigan's title hopes. Oh well, at least he won in the...scratch that.
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LT-Lifetime Achievement AwardLawrence Taylor has had so many questionable moments that he has earned a lifetime achievement award by The Show. Here are just a few moments LT may wish turned out a bit different:
-Contestant on Dancing With The Stars
-Acting in "The Waterboy"
-Not checking the hooker's ID to verify she was over 18
-Multiple Incidences with alcohol and drugs
-Not selling his stock in All Pro Products (it was once valued at $16.50 per share-not worthless)
-Making an appearance on the WWF
-Showing up to a team meeting in handcuffs from the n***t before (and not because he was arrested)
See more about LT on Wikipedia. The story continues....
- 5Up 8Down 4Ok, perhaps the answer to this riddle is "the fan" that threw a cup of d**t coke on Ron Ron which insighted the biggest player-fan altercation in the history of the NBA. While Ron Artest was not the instigator of this episode at The Palace of Auburn Hills; he was the one that turned it into chaos by entering the stands. That decision cost Ron Ron close to $5 Million and potentially the Pacers a chance at the 2005 NBA Championship.
Ironically, Artest was named the a J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award winner today, April 26, 2011 for the NBA. Nice Comeback.
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