Weekend Roundup: The GIFs You Missed
Here's a roundup of all the GIFs you missed while not being a degenerate sports fan all weekend.
While you were out doing lame stuff like enjoying nature and "being a normal human being," we were here cataloguing the weekend in sports for you. You're welcome. We've got the most important parts of the weekend in one sweet roundup of GIFs and clips for a quick-reference guide to all the crazy shit you missed. Enjoy.
Tommy Armstrong, Jr. soared over the Northwestern defense for a spectacular play that was ruled a touchdown on the field, but review held he was just shy of the end zone. Whatever, refs, this shit is dope.
A wild scene at Loftus Road ended with this wonderful ball from Coutinho to Sterling that set up a QPR own goal.
Cal went for the deep ball when a field goal would have won it and UCLA made them pay with an unbelievable interception.
The new high-water mark of goal celebrations comes to us courtesy of Gary Harkins in the Scottish Premiership.
Alabama's Blake Sims shook the Aggies defense out of its shoes with this zig-zagging touchdown run.
This hit was initially flagged for targetting, but review showed that although brutal, it was legal.
Oscar scored on a dazzling penalty and Mourinho is all "pretty good."
The Rams completely faked out the Seahawks by pretending the punt went to one side of the field, while actually fielding it on the other side.
Jamaal Charles got blown up at the goal line and went spinning in mid-air, but scored anyway.
Antonio Gates caught a deflected pass while backpedalling in the back of the end zone.
"I'm Not the Mike!"