To get the blood pumping:
— Lane Kiffin (@Lane_Kiffin) June 12, 2018
Surprise! Brett Favre was ALWAYS looking for the home run ball
[cut to Jon Gruden talking to Brett Favre about progressions & check downs to fullbacks in the flat]
Favre: That made perfect sense to me Jon. I understood it…But my first thought, on any play, was HOME RUN
Gruden: On every play?
Favre: On every play
[Gruden neck spasm] pic.twitter.com/KxDu7LZMFs
— Warren Sharp (@SharpFootball) June 11, 2018
I can’t believe these are actually a thing pic.twitter.com/MAIuLoXIdo
— Brendan Clancy (@BrendanClancy) June 11, 2018
This poor fella didn’t even have to look, he already knew where that ball went after hitting his glove
Austin Langworthy makes the defending champions OKC-worthy. pic.twitter.com/1fcO3ItZJx
— OnlyGators.com 🐊 Florida Gators news (@onlygators) June 12, 2018
Kids clearly walk a ton more than us adults,
Torin turned 8, he wanted a Fitbit. This was his first day with it. 27,092 steps 😮 pic.twitter.com/6jB0wWJbWM
— Kurt Anderson (@OLINEPRIDE) June 12, 2018
The quote of the day
— Sideline Power® (@SidelinePower) June 12, 2018
Side of Dennis Rodman you’ve probably never seen before
It will be really fun to explain to future generations how this happened pic.twitter.com/JHgTWvdnWL
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) June 12, 2018
Good mic’d up session from the defending Super Bowl Champs
— Zach Dunn (@ZachSDunn) June 12, 2018
Confidence is awareness of your strengths.
Humility is awareness of your weaknesses.
— Buzz Williams (@TeamCoachBuzz) June 12, 2018
Some asked Wendy’s Twitter if they were worried about IHOP turning to IHOb and focusing on burgers. Their response was SAVAGE
I can’t… pic.twitter.com/dsFkJQ8LDA
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) June 11, 2018
This is incredible. Pitcher holds off celebration to console his childhood buddy he struck out to send his team to the state title game.
BIGGER THAN BASEBALL: High school pitcher holds off celebrating heading to the Minnesota state championship game with his teammates so he could console his childhood friend instead. https://t.co/9MhAmjpRPN pic.twitter.com/YwTWsNQqID
— ABC News (@ABC) June 12, 2018