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Lewisville (S.C.) High School senior Annette McCullough became the subject of criminal investigation after she brutally attacked a Chester (S.C.) High opponent.

During the game.

It seemed to come out of nowhere. In the midst of a tightly-fought girls soccer match, McCullough fell after a seemingly innocuous foul ... and absolutely lost it:

There is no video showcasing prior incidents between these two players, yet McCullough reacted viciously to a relatively minor trip that sent her to the ground.

The attack, which you can see above, featured hair pulling, punches being rained down on the Chester player before the melee was broken up.

Not just one or two of them, either. She went Jenelle Evans on her.

Annette McCullough was immediately sent off with a red card and escorted away from the field. Chester County deputies were called to the scene.

McCullough, 18, was charged with simple assault.

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Stair bobsledding needs to be an Olympic sport in 2012.

It's probably too late to qualify for this summer's London games, but come 2016, if this guy keeps up his training (i.e. alcohol consumption) and avoids more than a half dozen serious concussions, he will be the consensus odds-on favorite for gold.

To inspire yourself before you attempt stair bobsledding at home, watch his astounding trial run below. All to go get a Swiffer mop. That's dedication, people.

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He was best known for grabbing rebounds, but now former NBA star Dennis Rodman could use an assist. In life.

An Orange County court commissioner told the Hall of Famer yesterday that he will be held in contempt - and face 20 days in prison - over the $860,376 in child/spousal support he owes his ex-wife.

Rodman has until May 29 to come up with the money, but it could be a problem says his financial advisor, Peggy Williams. She claims her client is broke.

"In all honesty, Dennis, although a very sweet person, is an alcoholic," Williams tells The Los Angeles Times of Rodman. "His sickness impacts his ability to get work."

Dennis Rodman Photograph

Rodman is a multiple-time champion and All-Star and one of the best defenders in NBA history. His colorful life off the court has included a marriage to Carmen Electra; time spent as Madonna's boyfriend; and a resume that includes donning a wedding dress to a book signing, along with coaching a topless women's team.

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It looks like one Los Angeles sports institution is buying another.

A group of investors including former L.A. Lakers star Magic Johnson and longtime baseball exec Stan Kasten agreed Tuesday night to buy the Dodgers baseball team.

The price: A staggering record $2 billion.

That amount would shatter the mark for a sports franchise. Mark Walter, CEO of financial services firm Guggenheim Partners, would become controlling owner.

Magic Johnson Photo

"I am thrilled to be part of the historic Dodger franchise and intend to build on the great foundation laid by Frank McCourt as we drive the Dodgers back to the front page of the sports section in our wonderful community of Los Angeles," Johnson said.

The deal, revealed hours after Major League Baseball owners approved three finalists for an intended auction, is one of the steps toward a sale by the end of April.

It is subject to approval in federal bankruptcy court.

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Paul Sturgess, a player for the Harlem Globetrotters, recently dunked over some guy with the worst vertical leap ever. Does he even jump? Barely, if so.

Sturgess, who goes by the nickname "Tiny," played basketball at West Virginia's Mountain State University before being employed by the Globetrotters.

At 7'8", he'd have had better offers if he had better skills, but at least he's playing professionally in some capacity - and starring in viral videos, to boot!

The clip below, showing "Tiny" dunk over some poor sap and then taunt him afterward, is a little like most of us dunking on a five-year-old. Still, fun!

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It's the biggest event in Kentucky since Colonel Sanders concocted a special recipe for fried chicken: Saturday night, the University of Kentucky basketball team will battle the University of Louisville in the NCAA Tournament Final Four.

The monogamy adverse ex-Kentucky coach, Rick Pitino, leads his Cardinals against the favored Wildcats of John Calipari and his NBA factory of a starting lineup with a berth in the national championship game on the line.

Just how hot is this ticket? A Kentucky fan has placed an ad on Craig's List, asking for seats at the game in exchange for... his wife! But only as collateral. See below:

Kentucky Craig's List Ad

As you can see, it's not a bad deal: learn a few languages while watching the game on your big screen TV? Certainly worth considering at least ...

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Make some room, Linsanity. Welcome, Tebowmania.

Following last week's blockbuster trade, the new face of the New York Jets was introduced at a press conference yesterday, and boy, Tim Tebow is happy to be here.

The quarterback is excited, you might even say.

Seriously, if you devised a Tim Tebow press conference drinking game involving the word "excited" or its derivations, you're likely extremely hung over right now.

He's excited to help the team win. He's excited to work with Rex Ryan. He's even excited to play with Mark Sanchez. Guess it's better than being maudlin, right?

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More than two years after a huge sex scandal derailed his aura of invincibility and roiled his personal life, Tiger Woods is back to doing what he does best.

Winning.

Woods looked dominant as ever in his Sunday red shirt at the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, notching his first PGA Tour victory since 2009.

The 36-year-old closed with a 2-under 70 and won by five shots over Graeme McDowell. The tour win was Tiger's first in 923 days, if you can believe it.

"I think he really just kind of nailed home his comeback," McDowell said. "Great to have a front-row seat watching maybe the greatest of all time."

Woods showed flashes of his old self in recent months, even winning the Chevron World Challenge (an unofficial event). But it all came together this week.

Walking off the green, Tiger waved his cap to the crowd. "It's not like winning a major championship or anything," he said. "But it certainly feels really good."

His next appearance will be in a major championship, the Masters, where he played well the past two years even while demonstratively off his game.

The rest of the field is officially on notice April 5.

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With Tim Tebow traded to the Jets, the New York team now has two bona fide hunks at the quarterback position in the former Broncos star and Mark Sanchez.

Their skills at said position? Inconsistent, even marginal at times. They may be the two most overrated players in the league in terms of publicity-to-skill ratio.

That's neither here nor there, though!

Tebow, 24, and Sanchez, 25, give the Jets the most star wattage in the league, even if they vie for the right to finish second to the Patriots in the AFC East.

Who will start come training camp? A question for another time. Who's the bigger hunk at QB for Gang Green? That question we leave for you to decide NOW!

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Which young quarterback for the New York Jets is hotter, Mark Sanchez or Tim Tebow? Cast your vote in this bona fide hunk-off now! View Poll »

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The NFL has suspended New Orleans Saints Head Coach Sean Payton for one year without pay.

The harsh penalty comes down a few weeks after it was revealed that Payton's team conducted its own "bounty" program on defense in 2009, as players pooled their own money and awarded one another for leveling such fierce, often illegal hits that opponents would be carted off the field.

The Saints also lost two second round draft picks and Gregg Williams, the defensive coordinator at the time, has been suspended indefinitely from his new job with the Rams.

Sean Payton

Said NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell in a statement:

"We are all accountable and responsible for player health and safety and the integrity of the game. We will not tolerate conduct or a culture that undermines those priorities. No one is above the game or the rules that govern it. Respect for the game and the people who participate in it will not be compromised."

What do you think of Payton's punishment?

 

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