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SNL Weekend Update: Will Ferrell As Harry Caray: Video

Will Ferrell hosted last night’s season finale of Saturday Night Live, and for once, the show made us realize why we still watch. Ferrell & Co. brought back famous old SNL sketches & people, including George W. Bush, Celebrity Jeopardy, and, of course, Will Ferrell’s fantastic take on legendary Chicago Cubs Broadcaster Harry Caray.

Ferrell appeared…

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Comedian Frank Mirahmadi Calls Entire Horse Race Using Impressions: Video

Comedian & impressionist Frank Mirahmadi doubles as the announcer at Turf Paradise in Phoenix, Arizona. During the recent Hasta La Vista Handicap, Mirahmadi called the entire race using impressions, almost 2 dozen different people in all.

Some of the impressions are definitely spot on, others less so, and others might be spot on…

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Daily Rubbish: End Bush, Begin Obama, Begin Arizona Cardinals In The Super Bowl

As the term of George W. Bush ended and we saw Barack Obama’s begin, the sports world weighed in. Reggie Miller broke down Barack Obama’s basketball style, while a lot of bad stuff happened in the sports world while Bush was in office.

The Arizona Cardinals beat the Philadelphia Eagles to win the NFC and earn a Super Bowl berth (more on this in forthcoming posts…

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Video: I Love The BCS Song – Will Forte on Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update

On last night’s episode of Saturday Night Live, hosted by Neil Patrick Harris, Will Forte sang a song he wrote about his passion for the Bowl Championship Series, called “I Love The BCS.” He pretty much summed up how most college football fans feel.

Here are the complete lyrics from SNL:

I love stepping in…

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President Bush Makes Little Girl Run Off Crying At White House T-Ball Game

Wednesday wasn’t completely devoid of sports action. President Bush hosted a tee ball game at the White House. He was joined by Frank Robinson, Ryne Sandberg, John Smoltz & Kevin Millar for an…

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