Funniest Sports Headline Ever
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This Is Definitely The Most Suggestive Sports Headline I've Ever Seen

11/20/08 in NCAAF   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

As someone who's been involved in journalism for a fair amount of time, I'm well aware that occasionally some rather dirty sounding headlines will unintentionally slip through. However, I don't know how in God's name this one ever made it onto a legit sports site. 




Amazingly, this was the lead article on Tulsa World's sports section for the majority of yesterday evening, in anticipation of this weekend's Tulane-Tulsa football game.

Hell, they still haven't changed the headline in the damn article.

Anyway, let's just hope little Johnson "measures up" so to speak on Saturday.
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11/20/08   |   Seth   |   301 respect

Ryan wrote:
Being blessed/cursed with the last name of Johnson, I know all too well the pitfalls that accompany the name.

For example, we basically had to eliminate the family name of Harry (my wife's side of the family) when thinking about possible names for our children.

My daughter's godparents suggested we name our child Aiken.
(Edited by Seth)

Whatever you do, DON'T name your daughter Ivana.

11/20/08   |   gamal_salem46

Keeter wrote:
I can only imagine - some other possibilities could include:

- Richard
- Hidden
- Sore
- Tasty
- Frank Lee
- Saggy
- Slim
- Walkie-Talkie

OK, maybe not the most common names, but still.............

11/20/08   |   Keeter   |   92 respect

Ryan wrote:
Being blessed/cursed with the last name of Johnson, I know all too well the pitfalls that accompany the name.

For example, we basically had to eliminate the family name of Harry (my wife's side of the family) when thinking about possible names for our children.

My daughter's godparents suggested we name our child Aiken.

I can only imagine - some other possibilities could include:

- Richard
- Hidden
- Sore
- Tasty
- Frank Lee
- Saggy
- Slim
- Walkie-Talkie

OK, maybe not the most common names, but still.............

11/20/08   |   ethanator1088

It is so funny that they have not changed it, and people are leaving funny comments below their post. I wonder what their editor is thinking? :-)

11/20/08   |   huskerdoug2009   |   2796 respect

Maybe that's why Chad Ocho Cinco changed his name?  And here I thought it was his game that didn't measure up to standard

11/20/08   |   Boski93   |   375 respect

It is a game of inches. . .

11/20/08   |   100%InjuryRate   |   1283 respect

Ryan wrote:
Being blessed/cursed with the last name of Johnson, I know all too well the pitfalls that accompany the name.

For example, we basically had to eliminate the family name of Harry (my wife's side of the family) when thinking about possible names for our children.

My daughter's godparents suggested we name our child Aiken.

Your godparents rule.

11/20/08   |   Ryan   |   153 respect

Being blessed/cursed with the last name of Johnson, I know all too well the pitfalls that accompany the name.

For example, we basically had to eliminate the family name of Harry (my wife's side of the family) when thinking about possible names for our children.

My daughter's godparents suggested we name our child Aiken.

11/20/08   |   Seth   |   301 respect

hskrdave wrote:
 well is it going to be cold or warm? that may be why there isn't an accurate measurement....
(Edited by Seth)

"There was shrinkage!"

11/20/08   |   Keeter   |   92 respect

"And it's 4th-and-just-a-few-inches to go, and they give the ball to Johnson............."

11/20/08   |   Keeter   |   92 respect

I gotta say it -

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID !!!!!!!!!!


11/20/08   |   hskrdave   |   10836 respect

 well is it going to be cold or warm? that may be why there isn't an accurate measurement....

11/20/08   |   Pat   |   5234 respect

Awww... poor little guy...