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20 Dogs Ready for Some Football

We can already hear the NFL theme song in our heads. After waiting months (which have felt like years), we are more than thrilled for the arrival of football season. But the humans of the household aren't the only ones who are excited to root for their favorite teams again. Canine football fans are raring to…

The Puppy Bowl is back! Now in its ninth year, America's favorite sporting event featuring baby dogs is set to continue its tradition of injecting a healthy dose of cuteness that is otherwise absent from the gridiron on Super Bowl Sunday. Bigger and more popular then ever, the Puppy Bowl is planning some exciting additions for this year's event, according to TheWrap.com. Chief among them: hedgehog cheerleaders! But don't worry, cat lovers. The hedgehogs aren't taking the place of the cute kittens who perform the Puppy Bow...

Animals Excited for Football Season

Football season is upon us. Order the Buffalo wings, clear off the couch and check your cable packages. While you're doing all that, animals are preparing in their own way. Critters across the country are passing around the pigskin and putting on their team garb to ready themselves for the joyous thrill of the game.  I'M…

FIFA has tried a thousand different ways to make Americans care about football soccer. Nothing has worked, not even when they let us host the World Cup in 1994, or the subsequent creation of the MLS. Well, it seems to us that the English Premier League has just stumbled on a new strategy. When this stray cat wandered onto the pitch in the middle of a match between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, it certainly grabbed out attention. So, FIFA officials, why not make cats a regular part of soccer? Sure, you'd have to rewrite the laws of the game fairly drastically and almost certainly infuriate all the footie loyalists in every other nation in the world. But you say you want America's eyes and...

If this can't get Americans interested in the most popular sport in the world, nothing can....

Here's a video of a soccer match that was interrupted when a dog ran onto the pitch. Now, two things for which Americans are notorious are (1) being really into their pets and (2) not caring about soccer. If FIFA is going to keep on whining and complaining that the world's superpower doesn't pay enough attention to the world's most popular sport, maybe they should see this incident as an opportunity instead of a random nuisance....