The Sunday – Football Is Back And So Are Bat Flips

Compiled by Brad Hubbard | @bradhubbard


Eyes on the Ball

The NFL preseason rarely gives us anything worthy of The Sunday. But this one was too good to pass up.

 

Catches and Bat Flips

Baseball takes a bit of a back seat during Labor Day weekend. Like the interception above, these are too good to pass up.

 

Finale

Robbie Keane does the amazing in his final Ireland National team appearance.

 

The Good, The Better, The Ugly

You knew something like this was bound to happen. Well Western Kentucky was the culprit.

Then there was this catch….

 

Sometimes you draw it up one way and it goes somewhat as planned.

 

And a Kick Six version 2.0.

But this might have been the cheapest shot of the weekend.

The Best

Pitt running back James Connor returned to the field after a season ending knee injury and a bout with Hodgkin lymphoma. He scored two touchdowns and ran for 53 yards on 17 carries.

Another remarkable story was Navy freshman quarterback Malcom Perry being pulled from the stands in his dress whites so he could suit up and play for the Midshipmen. He didn’t dress for the game because he was sick during the week but when starting QB Tago Smith went down.

But let us not forget to show the most amazing tackle by Penn State’s 271-pound kicker. AKA, the Big Toe.

Nothing may have been more powerful than Nebraska using 10 men for the first punt of the 2016 season in honor of the late Sam Foltz. Foltz died in a car crash earlier this summer. 

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