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Lamar Jackson is friggin’ unreal

Not even the No. 2 (going into the game) Florida State Seminoles had an answer for Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson. The sophomore sensation had one passing touchdown and four more on the ground. He’s now accounted through 18 touchdowns on the season, in two games (that’s an average of six touchdowns per game for those of you lacking calculators). This was arguably Jackson’s most impressive touchdown of the Cardinals’ 63-20 thrashing of the Noles (and you can see more here):

We’re only through three weeks of the college football season, and Jackson is already the overwhelming Heisman favorite.

North Dakota State stuns No. 13 Iowa

It’s time for FBS schools to stop scheduling North Dakota State. The Iowa Hawkeyes were NDSU’s latest victim, on this last-second field goal:

We had a LARGE GUY TOUCHDOWN in Oxford

Alabama-Ole Miss was totally bonkers, with the No. 1-ranked Crimson Tide ultimately coming out on top 48-43. Alabama’s final touchdown came on this 75-yard “fumble” (its basically an interception) return for a touchdown from 291-pound defensive lineman Jonathan Allen:

Nathan MacKinnon scores a crazy goal to finish off an insane three-on-three overtime in the World Cup of Hockey

Three-on-three hockey is so much fun, and so damn chaotic. This sequence to end the North America-Sweden game on Wednesday shows that off well:

David Ortiz breaks wind, most definitely does not hide it from his teammates

David Ortiz’s Boston Red Sox teammates may miss his incredible hitting abilities, but they probably won’t miss his dugout farts.

Rami Malek goes into Mr. Robot mode while accepting Emmy

Rami Malek won an Emmy for best actor in a drama, for his performance in the outstanding USA drama Mr. Robot. And, if you watch the show, you’ll have what he says in his acceptance speech:

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About Matt Clapp

Matt is an editor at The Comeback. He attended Colorado State University, wishes he was Saved by the Bell's Zack Morris, and idolizes Larry David. And loves pizza and dogs because obviously.

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