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Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio pulls off an amazing disappearing act

At the end of the Michigan State blowout loss to Wisconsin, Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio vanished in what may go down as the Clippit video of the year.

Everyone in football is doing awesome hurdles now

Okay, not everyone, but there sure are a lot of incredible hurdles happening in football these days.

Like this one from Ezekiel Elliott against the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football:

And this one from Arizona State’s Kalen Ballage (you may remember him from scoring eight touchdowns a couple weeks ago):

And this one from BYU quarterback Taysom Hill on Saturday vs West Virginia:

Auburn photographer takes football to the face on kickoff

Don’t worry, she’s okay!

Penn State has a 271-pound kicker, and he crushed a Michigan returner

Penn State kicker Joey Julius is 271 pounds, and a Michigan kick returner learned that the hard way on Saturday:

Colorado wide receiver Bryce Bobo makes insane one-handed catch on what would serve as game-winning touchdown vs Oregon

This was an incredible catch, and not a bad throw from CU quarterback Steven Montez in his first career start.

David Ross has an amazing final (regular-season) night at Wrigley Field

39-year-old Chicago Cubs catcher David Ross — or “Grandpa Rossy” — has become a bit of a folk hero at Wrigley Field, and Sunday night was his final regular-season home game in the majors. The 101-win Cubs will of course be playing in the playoffs, but this was the fans’ last chance to really show how much they appreciate Ross, and he got incredible standing ovations before every at-bat. And in his second at-bat, he went yard to make Wrigley go crazy:

In the top of the seventh inning, Cubs manager Joe Maddon came out to the mound in what appeared may be a move to take out starting pitcher Jon Lester (Ross’ BFF), but it was actually to take out Ross so the catcher could get one last ovation. This was an awesome move by Maddon:

Dee Gordon homers in Marlins’ first at-bat following the tragic death of Jose Fernandez, breaks down in tears rounding the bases

It doesn’t get more emotional than this. Dee Gordon said after the game that he’s never even hit one this far in batting practice.

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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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