(Video) This Will Move and Motivate You

(Video) Need Motivation? Tired of Excuses? Try This

If you’re tired of excuses or need some motivation, watch this video of Matt Scott of the Whitewater Warhawks.

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(Video) University of Louisville Bound Justin Coleman Dunks Soccer Kick

(Video) University of Louisville Bound Senior Justin Coleman Makes Incredible Dunk

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Justin Coleman, a 6′4″ senior bound for the University of Louisville, makes an incredible slam dunk of this soccer kick move. You really have to see this…How does this compare to Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls and his old hops? You may recall the coach of Louisville is Rick Pitino. Several months back we helped break a story about his off-court relationship with Karen Sypher. At the time, the school’s administration stood behind Pitino 100 percent. You have to wonder if the subject ever comes up when he meets recruits. I think you also have to wonder about an athletic department that stands behind that sort of conduct. If I was a parent, I’d ask about it just to get his response. I never made it to any of the Louisville games, but you have to wonder if any opposing fans ever implemented the Karen Syyyyyypher chant…? Anyway, the Karen Sypher story shouldn’t take anything away from this incredible dunk.

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Evan Turner Beats Buzzer

Evan Turner Beats Buzzer, Michigan

by FanHouse Newswire

Filed under: Michigan, Ohio State, Big Ten Tournament

Evan TurnerINDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Evan Turner‘s accuracy was off, and the player widely regarded as one of the nation’s best was becoming visibly frustrated in the final minutes.

When the game clock showed 2.2 seconds, those issues no longer mattered.

Turner took an inbounds pass, dribbled upcourt and drained a 37-footer at the buzzer to give No. 5 Ohio State a 69-68 win over Michigan on Friday in the Big Ten tournament quarterfinals.

"You can’t really practice for those moments, you just have to come out and come ready," he said.

The Big Ten player of the year left his arm in the air after the release, confident that the long shot would fall.

"I was just trying to get the ball up and get it in shooting range and keep my follow-through, and it went in," he said modestly.

Turner finished with 18 points and eight assists for the Buckeyes (25-7), who advanced to play Illinois in the semifinals on Saturday. The Fighting Illini beat No. 13 Wisconsin 58-54 on Friday afternoon.

Turner’s final attempt was so close to the buzzer that the play was reviewed. When the officials signaled the shot was good, the red-clad section of the crowd erupted.

Ohio State coach Thad Matta said he wasn’t sure the Buckeyes deserved such good fortune.

Jets Putting Full-Court Press on L.T.

by Thomas George

Filed under: Jets, NFL Free Agency, NFL Rumors

LaDainian TomlinsonHere is what the Jets have planned for LaDainian Tomlinson: