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Penn State football players attempt to draw the Nittany Lion logo from memory, fail

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Penn State football players attempt to draw the Nittany Lion logo from memory, fail

Football players aren't typically artists — well, Herschel Walker did try his foot at ballet — so it's no surprise they didn't execute drawing their respective logos from memory on the first try.

The Eleven Warriors website had the fun idea to ask a bunch of players at the Big Ten Media day to try their hand. The results are pretty good.

And by good, I mean bad.

Many of the teams have boring letters like Wisconsin or Nebraska or Michigan. So those results weren't as fun as Penn State which has the sweet Nittany Lion logo.

Tight end Mike Gesicki and linebacker Jason Cabinda may want to stick to sports. For some reason USC legend Marcus Allen took part and he wasn't actually that bad.

Check out all the other teams here.

Internet sleuths uncover Doug Pederson cameo in 2008 movie

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Internet sleuths uncover Doug Pederson cameo in 2008 movie

Before Doug Pederson was an underdog, he was a longshot.

Thanks to some super sleuthing from some folks on Reddit, specifically u/nosefinger1, it has been uncovered that Doug Pederson and his Calvary Baptist Academy football team made a brief appearance in the movie “The Longshots.” 

Since we don’t condone piracy, here are some screenshots.

That has to be Doug, right? If you needed more proof, u/dr_rex uncovered some more info.

The movie, starring Ice Cube and directed by Limp Bizkit’s Fred Durst, came out in 2008 and was a pretty significant box office flop. Perhaps they could have given the future Super Bowl-winning head coach a bigger role.

Eagles fans show off Super Bowl custom license plates on Twitter

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Eagles fans show off Super Bowl custom license plates on Twitter

The Eagles are still the reigning Super Bowl champs and these people want everyone driving behind them to know it.

Some people will decorate their house, others got tattoos, but people on Twitter started sharing their custom license plates today and they’re spectacular.

Here’s a few.

Bravo, Eagles fans.

If you have a license plate you’d like to show off, too, send it to us!