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Behold, the greatest gender reveal of all time

College football player and his squad go the extra mile

5:02 PMIn the year of our Lord 2017 if you’re having a baby, it is your social media obligation to tell the world about it in a fun, creative and spontaneous way. In the past few years, as a party genre, gender reveals have become a huge hit, and the cottage industry around them is booming. Some people use cakes, some people use smoke bombs. After all, it’s a big deal.

Also gaining popularity in the sports world, particularly with college teams, are surprise videos where a key piece of information — like, say, getting a full scholarship — is celebrated by the entire team. They’re fun, they’re real, and in a world where so many things are staged stunts, they’re refreshing.

The latest, from Anthony Llosa, a member of the University of Ave Maria football team, manages to combine both.

https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/917439608979308550/video/1

Everything about this is awesome.

Daily Dose: 10/6/17

Jeremy Lin’s ‘dreads’ create a stir

5:02 PMIn the year of our Lord 2017 if you’re having a baby, it is your social media obligation to tell the world about it in a fun, creative and spontaneous way. In the past few years, as a party genre, gender reveals have become a huge hit, and the cottage industry around them is booming. Some people use cakes, some people use smoke bombs. After all, it’s a big deal.

Also gaining popularity in the sports world, particularly with college teams, are surprise videos where a key piece of information — like, say, getting a full scholarship — is celebrated by the entire team. They’re fun, they’re real, and in a world where so many things are staged stunts, they’re refreshing.

The latest, from Anthony Llosa, a member of the University of Ave Maria football team, manages to combine both.

https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/917439608979308550/video/1

Everything about this is awesome.

All Day Podcast: 10/5/17

Dwyane Wade’s personal chef and NIKExNBA

5:02 PMIn the year of our Lord 2017 if you’re having a baby, it is your social media obligation to tell the world about it in a fun, creative and spontaneous way. In the past few years, as a party genre, gender reveals have become a huge hit, and the cottage industry around them is booming. Some people use cakes, some people use smoke bombs. After all, it’s a big deal.

Also gaining popularity in the sports world, particularly with college teams, are surprise videos where a key piece of information — like, say, getting a full scholarship — is celebrated by the entire team. They’re fun, they’re real, and in a world where so many things are staged stunts, they’re refreshing.

The latest, from Anthony Llosa, a member of the University of Ave Maria football team, manages to combine both.

https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/917439608979308550/video/1

Everything about this is awesome.

Daily Dose: 10/5/17

Terrelle Pryor says Chiefs fans yelled racial slurs

5:02 PMIn the year of our Lord 2017 if you’re having a baby, it is your social media obligation to tell the world about it in a fun, creative and spontaneous way. In the past few years, as a party genre, gender reveals have become a huge hit, and the cottage industry around them is booming. Some people use cakes, some people use smoke bombs. After all, it’s a big deal.

Also gaining popularity in the sports world, particularly with college teams, are surprise videos where a key piece of information — like, say, getting a full scholarship — is celebrated by the entire team. They’re fun, they’re real, and in a world where so many things are staged stunts, they’re refreshing.

The latest, from Anthony Llosa, a member of the University of Ave Maria football team, manages to combine both.

https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/917439608979308550/video/1

Everything about this is awesome.

Daily Dose: 10/4/17

Kennedy Center creates its first hip-hop season

5:02 PMIn the year of our Lord 2017 if you’re having a baby, it is your social media obligation to tell the world about it in a fun, creative and spontaneous way. In the past few years, as a party genre, gender reveals have become a huge hit, and the cottage industry around them is booming. Some people use cakes, some people use smoke bombs. After all, it’s a big deal.

Also gaining popularity in the sports world, particularly with college teams, are surprise videos where a key piece of information — like, say, getting a full scholarship — is celebrated by the entire team. They’re fun, they’re real, and in a world where so many things are staged stunts, they’re refreshing.

The latest, from Anthony Llosa, a member of the University of Ave Maria football team, manages to combine both.

https://twitter.com/BleacherReport/status/917439608979308550/video/1

Everything about this is awesome.