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A.J. Styles

He will cramp your Styles but he likes to be called AJ, when he wins the WWE Championship against Roman Reigns. Go »

Aaron Hernandez

This tight end was drafted by the Patriots in 2010, but now he has a lifetime engagement with the Massachusetts Department of Corrections. Go »

Aaron Rodgers

Brett who? Cheeseheads love their current quarterback. Go »

Abby Wambach

She would love to have flashed forward through her recent head injury. Go »

Adam Vinatieri

This kicker, who has worn blue for teams in the northeast and midwest, is old enough to have seen the seventh Super Bowl, which is almost as many Super Bowls as he has played in. Go »

Adam Wainwright

He's number 1 in his family, but when playing cards, he's 50. He does everything wright, nothing wrong. Go »

Adrian Peterson

Don't hurt yourself running back here with the answer. Go »

Ahmad Bradshaw

His college career almost ended when police caught him running back home from an underage drinking party. Go »

Akbar Gbaja-Biamila

You can't pronounce his name, but he can pronounce you a great ninja. Go »

Albert Pujols

This season, this goo has gotten the wings that he deserves. Go »

Alex Bilodeau

This skier from Montreal won a gold medal, but he's still not the most inspirational member of his family. Go »

Alex Rodriguez

Don't stop short of third base if you research this often-traded goo. Go »

Alexander Rusev

He's well known for being a Bulgarian asshole. If you can't get this goo, he will crush you in Florida with the Accolade. Go »

Allen Coage

If you saw this wrestler in a dark alley, would he be bad news bears? Go »

Allen Iverson

You'll find the Answer to this scandalous goo in Denver, if he shows up to play. Go »

Allyson Felix

For this Californian sprinter, quickness is next to godliness. Go »

American Pharoah

You can spell better than this horse, but you can't win the Triple Crown like he can. Go »

Andre Agassi

This golden slammer was popular with and without hair, and with and without shirt. Go »

Andrew Luck

If the Colts want to make it to the Super Bowl this year, they're going to need a lot of their quarterback's last name. Go »

Anna Kournikova

This only thing this Russian is married to is the sport of tennis. Go »

Annika Sörenstam

Luckily, it doesn't take a champion player to know one. Go »

Antonio Brown

He may be the best in his position but this one-time dancer did not finish in the top 3. Go »

Apolo Ohno

Whether in the skate rink or on reality shows, his opponents say his last name when they see him. Go »

Archie Griffin

This college athlete was the only person to win the grand daddy trophy of them all twice. Go »

Arnold Palmer

Technically, he's not an alcoholic beverage. Technically, he's a living legend of golf who dominated the sport from 1955 to 2004. Go »

Ashley Fiolek

played silently in the dirt Go »

Austin McHale

One of Ireland's fastest motorists is a champion just like his namesake. Go »

Babe Ruth

This record-setting slugger turned Red Sox fans into crybabies. Go »

Babe Ruth

The Yankees were a high-scoring success in the Roaring Twenties thanks to this popular hitter, who may or may not have inspired a candy bar made with peanuts, caramel, nougat, and chocolate. Go »

Bam Bam Bigelow

This pro wrestler was known for his enormous girth and his love of flame patterns. He was not known for being the son of Barney and Betty Rubble. Go »

Barry Bonds

Statistics and steroids may have made him a Giant, but he hasn't forged lasting bonds with fans. Go »

Barry Sanders

You'd better start running back to Detroit if you're going to retire. Go »

Ben Roethlisberger

Satirists wonder if this athlete will steal headlines next season by refusing to wear his helmet during games. Go »

Ben Zobrist

This gorilla-like player has been World Series royalty twice, once in Kansas and once in Illinois. Go »

Bill Belichick

learning from the enemy isn't exactly patriotic Go »

Bill Belichick

This coach would love a record fifth win at the Super Bowl even more than he loves his country. Go »

Bill Walton

This retired Celtic's legacy includes frequent foot injuries, color commentary for ESPN, and playing with the Grateful Dead. Go »

Billie Jean King

The best lesbian tennis player ever. Who's the king? Go »

Billie Jean King

Winning Pong should be easy for a woman who defeated Margaret Court, Martina Navratilova, and Bobby Riggs. Who's the king? Go »

Billy Beane

Moneyball was about the triumph of bean-counters in athletics, like this man. Go »

Billy Marsden

This Bostonian's Catholicism is central to his success. Go »

Björn Borg

retirement is futile Go »

Blake Bortles

This Floridian QB knows his way around a Fiesta. Go »

Bob Bowlsby

Earlier this year, he became one of the biggest commissioners in sports. Go »

Bob Probert

This goo would fight to help his team win from Detroit to Chicago. Go »

Bob Sheppard

#56, the voice of G-d, #56. Go »

Bob Uecker

This Milwaukeean is synonymous with his sport, despite forays into sitcoms and beer commercials that brought him national fame. Go »

Bobby Knight

This Hoosier coach often forgot the rules of chivalry and let his temper get the better of him. Go »

Bode Miller

The future bodes well for this Olympian if he can keep from getting drunk with fame. Go »

Bonner Bolton

A broken axis didn't keep this cowboy from the boot barn, or the dance floor. Go »

Boo Weekley

Playing disc golf weekly is not this type of golf this Floridian likes to play. With his name, maybe ghost hunting would be a better profession. Go »

Brandi Chastain

Triumph at a game this difficult inspires naked joy. Go »

Brandi Chastain

Some people are just so passionate about soccer that they can't keep their shirts on. Go »

Brandon Ghee

This cornerback's zone coverage is as smooth as butter. Go »

Brandon Marshall

This wide receiver is the first person on Inside the NFL who actually is inside the NFL. Go »

Breanna Stewart

She is Connecticut's most outstanding bean. Go »

Brett Favre

His name might not be easy to pronounce, but whatever his victories, this Wisconsin quarterback has made the record books just by playing the game. Go »

Brian Urlacher

This Midway monster doesn't get defensive when you ask him about Old Spice, Nike, or McDonald's. Go »

Brock Lesnar

If you can't figure out who this beast is, he'll eat, sleep, and maybe break your streak. Go »

Bryce Harper

He was the youngest ever all-star at our National pastime. Go »

Buck O'Neil

This butterfly was overlooked right up to the end. I guess a dollar just doesn't go as far as it used to. Go »

Bud Norris

Houston, we have a problem: He had to go to the largest city in Maryland and is giving you the middle finger. Have a full pitcher of your favorite beer; all I can say is, this goo's for you. Go »

Caitlyn Jenner

The athlete and father formerly known as Bruce would no longer compete in the mens Olympic events. Go »

Cal Ripken, Jr.

He earned the nickname Iron Man long before his 2,632nd consecutive game of baseball. Go »

California Chrome

He won the Kentucky Debry and Preakness Stakes, and like the shiny state that is his namesake, this three-year-old thoroughbred has also won many hearts. Go »

Cam Newton

The Panthers' #1 player seeks glory at Super Bowl 50. Go »

Carey Hart

Few motorcycle extremists are associated with hearts and the color pink. Go »

Carmelo Anthony

After eight years of mining for Nuggets, he returned to his native New York rich in talent. Go »

Catrina Allen

She's on Team Prodigy and has cat-like reflexes when putting. Go »

Champ Bailey

Whether Denver wins or loses the season, their best interceptor is already a champion. Go »

Chan Ho Park

If you see him playing in the park, will he find his way back home? Go »

Charles Barkley

He's a retired former Sun, not a role model. Go »

Charles Wood

How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? A woodchuck would chuck as much wood as a woodchuck could chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood. Go »

Chi-Chi Rodríguez

He's the most accomplished Puerto Rican golfer in history, but he's not the founder of a chain of Mexican restaurants bearing his name. Go »

Chris Bosh

He was a bird of prey until he felt the allure of the heat. Go »

Chris Evert

just as committed to golf and skiing as to tennis Go »

Chris Jericho

Hey, you stupid idiots. You just made the list. Go »

Chris Klug

Duct tape can fix everything but a bad haircut or a bad marriage. It can even fix a broken boot buckle and help this athlete win an Olympic medal. Go »

Chris Paul

This point guard traveled a long way from his native Winston-Salem to a Bel Air mansion. Go »

Chris Sale

If he continues to sell his talent on the field, this condor may just find his team in the World Series. Go »

Chris Webber

This Detroit native overcame a college championship blunder to become one of Philly's star players. Who's the former King? Go »

Christine Nesbitt

This Canadian skater was born in Australia, won a silver medal in Spain, and now lives in London. Go »

Clayton Kershaw

He leaves everything on the pitcher's mound when he plays, but somehow he still has something left to help orphans in Zambia. Go »

Clint Dempsey

His team didn't do so well in the World Cup, but he's still beloved in his native Nacogdoches and his adopted hometown of Seattle. Go »

Coco Crisp

This Native American (in uniform only) outfielder is part of a balanced breakfast. Go »

Colin Baker

When this Irish lad went to Hong Kong to play for the city's oldest club, they probably thought, "Hu is this guy?" Go »

Colin Kaepernick

He's supposed to mine for Super Bowl gold, but he instead struck a vein of pure controversy when he refused to stand for the National Anthem. Go »

Conor McGregor

This tattooed Irishman uses words to weaken his opponents long before his fists get involved. Go »

Cristiano Ronaldo

prominent Portuguese player Go »

Cristie Kerr

it takes #1 to know #1 Go »

Curt Schilling

Tired of criss-crossing the nation to lead teams to the World Series, this pitcher has retired to spend more time playing World of Warcraft. Go »

Cy Young

The winningest pitcher in baseball history, this youthful pitcher peaked in 1901 but his award is still given today. Go »

Daisuke Matsuzaka

Earlier this year, Boston decided it was time to roll the dice on an import. Go »

Dale Earnhardt

He may have earned the heart of fans with his seven championships, but even the Intimidator was mortal in the end. Go »

Dale Earnhardt Jr.

This popular NASCAR driver hopes to carry on his father's legacy for 88 more years. Go »

Dan Marino

Watch out for flying pigskin in southeastern Florida. Go »

Danica Patrick

Just like in a round of the goo game, she knows that how you perform in the opening moments of the Indianapolis 500 can affect whether or not you win. Go »

Daniel Snyder

If you have any snide remarks to make about his football team, keep them to yourself: He's proud of their heritage and he won't have you cheapen their name. Go »

Dante Hall

Do you think he will make it into the Hall of Fame as a Ram, a Chief, or a video game controller? Go »

Dara Torres

Fortunately, to win at the goo game, you don't have to return to the competition five times over 24 years. Go »

Darren Pang

Trying to slip a goal past this ex-hawk would make him announce his retirement by singing the blues. Go »

David Beckham

Other goos have been bent like this formerly British-based footballer. Go »

David Price

It turns out that you can put a price on pitching this good: $19,750,000. Go »

David Sills

Don't sit back and let this teenager hand off the ball, because he would have good skills in Southern California. Go »

Dawn Fraser

When you research champion swimmers, it may dawn on you that this is not Shelley Mann. Go »

Dennis Rodman

How could the league's best defender be so offensive in public? Go »

Derek Fisher

Number 2, 37, and 6, this 5-time champion has played in 229 championship games. Go »

Derek Jeter

The Yankee's all-time hittingest player was not known to be a cheater, despite his last name sounding like it. Go »

Derrick Rose

A knee-injury-prone Chicagoan by any other name would score as sweetly. Go »

Diego Maradona

football's primadonna thinks he's God Go »

Don King

The funny part is, I didn't have to adjust his hair. Who's the king? Go »

Dong Dong

By awarding a gold medal, Olympic judges showed that there's nothing they like better than a bouncing Chinese Dong. Go »

Donovan McNabb

This soaring superstar nearly nabbed a Super Bowl ring one year ago. Go »

Drew Brees

If you think winning the big game is a breeze, you're wrong, but this quarterback pulled it off a few years ago. Go »

Dustin Swinehart

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Dwight Clark

He was not quite the catch as a tenth-round draft pick, but his fingertips enabled his team to win their first Super Bowl three years later. Go »

Dwight Howard

#12's magical skills are no match for Kobe's Lakers. Go »

Dwight King

This left winger is the king of kings in Los Angeles. Who's the king? Go »

Dwyane Wade

After spending most of his career wading around swampy Miami, this unusually-spelled Chicagoan is back in his windy hometown again. Go »

Ed Belfour

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Eddie Fatu

This Samoan might give you a spike to the throat if you piss him off. Go »

Eileen Gascon

This red-headed player spent an entire career playing outfield and second base for Chicago, Peoria, and Grand Rapids. Go »

Eli Manning

This quarterback has long played in his big brother's shadow. This weekend, he'll play in his big brother's stadium. Go »

Ernie Banks

This recently departed Cubbie was so cheerful, he would have taken one look at this goo and said, "Let's play two!" Go »

Ernie Banks

This athlete is number 14 in the Windy City. He'll tell the crowd "let's play two," and you can bank on that. Go »

Evander Holyfield

This born-again athlete has had a career of real ups and downs... and lefts and rights. Go »

Evgeni Malkin

Unlike the flightless birds that are associated with his team, this superstar flew all the way from the Ural Mountains to win championships in North America. Go »

Fernando Tatís

This goo took the ho downtown twice. Go »

Floyd Landis

If this game's prize was a tour of France, you'd see a lot more players accused of illegal doping. Go »

Floyd Little

Denver's tiniest running back Go »

Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

This goo was the biggest champion ever at the grand daddy of them all. Go »

Floyd Mayweather, Jr.

This boxer, one of the best of all time, just retired with his undefeated record intact and his 50th win, against one of the top MMA fighters in the world. Go »

Francesco Totti

He loves his hometown so much, he has played his entire football career playing for the club named after it. Go »

Fred Hemmings

This world champion surfed his way into the state government. Go »

Fred Williamson

He got hammered in his only Super Bowl game, but went on to play roles in M*A*S*H and Starsky & Hutch. Go »

Gabby Douglas

This Virginian brought artistic grace to England. Go »

George Foreman

His endorsement gave sales of a fat-reducing grill a real shot in the arm. Go »

George Steinbrenner

owned New York's most patriotic sports team Go »

Glenn Hall

He's played for three midwestern rivals, and he's so respected at goaltending that they call him "Mr. Goalie," but he's not Darren Pang. Go »

Gracie Gold

This figure skater from Boston won a lot of hearts, but didn't win a medal made of her last name. Go »

Grant Hill

overcoming his injuries has been like climbing one mountain after another Go »

Greg 'The Hammer' Valentine

This tool-themed wrestler was known for nailing his opponents. Go »

Greg Maddux

This retired Las Vegan pursued pitching records with the tenacity of a mad dog. Go »

Hakeem Olajuwon

basketball's best blocker Go »

Harold Reynolds

Who wants a hug? Go »

Harry Caray

Holy cow! This broadcast announcer took generations of Cubs fans out to the ball game. Go »

Heath Bell

Phoenix doesn't have a lot of use for toffee. It was much more successful in San Diego. Go »

Highball Wilson

This pitcher played in the losingest season in baseball history, way back in 1899. Go »

Holley Mangold

She may not have the body of a typical athlete, but she's ready to make her hometown of Dayton (and her brother's teammates in the New York Jets) proud. Go »

Hope Solo

When one of the most outspoken goalkeepers in professional soccer says something to embarrass her teammates or her hometown of Richland, Washington, she makes it clear that she's only speaking for herself alone. Go »

Hulk Hogan

I wonder if the high-school wrestling team let him grow a handlebar mustache and rip open his shirt before every match? Go »

Hulk Hogan

This pro wrestler smashed world records in the WWE and WCW as the inspiration for Hulkamania. Go »

Iouri Podladtchikov

Ever seen an iPod do a flip? YOLO, dude. Go »

Irina Slutskaya

Maybe this champion skater would have better luck against Americans if she didn't change partners so often. Go »

J.J. Watt

This electrifying player embodies a warning to other teams: Don't mess with Texas. Go »

Jackie Joyner-Kersee

I've run out of ideas to throw her off, but our Champion could probably find seven ways to get points with this goo. Go »

Jackie Mitchell

This young southpaw from Tennessee was best known for striking out in succession two of baseball's greatest players, a feat accomplished in just seven pitches. Go »

Jake LaMotta

Wrath helped this bullish boxer pummel his perceived enemies inside and outside the ring. Go »

Jake LaMotta

This New York athlete has broken records like a bull in a china shop. Go »

James Harden

He skyrocketed to popularity because he's one of the best shooting guards in the NBA, not because of his beard. Go »

Jan Stephenson

Why does a foreigner think the LPGA should limit the number of foreign members? Go »

Jan Ullrich

It's easy to lose your edge during the off season, but you'd have to be a dope to end your playing career any other way. Go »

Jeanette Lee

She's called the Black Widow because she has something deadly in her pocket. Go »

Jeanie Buss

She loves her California basketball team so much, she's engaged to marry one of its winningest coaches. Go »

Jeff and Matt Hardy

These guys play hardcore when they step into the square circle. What made these North Carolina boyz famous were tables, ladders, and chairs, oh my! Go »

Jeff Saturday

After packing up his bags on the weekend, this center moved to Indiana after he retired. Go »

Jen Welter

She just broke a Cardinal rule about gender in the NFL. Go »

Jeremy Lin

Can you turn into an overnight success story like this Ivy Leaguer? Go »

Jerome Mathis

Wife-beating and unkempt pit bulls earned this wide receiver some Texan justice. Go »

Jerry "The King" Lawler

This royal athlete went from pinning opponents in the ring to being pinned at a microphone outside of it. Who's the king? Go »

Jesse Owens

This winner of four gold medals, and onetime fastest man in the world, outran Hitler's claims of Aryan supremacy. Go »

Joe Flacco

This Super Bowl MVP is able to throw footballs so that they fly through the air like a certain dark bird. Go »

Joe Maddon

This vigilante down by the bay in Tampa has an issue with pitchers throwing at his cubs for no reason. Go »

Joe Montana

This retiree's commercial endorsements were aided by a smile as big as the state he's named after. Go »

Joe Namath

The Jets retired this quarterback's jersey, but his Broadway career wasn't as successful. Go »

Joe Paterno

This old lion isn't out of tricks yet. Go »

John Calipari

Born in 1959, he figured he wanted to be a wild cat. But in 2015, he was stopped short of being perfect. Writing a book made him bounce back. Go »

John Cena

This legendary WWE champion has gone 12 rounds in Hollywood. Go »

John Daly

Not a day goes by that he doesn't regret sharing a nickname with a donut and a pirate. Go »

John Elway

The only way to throw a football in Denver is the El. Go »

John Madden

It didn't take much for video game players to get on the bus with this famous player, coach, and commentator. Go »

John Matuszak

Winning two Super Bowls was great and all, but kids in the 80's remember this former defensive end as a lovable, slow-moving creature. Go »

John Sterling

Even an A-Bomb can't keep his voice off theuuuuuuuh airwaves. Ballgame over! Go »

John Wall

There are many famous walls in the city that he plays for, including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Korean War Memoral, and he's one of them. Go »

Johnny Manziel

You'd expect a guy nicknamed Johnny Football to work harder to stay in that sport. Go »

Jonathan Ogden

since his 2008 retirement, he has played football nevermore Go »

Jonathan Quick

Do you think you can shoot and score fast before he can royally block your shot? Go »

Jordyn Wieber

Her team victory proves that she didn't come all the way to London from a small town in Michigan to let disappointment over a solo disqualification stop her. Go »

José Canseco

This Cuban heavy hitter got even heavier after he got juiced. Go »

José Fernández

Miami mourns its missing Marlin, mortally maimed by marine misfortune. Amid the MLB's meritocracy of muscle, he made managers mind his manifest mastery of the mound in the middle. Go »

JuJu Smith-Schuster

Not just another John Smith, this Pittsburgh wide receiver may make it to Dancing with the Stars someday. Go »

Justin Hampson

After a rocky start, this goo game player now pitches in San Diego. Go »

Justin Woods

Once this running back makes it to the NFL, he'll have a feeling he's not in Kansas any more. Go »

Justine Henin

This Belgian hates defeat so much, she refuses to be second to any one. Go »

Kaká

Many top footballers think they're the shit. This midfielder for Real Madrid might actually be. Go »

Karrie Webb

Having eight legs must daunt her opponents. Go »

Katarina Witt

East Germany struck Olympic gold with this ice princess. Go »

Katie Ledecky

This DC-born swimmer with a golden smile has swum 800 meters faster than any other American. Go »

Katie Taylor

After her gold medal yesterday, her proud homeland was ready to call her "mo cuishle." Go »

Kelly Slater

How many surfers do you know who turned rodeo clowns? Go »

Ken Carter

Samuel L. Jackson, basketball coach, grades come first Go »

Ken Griffey, Jr.

He kept baseball in Seattle and has come within five names of Barry Bonds, but he's forever be Junior. Go »

Kevin Durant

A meteorological phenomenon provides both the name of his team and the title of the children's film that he starred in. Go »

Kevin Garnett

Boston needed a big bad wolf Go »

Kevin Glenn

This BLUE goo would love to lead his team to a championship, eh? Go »

Kim Bain-Moore

There's something fishy about her opponents griping about exclusion from the WBT. Go »

Kim Yu-Na

Many teenagers think they're the best in the world, but few have a forum as big as the Olympics to prove it. Go »

Kimbo Slice

This fighter, boxer, and occasional actor is known for cutting his opponents down to size. Go »

King Booker

All hail this champion of champions. Who's the king? Go »

King Kong Bundy

Don't even try to wrestle this big ape. Who's the king? Go »

Kirby Puckett

his famous eleventh-inning hit in game six kept the Series going Go »

Knute Rockne

You'd have to be stoned to think you can boss around a president. Go »

Kobe Bryant

This Los Angeleno steaked his claim as one of the greatest teenage players of all time. Go »

Kristi Yamaguchi

In the early nineties, no one was more golden than this icy athlete. Go »

Kurt Angle

This American Hero is known for winning Olympic medals and being part of the WWE HOF "class of 2017." One thing you better not do is piss him off or he will deliver the ankle lock and the Angle Slam. Go »

Kurt Warner

The cardinal rule of any Super Bowl is to win, as this MVP knows from ramming it into his former teammates' brains. Go »

Kyrie Irving

This basketball champ believes that the Earth is flat, despite moving to America from the furthest possible country on the opposite side of the planet. Go »

Ladislao Kubala

Although he played for three different national teams, this Eastern-European soccer star never played a game in the World Cup finals. Go »

Lamar Odom

He's both a former NBA champion and a former Mr. Kardashian. Go »

Lance Armstrong

I bet that beating the other players would be tougher than beating cancer if this game's prize was a tour of France. Go »

Lance Armstrong

He triumphed over other cyclists year after year in France and even beat cancer, but doping allegations eventually dragged him down. Go »

Lance Mackey

The Iditarod is full of competitors so tough they'd cut off their finger just to spite their throat. Go »

Larry Hughes

For three decades now, this player has prepared to become the anti-Jordan. Go »

Layne Beachley

Would the winningest female surfer in the world have gone into golf instead if her name was Grassley? Go »

Le'Veon Bell

There's nothing bell-shaped about the curves this running back takes on the field. Go »

LeBron James

Maybe it's his cavalier attitude that makes him not mind playing small forward despite being named "the brawn." Go »

LeBron James

He can't stand something, so he's getting out of the kitchen, just like he once got out of Cleveland. Go »

Lefty Gomez

This goofy fastballer knew that there was more to winning a game than just being a good player. Go »

LeGarrette Blount

Getting suspended for the season would blunt your chances and feel like a punch to the chops. Go »

Les Miles

This football coach is crazy about the caps sold by his Southern university, but that's not why people call him the Mad Hatter. Go »

Li Na

China's grandest Go »

Lilly King

She struck gold in the water in Rio. Who's the king? Go »

Lindsay Davenport

The tournament has begun! It's time to get off the couch and start playing. Go »

Lindsey Jacobellis

More people go off-track with Visa. Go »

Lindsey Vonn

This round is all downhill from yesterday's goo. Go »

Liu Xiang

Chinese men apparently didn't have much experience jumping over things until this athlete came along. Go »

Lorena Ochoa

Guadalajarans go ga-ga for this golfing goo. Go »

Lou Albano

He's been a professional wrestler, a video-game plumber, a rubber-band enthusiast, and Cyndi Lauper's dad. Go »

Luis Suárez

His teammates promised to take him out for a bite to eat after the game, but he just couldn't wait. Go »

Lyn St. James

This Indy 500 rookie always plays as the racecar. Go »

Mackenzie Brown

Oh no! Do you think you could be a hitter against this once-perfect 12-year-old brown-noser? Go »

Madison Brengle

She has won five singles tournaments and five doubles tournaments, but she hasn't enumerated that many rights in law. Go »

Magic Johnson

This athlete's magical career in Los Angeles came to a sudden end with his HIV infection. Go »

Manny Pacquiao

Some little athletes pack a lot of punch. Go »

Manny Ramirez

This goo has can't dodge controversy forever for being this goo. Go »

Manti Te'o

Ronaiah Tuiasosopo's prank on this Notre Dame player got many people #teoing. Go »

Manu Ginóbili

When he plays for his native Argentina, he is proud that his basketball career has been one big flop after another. Go »

Manute Bol

His height made him one of the NBA's all-time best shot blockers, so it's ironic that his first name made him sound tiny. Go »

Maria Sharapova

Make a loud, sudden scream when you guess this top-ranked Russian. Go »

Mario Lemieux

Lymphoma couldn't keep this Pittsburgh champ's career on ice. Go »

Marion Jones

She won a five medals around the world in Sydney, but had to give them all back when controversy erupted here at home. Go »

Mark Teixeira

This brave ranger is so successful as a switch hitter that he became the switch hittingest player in a single season (in RBIs). Go »

Marshawn Lynch

Beast Mode was disabled for good earlier this year when Seattle's taciturn running back announced his retirement. Go »

Martina Hingis

Named for Navratilova, this arrogant Czech was the youngest female #1 in the world. Go »

Martina Navrátilová

This champion volleyer is almost as well known for slamming social norms as she is for slamming opponents. Go »

Mary King

This British rider is competing in her sixth Olympics at the age of 51. Who's the king? Go »

Mary Lou Retton

Some Olympic athletes are known for all-around excellence. Others are known for supporting Ronald Reagan and appearing on Wheaties boxes. Go »

Matt Peckham

This leftie disc golf master from Rock Hill, winner of (just) over 50 tournaments in his professional career, has innova-ted new designs in the sport. Go »

Matt Williams

If you run through third base, you will be laying on the mat. Go »

Max Biaggi

This 2010 world champion is known in motorcycle racing as the Emperor. Go »

Meb Keflezighi

It's about time this competition was won by a local. Go »

Megan Rapinoe

America's hopes for a world championship rest in part on this midfielder, who is the only player to score an Olympic Goal in an actual Olympics. Go »

Melissa Anderson

I didn't know professional wrestling had cheerleaders. Go »

Melky Cabrera

Even out in death valley, he always delivers in sterling fashion. Go »

Mia Hamm

I've got to get me a ham. Go »

Michael Buffer

When men hear the rumbling start, they put their hands in the air. Go »

Michael Jordan

Now that he's retired, the air above basketball courts is safe again. Go »

Michael Jordan

soared high over Chicago Go »

Michael Oher

Nobody saw success coming for this future NFL star. Go »

Michael Phelps

This worldly swimmer is within spitting distance of a famous record this year. Go »

Michael Sam

In May, this tiger could become the the first openly gay professional in his sport. Go »

Michael Schumacher

One formula for success in any sport is the drive to be a world champion, especially five consecutive times. Go »

Michael Vick

Recently, this quarterback has been dogged by a lot of bad newz. Go »

Michelle Kwan

This young silver shell cuts a nice figure. Go »

Michelle Wie

This wee little golfer has already racked up impressive scores before her career even launches. Go »

Mick Foley

Cactus Jack, Dude Love, and Mankind all have this one-eared wrestler in common. Go »

MIguel Cabrera

He's the only modern player who gets to wear three crowns. Go »

Miguel Tejada

Don't stop short of the answer if you research this Dominican goo. Go »

Mike Tyson

Lend him your ear and he'll show you his Punch-Out!! Go »

Mike Veeck

Disco music may be seen as just plain bad by some (including this promotional director), but bad enough to cause a baseball team to forfeit a game? Go »

Mike Yeo

Being the head coach of the Wild for 5 years and then taking over coaching duties for the Blues and taking them to the Playoffs and playing against your former team might be a little problem. This coach could be the one to take them to the Stanley Cup. Go »

Mo'Ne Davis

This adolescent threw 8 XXXXXXXXs and solving this will be a challenge for you. You might want to accept this goo's challenge, because a professional dodger is going to do the challenge. Go »

Muhammad Ali

The term Clay Fighter has different meaning for this mover and shaker. Go »

Muhammad Ali

He wasn't called The Greatest just because he was good at the sport where he floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee. Go »

Nadia Comaneci

In 1976, this Romanian became the first 10.0 gymnast in Olympic history. Go »

Nancy Kerrigan

I'm not the first person to try to rearrange this icy athlete's anatomy. Go »

Nick Saban

College football fans loyal to Sweet Home Alabama have much to love about this championship-winning coach. Go »

Nolan Ryan

Does he have the all-time strikeout record for his high school baseball team? Go »

Novak Djokovic

This Serbian tennis champ is celebrity goo #3333, but he's #1 to his fans. Go »

Ole Einar Bjørndalen

This record-smashing Norwegian just retired after acquiring more gold to wear around his neck than Mr. T. Go »

Olivia Prokopova

This Czech native is a big fish in a little pond. Go »

Omar Figueroa

This little panther from Texas is the current lightweight champion of the world. Go »

Orlando Cepeda

This goo did the cha cha cha like a baby at Wally's World. Go »

Oscar Pistorius

This athlete created high controversy for answering the charge, "Let's run." Go »

Oscar Taveras

Being 18 out of 54 cards in a deck was pretty good, until the deck came crashing down by accident in October 2014. Go »

Owen Hart

every hero eventually falls Go »

Pat Summitt

No coach in the association has yet topped this one's records. Go »

Patrick Ewing

This athlete must have a wing to get so close to the basket he can knick it. Go »

Pau Gasol

This one-time Grizzly and Laker now brings his Spanish speed to Chicago. Go »

Paul Casey

This British athlete is one of the top golfers in the world, and his wife is known for loving gadgets. Go »

Paul McBeth

This Californian is famous for throwing a Frisbee fewer times than any other man in the world. Go »

Paul Tracy

This Canadian driver is Kool under pressure. Go »

Pelé

He was FIFA's only three-time champion. Who's the O' Rey? Go »

Percy Harvin

born in Virginia, schooled in Florida, well-received in Minnesota Go »

Pete Rose

Being caught red-handed by gambling allegations have kept this record-breaking hitter from ascending to true baseball fame. Go »

Pete Weber

This kegler, who followed in his father's footsteps in the talent arena, could be less flamboyant and rebellious in the sport and more like his dad, who was regarded as the first superstar and ambassador of the game. Go »

Peter Clentzos

This Olympian wanted his team to make the most of their time, not vocalize their admiration towards beautiful women. Go »

Peyton Manning

Hoofing your way into the big game is easy with this football scion manning the offense. Go »

Phil Jackson

He made Chicago very happy six times, and Los Angeles very happy five times. Now he's in a position to make New York very happy, but he already did that twice back in the seventies. Go »

Phil Mickelson

This famous southpaw has won three of golf's four major championships, but off the green he's better known for arthritis medication commercials and accusations of insider trading. Go »

Plaxico Burress

This NFL giant is his right thigh's own worst enemy. Go »

Rachael Flatt

from her top to her feet, she's tired of being mistaken for Kim Yu-Na Go »

Rafael Nadal

who's the king of clay? Go »

Rakeem Christmas

Oh my, did Santa come early for this athlete? Because instead of wearing any more orange, he got a Pacers jersey for a gift. But first he'll have to earn the right to wear it. Go »

Ralph Milliard

H4s 4nyb0dy 0uts1d3 0f th3 N3th3rl4nds m3t th1s f1shy s3c0nd-b4sem4n? Go »

Randall Simon

If he could only have hit baseballs as well as sausages he'd be in the Hall of Fame. Go »

Randy Couture

I don't know what French fashion has to do with beating somebody up. Go »

Randy Johnson

If you want to measure the success of this former Mariner, you'd better define it in big units. Go »

Randy Moss

Faster than a rolling stone, this athlete and businessman has gone from catching footballs to racing stock cars. Go »

Randy Moss

born in Virginia, schooled in West Virginia, twice received in Minnasota Go »

Ray Guy

This guy is the first of his kind in the hall of fame. Go »

Ray King

Oh what a relief it is to catch a pitch from this Milwaukee native. Who's the king? Go »

Ray Lewis

Anyone who can guess this alleged murder conspirator is a goo MVP. Go »

Rebecca Lobo

The wolf of liberty wins gold in hoops. Go »

Richard Sherman

Seattle's superstar is the best cornerback in the game, especially if you ask him. Go »

Rob Dibble

If you can't get dibs on this goo, would you get Red in the face and throw a big temper tantrum on the field like him? Go »

Rodney Mullen

Though not as high flying as brigade mate Birdman, this impossible Mutt invented more than just a pop. Go »

Roger Clemens

New York has Rockets? Hmm, can they pitch? Go »

Roger Federer

Today is a good day to (still) be #1. Go »

Roger Goodell

The most powerful man in the NFL doesn't set foot on the field. Go »

Ronaldinho

Brazil is very forward about its love for this Porto Alegrean footballer. Go »

Ronaldo

big-shot Brazilian 'baller Go »

Ronda Rousey

This bronze assassin is armed and dangerous. Go »

Ronde and Tiki Barber

One's a pirate in Tampa. The other used to be tall man in New York before retiring, but he's soon to play again. Go »

Russell Westbrook

Despite growing up on the West coast and having a childhood friend die playing the sport, he became a thunderously popular player in the mid-West. Go »

Ryan Lochte

This Rochester native earned America's first gold medal of 2012. Phelps who? Go »

Ryan Lochte

This blue (silver? green?)-haired athlete is likely to be better remembered for a false police report about armed robbery than anything he did in the pool at Rio. Go »

Sammy Sosa

All of Chicago wishes this baby bear had out-hit McGwire in '99. Go »

Sarah Attar

800 meters is a short run for one woman, but great progress for all Saudi Arabian womankind. Go »

Satchel Paige

This pitcher tore paiges out of historical black books. Go »

Se Ri Pak

Since leaving the Korean LPGA, this golfer has pakked a lot of achievement into a relatively short career. Go »

Sebastian Vettel

Winning four world championships must intimidate the other drivers at Pole Position. Go »

Sepp Blatter

The most corrupt commissioner in any major professional sport doesn't want to get into a pissing match with law enforcement agencies who are investigating his organization for corruption. Go »

Serena Williams

Having a planetary sister has helped this serene tennis star gain fame. Go »

Shaquille O'Neal

O, kneel before this diesel-powered player for heated lakes. Go »

Shawn Johnson

For someone barely old enough to drive, she sure knows her way all around a gymnastics competition. Go »

Sheldon Richardson

On the field, he's a powerhouse defensive end, barreling towards you at 140mph. Off the field, he's a reckless stoned driver, barreling through Missouri at 140mph. Go »

Shelley Mann

This swimmer went down under to win a gold medal. Go »

Sheryl Swoopes

Diving, pouncing, and lunging for golden glory have helped this womanizing basketballer streak to success. Go »

Shirley Muldowney

Record-breaking female drivers surely don't need to dress in drag. Go »

Sidney Crosby

He didn't get a silver medal, but he still has that silver cup. Go »

Simone Biles

This all-around champion from Ohio has become a gymnasitc superstar in Rio. Go »

Spencer Haywood

If you haven't yet earned enough points to get into this round's tournament, hey, you could sue to get in. Go »

Steffi Graf

Germany's greatest Go »

Stephen Curry

This warrior's proficiency at scoring three points at a time has accelerated his rise as one of the NBA's all-time best shooters. Go »

Stephen King

tell us a story about a possessed soccer ball that kills people (who's the king?) Go »

Stephen Strasburg

obsessing about his debut was a national pastime Go »

Steve Austin

He's plenty cold, but 316 is not his IQ. Go »

Steve Michalik

Being the most fit man in the universe required a sacrifice of health for vanity. Go »

Steve Prefontaine

premature quietus Go »

Steve Spurrier

Fans of college and pro football alike have enjoyed his coaching of the Bandits, Blue Devils, Gators, Redskins, and Gamecocks, up until this week anyway. Go »

Steve Stone

In the Windy City, if he announced today, would he be stone cold? O hell yeah. Go »

Steven Gerrard

Born and bred a red, a captain of club and country. Go »

Steven Howard

You could Google the name of this monkey hanger striker who plays for a team a bit down the ladder of English football. Or, you could just look back at the top of this theme's ladder and put it all together. Go »

Sugar Ray Leonard

Named for Ray Charles, this boxer tasted sweet victory at the 1976 Olympics. Go »

Susan Butcher

To some Alaskans, dogs are more than just pets, hunters, and potential meat. They're a mode of transportation. Go »

Tara Lipinski

This New York Jets fan may have big ears, but her nickname is another part of her head. Go »

Ted DiBiase

You may not be able to buy a world championship, but this million dollar man could. Go »

Ted Giannoulas

The most influential bird in baseball approaches an uncertain retirement. Go »

Ted Williams

The best batter in baseball might have been better if Uncle Sam hadn't needed him twice. Go »

Terry Francona

He was a big dick after the World Series. Saying "I wish you lost" is not being a good sport. But I think that the Indians should not re-sign this manager. Go »

The Rock

Can you smell what the goo game is cookin'? Go »

The Undertaker

This giant in his sport is known for his deadpan sense of humor. Go »

Tiger Woods

It's ferocious the way this kid attacks the green. Go »

Tiger Woods

This former #1-ranked golfer is back in full swing since an infidelity scandal knocked his career out of bounds. Go »

Tim Duncan

With a last name that sounds like "dunkin'," it's no wonder that this San Antonio player is so good at basketball that he's been an NBA All-Star 15 times. Go »

Tim Hightower

If you can't get past the twenth-fifth, thirty-fourth, or thirty-ninth goos, don't expect to build a tall tower. Go »

Tim Horton

even athletes start the day with coffee and doughnuts Go »

Tim Lincecum

This athlete's super-powers on the mound have nothing to do with his resemblance to the Avengers villain. Go »

Tim Tebow

This goo will say "see you later gator" and move on to the pros, maybe next year. Go »

Tom Brady

Will this patriotic American lead his team to their first defeat of the season at this year's Super Bowl? Go »

Tom Brady

Will this patriotic American avenge his team's first defeat of the season at a very similar Super Bowl? Go »

Tom Brady

If you solve this goo, you can give yourself a pat on the back. You will be called a true American. Go »

Tom King

He hit his opponents so hard, they got seasick. Who's the king? Go »

Tony Banks

If his Rams, Ravens, or Texans coach yelled at him, would he have taken offense? Don't bank on it. Go »

Tony Clubb

It was a harlequin move on my part to keep this card up my sleeve during Dealer's Choice Week. Go »

Tony Conigliaro

All eyes were on this MLB player when his career was cut short, but not before he got red hot and cornered some impressive stats as a young player. Go »

Tony Hawk

The patron saint of skateboarding soars like a hawk. Go »

Tony Romo

He's been one of the best quarterbacks of his era, as long as you don't count the post-season. Go »

Tonya Harding

She cut a hard figure while skating in the Olympics, but not as hard as the weapon that clubbed her opponent's leg. Go »

Torii Hunter

If you're tracking down sports on TV and you can't find it, get the newspaper and check and see if it's on channel #44. If you can't find it there, ask this twin. Go »

Travis Pastrana

You'll do a couple of backflips if you can rally your wits long enought to recognize this extreme champion. Go »

Troy Aikman

Before he lobbed commentary for FOX, he lobbed footballs for Dallas. Go »

Ty Wigginton

March your way down to Miami to find this minor former player releasing 25 marlins. Go »

Tyler Hansbrough

This sticky-heeled player is on pace to become one of the greatest NBA players ever, and it's only his first season. Go »

Tyson Gay

The officials who didn't recognize his 100-meter record are totally homosexual. Go »

Uga

The biggest football fan in Georgia might be the littlest. Go »

Urban Meyer

He was very successful at teaching alligators how to play football, but now he's doing the winning in his native Buckeye State. Go »

Usain Bolt

When you hear a thunderclap in a particular Caribbean nation, it's probably this sprinter breaking another record. Go »

Valentino Rossi

This current and seven-time world champion on two wheels has always used his father's number instead of the #1 he's earned. Go »

Venus Williams

She's awfully young to be a tennis-playing planet. Go »

Vince Lombardi

He led his team to multiple Super Bowl victories despite being color-blind. Go »

Vince Papale

By solving the goo of this bartender who became a pro football player in his thirties, you'll disprove his nickname, which was also the title of the film about his life. Go »

Vinnie Jones

This Welsh footballer is notorious for on-field violence. He was once penalized for a foul just three seconds into a game. Go »

Vladimir Ducasse

bigger than the blind side of an airplane Go »

Wayne Gretzky

This Ontario native is known simply as "The Great One" for his two-decade domination of the sport of hockey, where he played for Edmonton, Los Angeles, St. Louis, and New York. Go »

Wayne Rooney

Once a goo, always a goo. Go »

Wes Welker

Since joining the Patriots, this wide receiver has caught more passes than anyone else in the NFL. Go »

Willie Mays

I said, "Hey!" This Giant of baseball was a 24-time all-star and hit more home runs than almost anyone. Go »

Wilt Chamberlain

This basketballer liked to lay in his bedchamber with many many (many) women, but he didn't exactly wilt in the record books either. Go »

Yadier Molina

This Cardinals catcher wears number 4, but the Cardinals have to offer him a new contract before opening game. Go »

Yao Ming

Yo! Go »

Yogi Berra

This famous catcher and manager didn't inspire Raging Bull, and he definitely didn't steal any pic-a-nic baskets. Go »

Yu Yang

This Chinese player has announced her professional retirement after being disqualified for playing badminton the way some people play Pirate Paradise. Go »

Zab Judah

This welterweight champ doesn't let anyone call him Judas. Go »

Zinédine Zidane

This zestful footballer has zero more chances to zoom and zip across the field. Go »

Žydrunas Ilgauskas

This 7' 3" Lithuanian definitely fit the nickname "Big" Z during his years with the Cavaliers. Go »