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This Impressive Young Man Had His Leg Reattached Backward So That He Could Play Sports Like A Normal Kid With A Backward Leg

When Dugan Smith was 10 years old, doctors discovered a tumour “the size of a softball” in his right leg. He had a rare form of cancer, and he’d need an operation to remove it. Instead of choosing a more standard procedure, The Post Game reports this week, Smith opted for a “rotationplasty,” because he didn’t want to give up baseball:


Notre Dame To Peer Into Quarterbacks' Retinas With HelmetCam

At its first spring practice on Wednesday, the Fighting Irish coaching staff introduced the “HelmetCam”, a tiny camera that attaches to a player’s helmet – Notre Dame used it opposite potential starting quarterback Dayne Crist’s throwing arm – and records his every glance and decision.


1989's Back Again, In A 3D Super Bowl Halftime Show That Blew Bob Costas's Mind

Popdust has unearthed video of the 1989 Super Bowl halftime show, which was, in Bob Costas’s words, “the first ever network broadcast in 3D.” It was also a total shtick-show featuring “Elvis Presto”, dancing ladies, and “the world’s largest card trick”.