Insanity Wolf: Sports Edition
You know insanity when see you see it.
No scent betrays it. No one's hands start aching in the afternoon because a big storm of crazy is a-buildin' on the horizon. Insanity walks in the room without warning, screams, "There is no spoon" and stabs you with a crab fork.
The following are a number of facial expressions that blatantly show the instability brewing beneath. They are Insanity Wolf moments in sports, and they bring crazy to the table like a potluck dinner dish.
These people can be quite normal—that is, until the crazy takes hold and the look in their eyes says, "I will feast upon your children's children."
This is a ode to those faces. Those insane, wolfish faces.
Andy Murray seems like a nice guy, but this is the face of a man who is either ordering genocide or realizing HBO Go is down during the True Detective finale.
South Carolina basketball coach Frank Martin doesn't hate all other forms of life, he just looks like he wants you to die in a wheat thresher.
"When my time on earth is gone, and my activities here are passed...I want they bury me upside down, so my critics can kiss my a--." — Bob Knight.
Richard Sherman feels bad about losing his cool with Michael Crabtree at the end of the NFC Championship Game and would like to make it up to him by permanently ruining the wideout's brand.
Is Brian Kelly angry? Or just using his final breath on Earth to cry for human blood?
I'd say it's a coin flip.
“I swear to God I’m f-----g going to take this f-----g ball and shove it down your f-----g throat, you hear that?" — Serena Williams threatening a line judge at the 2009 U.S. Open.
Roger Clemens' broken-bat pickoff move during the 2000 World Series never sat well with Mike Piazza.
Instead of making the wise decision and avoiding this crazy person for the rest of his days, Piazza took the Dragon Ball Z approach and began taking karate lessons to prepare for their inevitable mountaintop showdown.
Year in and year out, Bo Ryan's facial expressions remain the prettiest aspect of Wisconsin basketball.
FOD's Huvr Tech hoax disappointed gullible people everywhere, but the revelation that science hadn't actually developed a floating skateboard hit J.J. Watt the hardest.