Seattle fans are known as some of the loudest in football, consistently setting volume records at their stadium.
But can they be quiet... for $5,000?
Fox Sports challenged a group of Seattle Youth Football supporters to watch the NFC championship game in complete silence. If they could watch the entire game without cheering, they would win $5,000 for their youth football program.
Water + Starch = Walking on Water.
A bank in Malaysia figured a publicity stunt involving "oobleck," a Non-Newtonian Fluid, was just the thing it needed to boost its image online.
Naturally, a dance party, and the occasional near drowning, commences.
This one hasn't gone viral, but is getting a lot of attention.
Lexington Medical Center near Columbia made a Christmas commercial featuring its staff singing "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen," and it is drawing rave reviews from the community.
The State wrote an article on the local phenomenon.
Again, it's nowhere near 10 million views, but it's worth a look.
Jean Claude Van Damme's gift for doing the splits is well documented, whether in the movie Bloodsport, or in a recent commercial for Volvo.
A lot of people do the splits, far fewer do it while suspended between two moving semi trucks.
And then there's the TV star who tries to top it while standing on two rolling carts. Let's just say he fails.
Doesn't everyone love the classic "long pass over the middle, ball stripped, defense recovers, receiver strips ball from fumble returner, then returns the second fumble for a touchdown" play?
Apparently Sacred Heart does.
Remember that time the Ohio State marching band was featured in this space for its video game halftime show? It's back.
On Saturday, the band did a show featuring movie music, and animated it. Superman flies out of a phone booth to prevent a building collapse. The Lord of the Rings eye. Harry Potter flies on a broom. Dinosaur from Jurassic Park eats some guy.