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January 20th, 2014
09:22 PM ET

Richard Sherman's rant now among the best celebrity flip outs of all-time

Two huge football games this weekend but all anyone is talking about is a post-game interview.

CNN's Jeanne Moos looks back at the best rants of all-time.


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  1. Alex Ber

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    September 23, 2014 at 7:25 am | Reply
  2. Joey at Purdue Univ

    "Not everyone from Compton is a gang member." (Richard Sherman)

    "4. Sherman graduated second in his class in high school and also graduated from Stanford. So not only is he not a fool, odds are he’s smarter than you and me.

    5. His degree from Stanford was in communications … which might explain why, while he seemed to be hollering like a crazy person, he didn’t curse and looked into the camera the whole time.

    8. If you stick a microphone in a football player’s face seconds after he made a huge play to send his team to the Super Bowl, you shouldn’t be surprised if he’s a little amped up.

    14. So: Did you watch the game?" (Tommy Tomlinson, Forbes: "22 Brief Thoughts About That Richard Sherman Interview," 1/19/14)

    That being said, as an Indiana native & Colts fan... go get 'em Peyton. #OmahaOmaha

    January 20, 2014 at 10:24 pm | Reply

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