Rowdy sports fans interrupt silent tributes to the victims of the Paris terrorist attacks.
The comics create porn-themed soccer rules and learn about a Tinder update.
An expert helps Nathan decide which young athletes are worthy of endorsement deals.
Daniel subjects his staff to a wholly unhygienic teamwork exercise.
"Minions" star Jon Hamm makes travel plans with Jon and weighs in on the Women's World Cup.
The comics rename Hillary Clinton's playlist, mock a soccer mascot and cook up gross fair food.
The panelists debate whether female athletes are less exciting than their male counterparts.
A soccer ball reacts to the FIFA scandal, and a football gets competitive about corruption.
The U.S. charges FIFA officials with corruption, and Starbucks baristas play their personal music.
Republicans take a timely approach to climate change, and author Steven Johnson visits The Report.
Does a baseball player sliding into second base get a face full of ass or lose his pants?
A group of very bored people takes part in a life-size game of foosball.
Stephen reflects on some of the most thrilling and terrifying aspects of the 2014 World Cup.
Joe Kernen demonstrates how soccer injuries play out on the field.
Keira Knightley responds to a sore subject: England's World Cup loss.
In a run-off election, Republican Thad Cochran narrowly defeats his Tea Party opponent.