MyBriefs celebrates Shark Week (how else?) by exploring sharks in sports. There are almost 400 different species of sharks. And while there aren't quite that many in sports (meaning there is still room for expansion!), there are shark mascots all over the world in every major sport.
From the earliest known professional shark mascot (San Jose's Sharkie, born in 1992) to the legendary Great White Shark golfer, we're diving in to swim with sports' greatest sharks.
You can also bring along a bucket of chum to our Shark Briefs Shop, where you'll find MyBriefs' shark-themed buttons, magnets and more. And signing up with Zazzle Black gets you free shipping, so you may need a bigger boat for your massive haul.
Shark Week with Jerry Tarkanian
Meet a shark who prefers towels instead of chum. The Gab Four dive into UNLV's Shark Tank to swim with Jerry Tarkanian for Shark Week . . . more
Shark Week in Wilmington
Sharks who play soccer? The Gab Four send in crosses to the Wilmington Hammerheads in their annual Shark Week column . . . more
Shark Week in Camden
Hello, Camden! The Gab Four discover a species of baseball-playing Riversharks in their annual Shark Week column . . . more
Power Rankings: Famous Sharks
Is it Jaws, Greg Norman or San Jose's Sharkie? Who is the greatest shark of all? See our Famous Sharks Power Rankings . . . more
Shark Week with Greg Norman
It's the Gab Four's annual Shark Week column, as they pay tribute to the Great White Shark himself, golf's Greg Norman . . . more
How do the Gab Four celebrate Shark Week 2011? With a column about the only sharks known to play Arena Football . . . more
How do the Gab Four celebrate Shark Week 2010? With a column about the only Sharks who are known to play hockey . . . more