When you tune into ESPN, you expect to see professional sports. You know, things like Baseball, basketball, football, soccer, auto racing, tennis. But cornhole? The lawn game we all play with a beer in one hand? On ESPN? Comedian Bob Marley didn't understand what was going on when he tuned into ESPN 2 over the Memorial Day weekend to find cornhole competitions.

If you've never played cornhole, my question for you is where is the rock you've been living under? It's kind of like horseshoes or even lawn darts if you remember playing those before they were outlawed because they are giant darts you threw into the air. It would be hard to get injured playing cornhole though, unless you had one two many beers.

Teams of two take turns throwing beanbags at an angled board with a hole in it. The object is to get your beanbag in the hole. Teams score three points if it gets in the hole and one point if it stays on the board without being knocked off by an opponents bean bag.

It's a fun game, but apparently it's taken pretty seriously. So much so that ESPN 2 shows the Cornhole World Championship and Bob Marley doesn't know why.