At the end of March, Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy announced the stops for the eighth annual Packers Tailgate Tour! For those of you who don’t know, the Packers Tailgate Tour is a week-long event where current players, alumni and usually some staff from the front office, Murphy, travel around the state of Wisconsin […]
For the third time this season, the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings will do battle.
And that means it’s time for MSF’s own Packers and Vikings fanatics to duke it via email one last time this season.
There is nothing better in the NFL than a division rivalry game. Ok, so it can get a little better. There is nothing better in the NFL than a division game that features one of the league’s most storied franchises, the Green Bay Packers.
We love a good competition here at MSF. So what fun would it be if we didn’t critique the fuzzy faces of the MSFers participating in Movember? As a neutral bystander and huge advocate of facial hair, Amanda has decided to judge all of the MSF fuzzy faces of Movember!
I am about to take you down a road defining one element of what makes you a grown sports woman (or man too, I suppose). This is a simple, obvious characteristic, yet I have seen grown women violate it many times.
Aaron and State Farm are at it again with another humorous commercial that seems to bring the star quarterback and NFL MVP back to reality.
What’s better than having the NFL MVP as the quarterback on your favorite team? What’s better is watching one of your favorite players star in a commercial for one of your favorite consumer products.
All the teams of the NFC North sit with a record of 1-1. All four of the teams had moments that shined and moments that make us want to pound another beer. Let’s take a look at what we have discovered in the first two weeks.
NFC North Report Special 2012 Predictions Edition: How Will The Packers, Bears, Lions, and Vikings Finish?
Some of your favorite MSF writers and NFC North fans have decided to pretend they know EXACTLY how the season will end and provide an educated guess on who will be at the top of the division when it’s all said and done.
The country’s most talented gymnasts will soon battle for their chance to perform at the 2012 London Olympics and be part of a medal-winning team.
Sixty-six games into the season and the Minnesota Twins sit 8.5 games behind the Cleveland Indians in the AL Central. There is little hope for a 2nd half charge, so Amanda Lawson has turned her attention elsewhere to find joy and meaning during the long baseball summer.
It seems like just yesterday we were watching the young, bubbly Johnson triumph on the US Olympic Gymnastics Team while charming the hearts of American fans. Sunday, after months of training, Shawn Johnson announced her retirement from gymnastics.
What happens when MSF writers get together for a baseball game? Amanda shares a picture diary of last weekend’s events in Milwaukee. Let the shenanigans begin!
Welcome back to another season of Beginning Baseball! Yes, Amanda is aware the season started in April, and this ‘welcome back to baseball’ is overdue. She explains her tardy arrival and how she is making sense of the Twins struggles in 2012.
The NFC North Report is back to dissect the draft, and give you a little insight on the future of your favorite team. Looking for 2012 season and Super Bowl predictions? This isn’t ESPN. We are going to break down the players and explain their significance (or insignificance) to each team.