It’s true. There is an app that allows you to play single-game fantasy football challenges, during the NFL playoffs, for cash! You can download the app and be playing within minutes. You might be skeptical right now, but you won’t after you read this. (Plus, I have a simple way to get you $50 in free bonus bucks to play.)
San Francisco will be the next team with a new stadium, and the franchise recently announced a naming rights deal with Levi Strauss & Co.
Here is a prediction for you: this domain will serve up 21,670,938 more pageviews, and then some, in the coming years. I will love watching it. And I will continue to love contributing to it. But I’ll be doing so a few steps removed from my current role.
Neither school in last night’s title game can really be considered a ‘fresh face’ in the tournament’s final weekend. However, there were a number of players in this year’s Final Four who can be.
Mike Conley struggled to fulfill expectations during his first several years in the league, but over the last three seasons he has settled into being the kind of security system that every good NBA team needs: a solid, steady point guard.
Ari Kaufman and Jon Washburn dissect the topsy-turvy terrain of college basketball with a special edition episode of The Assembly Call. They discuss the Hoosiers, of course, while also touching on the Big Ten as a whole, Butler, the systemic overrating of Duke, and much more.
Yes, this is a sponsored post. It also happens to be awesome, especially if you’re a Breaking Bad fan.
Video: Kaley Cuoco Makes Skee-Lo’s Wishes Come True in Clever Teaser for Toyota’s New Big Game Ad (Sponsored)
Watch Kaley Cuoco strut her stuff through a cityscape, granting everyone’s wishes while jamming to Skee-lo’s beloved jam.
We love tailgating, but it is not without its hassles. And some do it better than others, as former NFL player Dhani Jones found out when he took a trip around a recent tailgate.
Roosevelt Jones’ Game-Winner For Butler Over Gonzaga (and Brad Stevens’ Reaction) a Microcosm of Bulldogs’ Greatness
If you, like me, missed Butler’s thrilling last-second victory over Gonzaga last night, take a few minutes to watch the video below. Maybe watch it a few times. What jumps out at you? (Hint: look closer.)
A friend just im’d me with the following message: “I don’t know how your day’s going, but if you reach a point where you need a solid ‘OMG THAT’S BEAUTIFUL’ cry, this is your video.” With a lead-in like that, how could I not stop what I was doing and watch? You should too.
Whether you love the NFL or abhor it – and we have representatives from both camps among our writing staff here at MSF – you have to admit at least this: the NFL produces some of the most breathtaking images in all of sports.
Being a SocialSpark member brought Comfort Zone® products to my attention. It piqued my interest, so I thought it might pique yours as well.
As we told you about a few weeks back, Larry The Cable Guy was traveling to the frozen tundra in Green Bay to watch his beloved Packers and take in some tailgating action. It was all part of the Prilosec OTC Wildberry Wild America Flavor Tour. And in Green Bay, Larry was joined by a football legend who ostensibly knows a thing or two about flavor: former Packers defensive tackle Gilbert Brown.
Needless to say, my Cowboys fan friends here in Dallas were none to pleased with the result of Sunday’s game against Washington. But hey, at least there were fun, tasty snacks to eat and distract from the putrid football!