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 visiting communities and fans. All the money raised goes to a non-profit organization that gives back to the community.
For the third time this season, the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings will do battle. But this time the winner progresses to the next level of NFL playoffs.
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.
November is a month known for many things, including Thanksgiving, famous Thanksgiving Day football, deer hunting season, No Shave November, etc.
I am sure many of our readers have heard of Movember, too.
Movember is all about growing a mustache/beard (or whatever your face can manage to sprout) and most importantly, raising awareness and money to support initiatives for combating prostate cancer and testicular cancer. This year, your favorite contributors from Midwest Sports Fans decided to start a team and support this selfless cause.
You learn more about the team here.
Now we love good competition here at MSF. So what fun would it be if we didn’t critique these fuzzy faces? As a neutral bystander and huge advocate of facial hair, I have decided to judge all of the MSF fuzzy faces of Movember!
There is a thing called “growing up” that many of us go through…although not all of us reach that grown up stage.
How many times have you believed that you knew it all only to find out that you’re still not the sharpest tool in the tool shed? For me, it happens about every six months.
While we will never know it all, we mature and become more weathered individuals of society. This is what I like to call “Becoming a Woman” or “Becoming a Man” or whatever boot fits.
This maturing step applies to developing sports fans too.