This Sunday, America’s most famous race track will hold its annual NASCAR race in Indianapolis, Indiana. Ironically, it’s no longer called “The Brickyard 400.” Instead, the Samuel Deeds 400 at the Brickyard will commence Sunday afternoon, confusing both hardcore NASCAR fans and casual observers alike.
If you’re a fan of a Midwest football team, you may not give a crap about this year’s Super Bowl. So give yourself something to look forward to tomorrow with these three tasty recipe ideas for your Super Bowl party from the Food Network’s Sandra Lee.
Since food plays such a crucial role in your Sunday experience, Lindsey Perkins has compiled an assortment of mouthwatering recipes that are sure to make any Super Bowl party a hit.
I earlier this week I had the opportunity to interview college football legend and former NFL star Warrick Dunn for the latest episode of the Assorted Balls podcast. We spoke with Warrick about a number of subjects, including his participation in the Crown Royal Heroes Project.
This past weekend, nine bloggers partook of the once in a lifetime opportunity to race against Matt Kenseth in a NASCAR at the Richard Petty Driving Experience in Las Vegas. Jon Washburn was one of these bloggers, and he has quite the story to tell.