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The History of the NFL’s Biggest Game

Posted by Leland On February - 9 - 2016ADD COMMENTS

blogSpanEvery year, the Americal Football Conference (AFC) and the National Football Conference (NFC) division champions of the NFL compete in the most famous championship game, the Super Bowl. The coveted championship game is played on a Sunday at a different stadium each year and it’s the most-watched television sports program event in the U.S. This past weekend, the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos competed in the Super Bowl 50, ending in an upset with the Broncos beating the Panthers 24-10. Continue reading “The History of the NFL’s Biggest Game” »

Tips for Skiiers in Breckenridge, Colorado

Posted by Rebekkah On December - 21 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

winterparkskiOne of the best spots for skiiers this winter is Breckenridge, Colorado. It has one of the most wintery seasons out of other regions throughout the United States. Even in the summer, it’s a hot spot for tourists. The winter season, however, is booming with thousands of tourists who come just for the slopes. If you’re heading out to Breckenridge this season, here are some tips to consider.


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Sunscreen Is Your Skin’s Best Friend

Posted by andreas On March - 12 - 2015ADD COMMENTS

An eye-opening video on what our skin looks like in UV light has gone viral in social media, and it is definitely effective in reminding us of the importance of sunscreen. Although I’m sure it’s not the first time that someone has told you how harmful the sun is to the skin, you might still find yourself getting a tan on the beach or a tanning salon. Besides sunburn, there are more serious consequences that you should be aware of when you’re having too much sun exposure.

So before you take that golf vacation in North Myrtle Beach SC or ski holiday Killington VT, find out why sunscreen is your best friend. Continue reading “Sunscreen Is Your Skin’s Best Friend” »

1918teamThe 2014 World Cup is already under way and the United States sports media is now talking about soccer consistently. Many U.S. pundits and sports experts talk about the United States’ soccer history in the short term. They attribute the lack of soccer’s popularity due to the game’s young history in this nation. But United States soccer history goes back to the origins of sports in America. Continue reading “Bethlehem Steel FC: America’s First Sports Dynasty” »

The Best Quotes of the 2013 College Football Season

Posted by Leland On January - 13 - 2014ADD COMMENTS

After an amazing season of college football, who can help but revel in it a little bit longer? If you are done watching the bowl games over and over, enjoy a few of these quotes which sum up a truly incredible season in college football.

“I thought that was the greatest thing in the world. Not for the football program. For the football coach. He needed a big serving of humility. He’s been Mr. Perfect. He’s been Mr. Arrogant. There’s no reason for that. Every coach all the way down to Little League knows that you cover that field goal.”

— Howard Schnellenberger, a retired coaching legend, on Auburn’s Iron Bowl triumph over Alabama

“I do feel badly for Arkansas. That’s no fun getting your butt beat at home, homecoming and all that.”

–Steve Spurrier, head coach at South Carolina, over their 52-7 win at Arkansas

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Big 10 Championship Game Preview

Posted by Leland On December - 5 - 2013ADD COMMENTS

This weekend, the Michigan State Spartans will face the Ohio State Buckeyes in Indianapolis for the Big 10 Championship game. The stakes are high for both teams, with MSU intent on making their first trip to the RoseBowl in 25 years and the Buckeyes eyeing the national title game. For these two teams, this game means so much more than a trip to Pasadena.

Though OSU comes to the championship game with the longest national running streak and a record-breaking team, MSU has the momentum of an eight game winning streak too. The Spartans’ defense is number one in the country, and is much tougher than anything OSU quarterback Braxton Miller has faced yet.

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15 Best Sports Quotes of All Time

Posted by Alfredo On July - 23 - 2013ADD COMMENTS

BelieveAthletes aren’t always known for their eloquence, but sports have given us some of the most motivational quotes of all time. There’s nothing like beautifully spoken get-pumped-up speeches, pearls of wisdom on the nature of sports, or candid exclamations in the afterglow of victory. It’s no mean feat to compile the best of these quotes, but in the words of Tommy Lasorda, “the difference between the impossible and the possible lies in a man’s determination.”

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Posted by Rebekkah On June - 6 - 2012ADD COMMENTS


You know you love them. So do we. Most importantly, we’re here to write about them. Obsessively and randomly. So tonight we go live and we’re going to discuss the event of the night that Sportscenter will annoy us all to death with for the next few days/weeks/months – the Miami Heat finally winning a title. Ugh.

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