Sunday, February 3, 2013
Here's some facts about Sunday's big game we bet you didn't know, and some more useful information including kickoff time and where to watch the game in Bucks and Montgomery.
Watching the Super Bowl with friends can leave a lot of us feeling like information haves and have-nots. Those of us who have been following the teams, their players and statistics since the day we were born, spend a lot of time shushing the others who keep asking questions during the game such as if there's more guacamole dip in the refrigerator (see Fun Fact #2). Whether you're looking to impress the sports nerds in the room with a few of your own facts, or you're simply a true connoisseur of arguably useless knowledge, here's some fun trivia for you about Super Bowl 2013. Five Fun Facts About the Super Bowl So who will come out with the title? Finally, here's some actual useful knowledge to have heading into Sunday. Who: The Ravens …
Saturday, February 2, 2013
The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers are Super Bowl-bound, who do you want to win Sunday?
If you're a Eagles fan, well, you may still be hiding your shame. If you're a Giants fan – last year's Super Bowl winners – you're probably still shaking your head in disappointment. Either way, the Baltimore Ravens, the American Football Conference champs, will meet the San Francisco 49ers, the National Football Conference champs, in Super Bowl XLVII on Feb. 3. And that presents a dilemma when you are in mourning over your own team's defeat. Who to root for? Which team will you cheer for in the Super Bowl, and why? Tell us in the comments. If you want a little more info before you decide, player information for both teams are attached to this post.
Friday, February 1, 2013
The big game is just days away. Are you ready for some football? You still have time to reserve a seat at one of these parties.
That time of year has come again, and even though one team that is not the Eagles (the San Francisco 49ers) is playing another team that is not the Eagles (the Baltimore Ravens), the Super Bowl still manages to bring out the excitement in both sport and non-sports fans. Between the opening performances, halftime show and the eagerly awaited commercials, the actual game is almost incidental. Of course, no Super Bowl is complete without enjoying the game surrounded by friends, fried foods and free-flowing beer. If you are not interested in handling the organization, preparation and clean-up involved with hosting your own party, there are plenty of options from local restaurants and bars. Just remember to drink responsibly and get home safely…
Friday, February 3, 2012
Here's some ideas from around the web to help you throw the perfect big game bash.
There's just a few short days left until the New York Giants take on the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI, and for some people the excitement of the big game is too much to ignore, no matter which teams are playing. If you are planning to throw your own Super Bowl party, there's plenty of tips and advice available around the Internet. Here's just a few to help get you started. 1.) Setting up: Before the guests arrive, you want to make sure the stage is set for a successful night. There's plenty of decorations and supplies available at Party City. Foxnews.com suggests you ensure that there is enough seating for everybody. If you have multiple televisions, make sure they are all tuned to the game, in case you have spill over to other …
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Do you plan to go out and catch the big game with a large crowd, or are you staying home?
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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Patriots vs. Giants. Pretty much a Philadelphia fan's nightmare Super Bowl matchup. When New England and New York take the field in Indianapolis this Sunday for the 6:30 p.m. kick-off, it's more than likely that a lot of televisions in Warminster will go dark, either by remote control or baseball bat. For those of us that plan to power through the pain and catch the biggest game of the year, we need to know the best place to watch Eli Manning get crushed by the New England defense. What's your criteria for a good sports bar? Cheap drinks, good, greasy bar food, quality televisions, party atmosphere, etc. Or, do you plan to host a Super Bowl party at home, or watch the misery alone on your couch. Take your pick from the choices below, or …
Friday, February 4, 2011
Michael Pronzato’s football photo wins him four tickets to this weekend’s game.
Sports images have a unique way of captivating public attention. Perhaps you remember Kirk Gibson’s World Series homerun sprint, overcoming the pain he was suffering to make it to home base. Or maybe you recall the images of high flying Michael Jordan slam dunking a basketball with his tongue out. The human drama involved in sports easily captures our attention – in person and on film. Quality sports shots are somewhat difficult to come by. Most people have limited access to events to photograph them. The further away you are from the event, the harder it becomes to capture the event in the heat of the moment. Nothing is more intimidating than to be on the sidelines of a football game, focused on a play in the field, when out of the blue…