Posts containing “football”

Sportico published a great article this month that should really drive home just how much American football dominates television broadcasting right now. NFL Swallows TV Whole, With 93 of Year’s Top 100 Broadcasts details the stranglehold the NFL has on the country’s advertisers. And three of the remaining top 100 were college games! So really 96 out of 100 broadcasts last year were football.

Football for the Troops

“A government shutdown means overseas troops could miss baseball playoff games and favorite NFL Sunday showdowns…” Stars and Stripes Regardless of how you feel about Obamacare or Congress or the President, you’ve got to admit it’s absurd that our armed forces should be denied the privilege of watching sporting events during the shutdown. If you’re

Football Feeds

If you’re a football fan with a feed reader, you should be following the following: General Smart Football (rss) Every Day Should Be Saturday (rss) Friends of the Program (rss) Heisman Pundit (rss) ProFootballTalk (rss) Gators TimTeblog (rss) Swamp Things (rss) SB Nation (rss) The Bull Gator (rss) Dooley’s Desk (rss) Rivals.com Gator News (rss)

On Football

As I get older I find it increasingly difficult to explain my love of football. You’d think that the opposite would be true, that I would find it easier to tell people how wonderful it is as I understand the game more. But that is simply not the case. I follow Stewart Mandel on Twitter

NCAA Football 10: Review

NCAA Football 10: Review

A review of the latest EA Sports NCAA College Football video game

Florida Gator Football Twitter Accounts

Florida Gator Football Twitter Accounts

Here are all of the University of Florida Gator football Twitter accounts I could find:

Florida Gators 2009 Football iCal Schedule

Florida Gators 2009 Football iCal Schedule

Update: Visit collegefootballcalendar.net to subscribe to the latest college football schedules! Apple iCal users: You can once again easily subscribe to the Florida Gators 2009 Football iCal Schedule! And I can’t promise anything, but Windows Outlook users might be able to subscribe with this link, or by using the link on the GatorZone schedule page.

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bartender.live

A few years ago I was trying to determine what cocktails I could make with the alcohol I had at home. I searched the App Store but couldn't find an app that would let me do that, so I built one.

Hemingway

You can read dozens of essays and articles and find hundreds of links to other sites with stories and information about Ernest Hemingway in The Hemingway Collection.