Super Bowl XLVIII
The Super Bowl may have been a nightmare for fans who actually attended the game but federal agents saved the lives of 16 kids who were being pimped out as party favors for sports biggest event.
Diddy may have had one of the most extravagant commercials on the Super Bowl but believe it or not, that type of party happened in real life last night.
Super Bowl XLVIII is finally over and while many still question the decision to have the big game in a cold-weather city like New York, other issues sprung up over the weekend as well. From the unavoidable corporate takeover in Times Square to snarled transit systems, fans and visitors suffered a fair amount of struggle […]
Super Bowl XLVIII may have been a largely a one-sided affair, due in part to the victorious Seattle Seahawks making small work of the Denver Broncos. After the game, however, a man decided to make the postgame news conference his place to speak on 9/11 theories during MVP Malcolm Smith‘s presser.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said Friday (January 31) that the Washington Washington Football Team team name is supported by Native Americans. Goodell later said during his time at the podium that the controversial name should be seen as a noble gesture.
Seattle Seahawks running back Derrick Coleman recently shared with the world the hardships he faced in becoming the first legally deaf NFL player.
Where as his defensive counterpart Richard Sherman is more talkative on-and-off the field than a drug dealer on A&E, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch continues to be antithesis when it comes to verbal communication with reporters. His noncooperation was sound profound in fact, he was fined $50K by the NFL at the top of […]
Racists and bigots everywhere will have no choice but to be subjected to the interracial harmony displayed by Cheerios come this Super Bowl Sunday.
If there is one thing football fans and non-fans can agree on come Super Bowl Sunday, it’s that the commercials generally make up for a huge chunk of the entertainment.
Bud Light, the official beer sponsor of the National Football League, and gaming company EA Sports have announced a 3-day, 1-night concert lineup for the Super Bowl XLVIII weekend. Kicking things off for the Bud Light Hotel New York concerts will be The Roots and their “The Roots Present Hip-Hop NYC” event, featuring a pair […]