Posts Tagged ‘football’

Football Themed Wedding Ideas

So the Super Bowl is only a few days away and that means mega food, fun, and family. When planning a wedding you would want the same elements to be present, right? So in honor of the best Football Sunday of them all, I’ve compiled some awesome ideas of how to combine the two: a football themed wedding!  Continue reading “Football Themed Wedding Ideas” »

Who Has the Most Loyal Big Ten Fans?

After the Reddit survey exploded in social media about the most hated teams in college football, it’s time to look at the other side of the coin. How about the teams with the most loyal fans? Let’s see what the’s ranking turned out for the Big Ten. The website based its findings by studying every football fan base year in and year out, and came up with the top 15.

Overall Winner: Nebraska

Out of all football teams in the nation, Nebraska fans are considered the most loyal. Despite the lack of a national championship in more than a decade, its fans didn’t turn its back on the Cornhuskers. Proof? Since 1962, the 91-000 seat Memorial Stadium has always sold out. And even if it’s a road game, Nebraska fans will be glued to the tellies to cheer for their team.

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Super Bowl Grub Statistics

Super Bowl FoodLast week, Kraft Foods put the United States in a frenzy when they announced that shoppers might have trouble finding Velveeta at the grocery store. The Velveeta shortage, which has been nicknamed the “Cheesepocalypse,” has Super Bowl party hosts wondering what dip they should serve their guests for the big game if they can’t find the liquid gold cheese. As the second largest day of food consumption in the United States, people are chowing down on a lot more than just cheese dips on Super Bowl Sunday though! Find out what else Americans are filling up on during the game:

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Top Five Sports in the World: Popularity Wise

soccerAs much as most Americans would like to think that Football (American football, that is) or baseball make a huge dent in what the world considers to be a popular sport, upon doing some research, they will find that they are very much mistaken. Although baseball does rank in the top five, American football isn’t even on the list at all. So then, what are the top five sports in the entire world? Brace yourself. You may be a little surprised.

1. Football (aka, Soccer)
Not to be confused with football in the United States, soccer is the number one sport worldwide. Although it lacks popularity in the U.S. today, it thrives greatly in other nations.

2. Cricket
I know what you’re thinking, “Seriously?” Yes, I’m serious. In the past few years, it has gained more popularity than it has ever held before; therefore, making it highly competitive with soccer for popularity.

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Hockey Fans Give A Big “Boo Hoo” to Football

BettmanThat’s right. A big “boo hoo” is what a lot of hockey fans gave to football when they heard about the NFL referee lockout. In case you don’t know, the NHL, or National Hockey League, is in a lockout right now and it’s unsure whether there will be a hockey season. Not surprisingly, a lot of fans are upset and are keeping their fingers crossed that things will work out.

The NFL referee lockout has spurred a lot of controversy. Replacement referees were called in and the games went on. However, this elicited a lot of media attention and complaints. The football fans still get their games while the hockey fans only hope they will. Some hockey fans think football fans need to stop complaining.

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