Super Bowl XLVIII is almost here! Are you gearing up to throw a crazy party? A stellar soiree requires serious planning, like coordinating entertainment, putting together a great food and drink spread and organizing entertainment (besides the game and entertaining commercials). Here are the most important ingredients for the perfect Super Bowl party.Decorate Your Space
Make your party extra festive by putting up some decorations around your entryway and around the viewing area. Blow up balloons in the teams’ colors and string streamers around the room. If you’re really creative, look for confetti shaped like footballs and helmets, and sprinkle it around your serving table and [...]
I hope Marshawn Lynch gets sawed in half by Aldon Smith and NaVorro Bowman Sunday.
I want Richard Sherman to get smoked on a 70-yard TD bomb from Kaepernick to Crabtree so for once, for the love of god, Sherman will look up at the scoreboard and have absolutely nothing to say.
I want to see the fear in Russell Wilson’s eyes Sunday, the same look Cam Newton had last week – the kind of fear that tells the 49er defense they have this one.
I want the otherwise fabulous city of Seattle to endure heartbreak and crushing pain.
These are stupid things to hope for. These are dumb things to wish for. We live in a world where there are about 847 more [...]
Safety glasses are usually not a standard part of a typical sports or work uniform, but perhaps they should be. The correction and protection they offer can make the difference between seeing clearly and blurrily. They can also mean the difference between eye health and eye injury.
Safety Glasses for Sight One reason for wearing safety glasses during sports and work activities (particularly in work environments where debris is common) is perhaps the most obvious reason: to correct poor eyesight. Per the Nationwide Children’s Hospital, some of the most common conditions that affect the eyes include: myopia (near-sightedness); hyperopia (far-sightedness); accommodative [...]
Just like the Florida State running backs, the Seminole receivers and tight ends didn’t get a ton of attention, but they were critical in FSU’s quest to grab BCS tickets. Despite not featuring a 1,000-yard receiver, the Seminoles have one of the finest receiving corps in the country in wide receivers Rashad Greene, Kelvin Benjamin, Kenny Shaw and tight end Nick O’Leary. Heisman-winning QB Jameis Winston spread the ball around to perfection, and will continue to do so against Auburn in the BCS Championship. In fact, there is an outside chance that FSU could have three 1,000 yard receivers by the end of the matchup with the Tigers, as Greene, Benjamin and Shaw are all within 100 yards [...]