this may be of some local interest
With the season soon upon us, where is your favorite place to take in a game? Especially for those of us that no longer live in the mitten.
For myself I think I just found my place to watch today actually. Down in Mary Ester, FL there is a cigar called Beach Castle Premium Cigars. Its a shop owned by a native Detroiter and his wife. When I walked in he had Michigan helmets displayed and was wearing Tigers apparel and seemed knowledgeable and not just blowing smoke about it. And he has Big Ten Network! So I am sure at least not the nationally televised games I can be found there.
Where do the rest of you like to be where ever you live?
I was just made aware of this map. My post was a failure...
Played 12 years, mostly for the Colts, winning 2 Super Bowls. Old-school, WWII vet and funny as hell. I still remember the Miller Lite commercials and NFL interviews. 88 years of age; God speed Art. They don't make many like that guy anymore. Great Carson interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HDRLnoAY9E
Something big is about to happen!— jermain crowell (@JermainCrowell) August 5, 2013
Per Chantel Jennings on twitter. Bubble screens?
Also, apprently Norfleet's nickname is/was Wisconsin.
Top Party Schools: Princeton Review Releases 2013-14 Rankings
"West Virginia University has been dethroned, and the University of Iowa has taken the top seat as the most hard-partying college in the country in the latest Princeton Review rankings."
This year's best *drink drink drink* are:
10. Lehigh University
9. Penn State University
8. University of Wisconsin - Madison
7. Ohio University
6. University of Florida
5. Syracuse University
4. West Virginia University
3. University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
2. University of California - Santa Barbara
1. University of Iowa
In categories of lesser importance: Notre Dames claims the top spot in the "Students Pack the Stadium" class; Michigan comes in at #9 in "Top 10 Best Value Public Colleges."