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The Best Single-Serving Snacks for Your Super Bowl Party

There’s no denying that football season is when our appetites are in full gear. From fantastic finger food to delicious desserts, our cravings for just about everything don’t ever really go away so easily — especially when watching one of the most beloved American events ever at our fabulous Super Bowl party. But if you’re looking for […]

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Radek Lord of HBO’s ‘Ballers’ Talks the Art of Being an Actor

Whether they’re fresh faces or indie darlings, audiences are introduced to new and gifted young actors every season in Hollywood. While some young actors have solidified their Hollywood stardom, landing coveted roles and turning studio projects into blockbusters, others are on the verge of achieving it, like Radek Lord — one of industry’s freshest new […]

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11 Mouthwatering Desserts for Your Football Kickoff Party

The preseason has ended and the final cuts have been made, which points to one sure and sweet thing: the NFL season is about to begin! No matter who you root for tonight, football season is welcomed by millions of Americans each September. But if you’re similar to us, you might consider the food to be an […]

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Touchdown, History! A Tour of the University of Notre Dame

Touted one of the best college towns in the U.S. by Livability and dedicated to faith no less than scientific knowledge, the University of Notre Dame has a unique spirit and vibrancy that radiates the moment you walk its grounds. Located in Notre Dame, Ind., adjacent to the city of South Bend, the beautiful grounds are home to one of the […]

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50:50? Why Super Bowl 50 Is Anything But a Toss-Up

This year’s NFL season has been anything but predictable. However, when it comes to Super Bowl 50 there will likely be only one result that would be truly surprising and that is a win for the Denver Broncos. That’s not to take anything away from Gary Kubiak’s team, but there are a lot of things that would […]

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5 NFL Headlines to Anticipate for the Rest of the Season

There has been no shortage of drama or excitement over the first few months of the NFL season. As the playoffs get closer, the stakes for certain teams are now higher than ever. While some teams are already looking at the draft, other franchises are competing for the playoffs, some for the first time in a while. […]

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Who Would’ve Guessed? 5 Surprises of the 2015 NFL Season

We are almost at the halfway point of the 2015 NFL season and if you’ve been following each week, you’re probably as shocked as I am about some of the things that have happened. After another seemingly endless preseason and all the off-field drama in the NFL office, it’s nice to have the unpredictability of […]

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7 Favorite Game Day Recipes That Will Definitely Score a Touchdown

It’s Game Day! Well, maybe not specifically today, but we’re back in that time of year — aka football season — where it does seem like game day is everyday. I know that technically these days are all about rooting for your team, then celebrating or wallowing depending on the outcome but I’ve never met […]

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How to Identify Risks in Your Fantasy Football Draft

Fantasy football season is here and that means it’s the time of the year for mock drafts, stat analyzing and predicting this year’s ticket to the finals of your league. However, that last part is the trickiest as you have to navigate things like injuries, draft busts and bad match-ups. Is there a way to […]

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Before It’s Too Late: A Precautionary Tale on Concussions

On March 10, 2015, Patrick Willis retired from the National Football League. Willis, an 8x All-Pro had missed a significant portion of the 2014 season with ‘turf toe’. Despite the belief that he would return, his injury helped him realize that football was not worth the long-term pain that can plague a life post-retirement. Willis’ […]

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12 Disappointments of the 2014 NFL Season

As another NFL season reaches its finale during the holidays, we’re all reminded of how misguided our predictions were back in the fall. For all of the entertainment it provides, the League is equally as adept when it comes to providing let downs or surprises. Whether you just knew that Tampa Bay was going to […]

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Into the Red Zone: Who’s Making It to the Postseason

We’re into the late fall and for some teams in the NFL that means their idealized dreams of making the playoffs are falling like the leaves outside. It’s around this time of year that we start to see a huge divide between the hopeful and the dismal. In a year where offensive records have been brushed […]

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Should Musicians Pay to Play at the Superbowl?

I consider myself an artist. What that means to me is that I like to create things, and I like people to consume those things. It gives me a sense of worth. The idea of a “Job Well Done”. Back in high school I was in a band and we played dozens of shows to […]

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