Everybody around the world loves sports, whether it’s watching them, playing them or talking about them. And we all have a favorite sport to watch and a favorite team to cheer for. So why isn’t real life more like sports? Thanks to College Humor, we can see what it would be like:
Ever wonder what’s the most popular college football team in your state? To find out, American ticket broker and online marketplace TicketCity conducted some social media and online research and was able to determine which big division football team was most popular. TicketyCity used four pieces of data for Division I football teams to get… Continue reading The United States of College Football: the Most Popular College Football Team By State [MAP]
The 2014 FIFA World Cup is fast approaching and, like it or not, your Facebook News Feed is about to be filled with posts by soccer fanatics. According to data recently released by Facebook, 500 million of Facebook’s 1.2 billion users are soccer fans. Of those, some 48.9 million fans live in the U.S, ranking… Continue reading Soccer Fanatics Are About to Fill Your News Feed With World Cup Chatter [CHART]
Almost everyone loves the Super Bowl, whether they’re rooting for one of the teams or just watching for the commercials. But who knew there was a deeper, greener upside to the big game? According to recent research by energy consulting firm Opower, football fans actually do less damage to the environment when they watch the… Continue reading Does the Super Bowl Actually Help the Environment?
Do you Follow @Wilson_Football on Instagram? You might not be able to afford to see the Denver Broncos take on the Seattle Seahawks in person at this year’s Super Bowl in East Rutherford, New Jersey, but there’s a different way your name could find its way into the game forever. Wilson, the company that manufactures… Continue reading Wilson Gives Instagram Fans a Chance to Become Part of Super Bowl XLVIII History
The final week of NFL 2013 regular season has arrived. The playoff picture is still somewhat cloudy, especially in the NFC where only 3 teams have secured spots. Aaron Rodgers returns as the Green Packers meet the Chicago Bears for the NFC North title. The Dallas Cowboys minus Tony Romo, who underwent back surgery earlier… Continue reading NFL Week 17 Predictions 2013
The NFL is down to the last two weeks of the regular season. While the AFC is pretty much decided with three teams in already, the NFC stills has some playing to do as only Seattle has clinched. Home field and seeding still wide open in both conferences. Seattle clinches home field throughout the playoffs… Continue reading NFL Week 16 Predictions
December is money time in the NFL. The leaders usually emerge in December, and the pretenders fade. The NFL week started Thursday with the San Diego Chargers upsetting the Broncos in Denver. The win put the Chargers back in the Wild Card picture along with the Ravens and Dolphins for that last spot. Only the… Continue reading NFL Week 15 Predictions