Category Archives: Sports

Pop Culture Throwdown: Giants vs. Patriots

Did you think this week’s throwdown would be anything else? VS Vote wisely, friends. ***** Advertisements

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Philip Rivers and the WORST DAY EVER

Poor Decatur Dreamboat.  Don’t worry, Philip — I still love you!! (via Gifulmination)

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Fridays with Darren, Part I

Do you know Darren Rovell?  He’s the sports business guy for CNBC.  I follow him on Twitter and I have a real love/hate relationship with him – he posts some really interesting stuff, especially if you’re interested in the business … Continue reading

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Stampede, Indeed

Our coverage of sports here pales in comparison to other aspects of pop culture, but how much are you enjoying the horrific — but admittedly, delicious — collapse of the Indianapolis Colts?  Who knew what kind of football atrocities Peyton … Continue reading

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Pop Culture Throwdown: AFC vs. NFC

The top hit for “AFC” on Google is the “Asian Football Confederation”.  The top hit for “NFC” on Google is “Near Field Communication”. Alas, neither of those two is a participant in this week’s throwdown.

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ESPN Wins Wimbledon Rights, Battle With NBC Continues

Just weeks after NBC and Comcast secured the rights for the Summer and Winter Olympics for decades to come, ESPN struck back by wresting rights to the Championships at Wimbledon for a dozen years, ending NBC’s 43-year association with the … Continue reading

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NBC Retains Olympic Broadcast Rights

Updated: The early dollar figure on the four Games deal is in excess of $4 billion according to ESPN’s John Buccigross. Breaking News: NBC and Comcast have retained the broadcast rights for the next four Olympic Games (2014, 2016, 2018, … Continue reading

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