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A key part of any Super Bowl party is some quality food and drink. As you gear up to watch the Patriots take on the Eagles this Sunday, our friends at Captain Morgan and Crown Royal have some awesome cocktail and wing recipes that are sure to make your Sunday even more super! Whether you’re a Philly die-hard or (god-forbid) a Patriots fan, you can agree on enjoying the game with the recipes below! Royal Cherry Water Ice -1.5 oz. Crown Royal Deluxe -3 oz. Cherry Juice -Splash of GrenadineRead More
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Norwalk, CT, September 8, 2017 – Football fans go all out to support their team. And whether it’s throwing an elaborate tailgate or buying a round of drinks after a big win, their generosity with fellow fans knows no bounds. “Hydrate Generously,” the newest platform from Crown Royal, harnesses fan passion to elevate responsible game day consumption to new heights by reinforcing the importance of always drinking in moderation and hydrating between drinks. No excuses. Whether at home or in-stadium, consuming alcohol can be a core part of the overall fanRead More
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It’s that wonderful time of the year, folks! Football season is back in full force and everyone knows one of the best ways to spend your weekend is in a stadium parking lot tailgating. According to a recent study, 80 percent of the U.S. population (or 240 million people) tailgates at least once a year. Whether you consider yourself a master tailgater or need to refine your tailgating skills, we wanted to help out your tailgate game with some mouth-watering whiskey-infused food recipes, and some delicious cocktail recipes for you to whipRead More
A team with no money just won the English Premier League. Vegas had them at 5,000-1 odds. Nobody, including their mothers, picked them to win the title. But it’s clear to me how this happened. To hijack a line from the film Moneyball, “We are card counters at the blackjack table and we’re going to turn the odds on the casino.” Here’s what transpired… Leicester City flipped the script on the excruciatingly top heavy Premier League. A league in which 3 powerhouse clubs have dominated title wins for over 100Read More
Fighting through adversity, Denver returned from San Francisco as World Champions, ready to celebrate like kings. In addition to their diamond-studded rings, each player will also responsibly enjoy some extra special whisky as a gift from linebacker DeMarcus Ware. After helping Denver to victory, with the Defense dominating the Game, DeMarcus Ware gifted his teammates with specially embroidered bottles of Crown Royal XR. Available in limited quantities, the whisky hails from the famed LaSalle distillery near Montreal which no longer produces whisky. Beer might do in a pinch, but qualityRead More

Posted On February 6, 2016By Ascher RobbinsIn Gambling Life, Sports, Sports Takes

Super Bowl 50: Analysis and Predictions

  At last, the biggest day in the sporting world is finally here – Super Bowl Sunday. The biggest game of the year is always a spectacle; however, with this being Super Bowl 50, the hype is at an all time high. The NFL has gone all-out promoting Super Bowl 50 – perhaps more so than with any of the game’s 49 previous iterations. And the matchup holds plenty of intrigue on its own – the Denver Broncos and Peyton Manning’s “last rodeo” versus the Carolina Panthers and one ofRead More

Posted On January 23, 2016By Ascher RobbinsIn Gambling Life, Sports, Sports Takes

Breaking Down 2016 NFL Championship Weekend

After a crazy Divisional Playoff weekend that saw an insane Aaron Rodgers’ Hail Mary followed by a Cardinals’ walk-off overtime win, a 31-0 first half barely holding up, in Carolina typical Andy Reid clock (mis)management in a Chiefs’ loss, and the defense doing enough to earn another win in Denver, we’re left with four contenders for the Lombardi Trophy. For the first time since 2004, the final four teams remaining are the top four seeds in the playoffs – #2 seed New England travels to #1 seed Denver in theRead More
One-fourth of the NFL’s 32 teams remain heading into this Sunday’s Divisional Playoff Games. The eight squads still vying for the right to be forever known as Super Bowl 50 Champions all have their flaws; perhaps more than any year in recent memory, there doesn’t seem to be a clear favorite in neither the AFC nor NFC. Three of this weekend’s four games are rematches – only the Chiefs and Patriots will line up against each other for the first time – so we might have some idea of what toRead More

Posted On September 10, 2015By Hunter SimmonsIn Sports, Sports Takes

The Torture of Being a San Diego Sports Fan: Revisited

About a year ago, I wrote about some of the pains that come with relentlessly cheering for mediocrity. At that time, the San Diego Padres were on their way to finishing their season 77-85. Those that call themselves baseball fans can understand this year’s disappointment. In 2015, life was injected into the team. The owners, in a spat of brilliance, hired the upstart AJ Preller as the team’s general manager, who did not waste too much time signing some of the biggest names in baseball: Matt Kemp, Justin Upton, JamesRead More
  The best time of the year is upon is – football is back! With college ball kicking off last night, and the NFL season just a week away, it is time to get ready for an awesome fall full of football – which of course includes some epic tailgating. No matter what team you follow, there’s nothing that beats a crisp autumn day in the parking lot chowing down on some awesome food and sipping your favorite drinks with your friends, in anticipation of your team’s victory. But let’sRead More
Last week, I was fortunate enough to be invited to a special event hosted by George Dickel Whisky and award-winning barbecue chef Adam Perry Lang. George Dickel has teamed up with Mr. Lang to create excellent barbecue sauce and recipes to complement their excellent brand of whisky. Everything at George Dickel is done by hand, from the selecting of barrels to whiskey distillation. The company wanted to match this tradition in its foray into the world of barbecue, and Adam Perry Lang was able to craft some fantastic barbecue rubsRead More

Posted On March 25, 2015By Ascher RobbinsIn Girls, Manzone

#WCW: Colleen Crowley

-Colleen Crowley- Twitter: @coll_crowley Instagram: coll_crowley Known for: Being Johnny Manziel’s girlfriend. -Browns backup quarterback Johnny Football Manziel might not have had a great rookie season last year, but at least he has a smokin’ hot girlfriend to make him feel better about his crappy play and rehab stints. Colleen Crowley is a TCU undergrad who does some fashion modeling in addition to dating the NFL star player. Check her out below.                    Read More

Posted On January 31, 2015By Elin Van AttaIn Advice For Women, Girlzone

How to Avoid the Super Bowl

1.  Go for a run and don’t even think about coming home until your Facebook newsfeed has confirmed the winner aka the glorious ending of the game. 2.  Eat spa food (fuck it, grab a slice of pizza) and read a book from start to finish.  I recommend: This is Where I Leave You by Jonathon Tropper. 3.  Go to the beach.  You’ll feel like you’re on a private island because everyone else will be glued to their television screens, slapping butts, and getting shwasted. 4.  If you live alone,Read More
For yet another year, the top seeds in the AFC and NFC will square off in the game of all games – this time, Super Bowl XLIX in Arizona. Pitting the AFC’s #1 seed, the New England Patriots against the NFC’s #1 seed, the Seattle Seahawks, this Super Bowl should be an interesting game between two very different teams. For much of America, it will be the “Lesser of Two Evils” bowl, as the Patriots and Seahawks are pretty much universally disliked except by their respective fanbases. But we don’t haveRead More
Youtube is full of shameless self-promotion and senseless publicity for things nobody should care about. Of the hundreds of thousands of videos posted every hour, most go unnoticed and warrant little reason to get noticed. This is why I got together with two good friends and tried to do something meaningful, especially given current events.   1 Year Ago During a rehearsal for an open mic show, I stumbled upon a chord progression that I really liked. My mind immediately began racing to find lyrics. My bro Sean assisted, knowingRead More