It doesn’t seem to matter where you are, or what’s going on: if there are live TV cameras rolling, eventually someone’s going to drop their threads and show the world what they got (or don’t).
Since just about every professional sporting event is televised these days, and at least half the people in the crowd can shoot video from their cell phones, it’s a given that if you strut your stuff on the field, it’s going to be seen across the world.
I’ve scoured the web looking for the best videos of streakers from all of the sports we cover; this is what I’ve found:
In the world of sports one of the longest running debates revolves around the word "football". While UK sports fans adamantly claim that their game (also known as Futbol and Soccer) deserves the exclusive rights to the name, American fans have a different point of view.
Fans of American football (also known as Grid Iron) mount the argument that UK Football has a second name (soccer) and American football does not. Since the typical American is either ignorant of other cultures, or simply doesn’t care, they seem to believe that this alone should settle the debate.
Remember, in the eyes of the typical American, America is #1. They don’t get specific with that claim, because, in reality, America is rarely #1 (unless we’re talking about...
It’s one thing to like sports, but it takes a significant level of commitment and dedication before you can truly call yourself a fan.
Rising to the top spot as a team’s number one fan takes an entirely different level of commitment altogether.
If you want any shot at being a true #1 fan, you need to love your team above all else, including (but not limited to): family, dignity, reason, practicality and self-preservation. Once you’ve mastered the steps below you’ll be well on your way to becoming the true #1 fan, and achieving all of the glory that comes with it.
By glory, I mean standings-based mood swings and a potential five seconds of airtime during a match broadcast.
Always my first thought when I head the term "fantasy football".
When you come up with a good idea you typically want to run with it. At the very least, sell it to someone who can do the running.
When you come up with a mediocre idea, you want to put it in your blog and wait for someone else to steal it. Sure, you make nothing for the idea, but let’s be honest; it really wasn’t worth anything in the first place.
My two ideas aren’t going to be game-changers, but I’m pretty sure there’s a bunch of punters out there who would love to see these offered on their favourite betting site.
Idea 1: Let Punters Create Their Own Bets
It’s a fact: those who like to bet, like to bet on anything. The...
Welcome to the BettingChoice Blog. This, the inaugural post, is where we are supposed to tell you all about the blog, our grand plans, and generally just thank you for stopping by.
That’s not good enough for us, and frankly, it shouldn’t be good enough for you either. The whole point of a blog is to engage and communicate with your readers. Hopefully you’ll be entertained and maybe learn a thing or two along the way.
Rather than just posting the usual “Hello World!” like some other mouth-breather, it’s time to tell you all of the reasons you should bookmark this blog:
We’re all internet addicted sports geeks here. Anything we find entertaining enough to write about, you’ll probably enjoy as well.