The University of Wyoming has redesigned their football field's graphics and it looks so cool. The end zone will have painted mountains, the sidelines have the elevations printed on them. Wyoming written in one endzone, Cowboys in the other all in the school's colors of yellow and brown.
An infographic showing hot dogs served up at Dodger Stadium, Fenway Park, Yankee Stadium and Wrigley Field. Although not a Cub fan, the dog from Chicago looks the best and is probably the same one fixed up at White Sox Park. Hot dogs sold at Busch Stadium are among the dullest of all. And, often not hot at all.
Have no idea how Katie stumbled upon one of the Washington Nationals presidential mascots this morning, but wower, there's Teddy Roosevelt. If they show the game day race between all the mascot presidents tonight, I'll be sure to root for Teddy.
Just looked at the broadcast schedule for the NCAA men's basketball championship game and found that the game begins at 8:20 CST which means 9:20 EST. Does anyone else think this is just a terrible thing to do to fans of the tournament? Does no one in charge at NCAA headquarters or CBS care that this time period might just cheat lots of adults and kids out of seeing the entire game because they have to get up for work or school on Tuesday morning? Or, might just be too tired from Monday to make it through the game?
We follow all the games and results until the end when it comes on too late for over half of the country.
CNN Money tells us all about how much that MLB ball park frank and beer will cost at each stadium this year. With opening day behind us, take a look at how much money you need to take with you this season if you plan to eat.
In St. Louis a 12 ounce beer will cost 5 dollars and a hot dog 4.25.
Compare to Arizona where the beer is the lowest in MLB at 4 dollars for a 14 ounce beer and hot dogs are 1.25. Wow a dollar twenty five for a hot dog in Arizona, that's terrific.
In Chicago, dueling teams have different beer prices, the White Sox will charge 6.50 for a 16 ounce beer and 3.25 for a dog while the Cubs are asking 7.50 for beer and 5.25 for a dog.
Nothing like Yahoo's Bracket Challenge's habit of lining wrong choices in bright red to make a person feel bad. My bracket is so red right now-thanks Wisconsin and Georgetown-that it's hard to even look at it. It reminds me of my high school math tests, wrong answers lined in red by the teacher.
The Riverfront Times has a recuring series this year named the Gut Check One Hundred 2013 which lists the 100 dishes you just have to try. They believe these restaurant menu items define St. Louis dining for 2013.