Bier Garden Girl of August
August 1, 2010 – 10:27 AM | Comments Off on Bier Garden Girl of August

Port Royal Export

You don’t have to travel to Honduras to have Port Royal Export! This pale lager is refreshing, especially after a bike ride by the water.

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Shootin’ The Boot – Timeout for T.O.
July 23, 2010 – 9:32 AM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – Timeout for T.O.
Shootin’ The Boot – Timeout for T.O.

Anyone that has read any of my previous posts can tell that I love sports. I love the thrill of competition, the agony of defeat, and the celebrating that goes on when your team wins.

Shootin’ the Boot – Lord Love a Fat Man
July 22, 2010 – 1:31 PM | Comments Off on Shootin’ the Boot – Lord Love a Fat Man
Shootin’ the Boot – Lord Love a Fat Man

It seems like there have been a number of football players getting in trouble with the law lately.

Shootin’ The Boot – New Post
July 21, 2010 – 9:06 AM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – New Post

Nose tackles are generally very large, somewhat athletic men that are able to force teams to use multiple blockers to take care of him. As a consequence, the linebackers make all the tackles while the nose tackle does the hard work.

History in the Making and Beer to Drink
June 11, 2010 – 12:18 PM | Comments Off on History in the Making and Beer to Drink
History in the Making and Beer to Drink

There are no fans that are more adamant about supporting their team than soccer fans. When you consider what the game often represents it is understandable. The teams are so much more than just a collection of great players that people from a particular city support, but a collection of the best that the nation has to offer as representatives of the country.

Shootin’ The Boot – The Churchill Cup is back!
June 4, 2010 – 5:09 PM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – The Churchill Cup is back!

Another change to this year’s tournament is in the venue. For the second year in a row the tournament will be held entirely within the United States. All games were played in Colorado at Glendale’s Infinity Park and Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO. This year games will be played at Infinity Park once again, but the last day of competition will be held at Red Bull Arena, home of MLS franchise the New York Red Bull.

Shootin’ The Boot – 5 Biggest NBA Free-Agents to Watch
May 29, 2010 – 7:22 PM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – 5 Biggest NBA Free-Agents to Watch

The lack of as much appeal as would be expected has nothing to do with the game itself. Fans and general managers alike are all clamoring for the start of what stands to be one of the most exciting free agency periods that the NBA has seen in a long time.

Shootin’ The Boot – (Probable) NBA Finals Preview
May 25, 2010 – 7:19 PM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – (Probable) NBA Finals Preview

After just two games in the East and two in the West, I feel pretty comfortable saying that the Finals will be between the defending champions, the Los Angeles Lakers, and the old guys in the East, the Boston Celtics.

Let’s be honest folks, the Suns just do not have enough fire power to outscore the Lakers nor do they have the defensive ability to shut down all their weapons. I would not have thought that the aging Celtics would have been able to hang with the Orlando Magic, but after two strong wins I am a believer.

Shootin’ The Boot – Terrell Owens.
May 17, 2010 – 12:53 PM | Comments Off on Shootin’ The Boot – Terrell Owens.

In an off-season full of big names finding new homes all over the NFL there has been one player noticeably absent from the headlines. He is brash. He is athletic. He is talented. Few can take over a game quite like he can, and even fewer can polarize a fan base both for and against him quite like he can.

I’m talking about the one, the only—Terrell Owens.