Don't ask me how is it possible that I don't know much about
American Football even though I've been in the US since 2000. In addition, I am
a Razorback, i.e. I went to the University of Arkansas, where my dorm was
walking distance to one of the most extravagant college football stadiums at
the time. I can hear cheering of “Go Hogs!” from my dorm on game nights and
know if we win without set foot into the stadium or turn the TV on. Now a
resident of the great State of Texas and a mom of 14 month-old-son (a very likely future football
player), it’s high time to get to know football.
If the road doesn’t get too icy this afternoon, I will be
attending a Super Bowl Party, like most Texans do on a Super Bowl Sunday. Here I am, doing
my last minutes research on what the hype is all about. After half an hour of googling, reading up on Wikipedia, Forbes , the Super Bowl hosting committee and numerous Facebook posts, my head is officially the size of the Super Bowl. Signed, moment of truth, I still don’t know much about American Football, however, I
know I will have fun meeting their raving fans and celebrating one of
the best Super Bowl event of all times.
I want to invite you too to look into doing something you’ve never
done before. Don’t worry about looking good and have fun playing along. Isn't it what sports all about. Game on?
Author:Mark Mulch Phone: 972-841-2324 Dated: February 2nd 2014 Views: 1,391 About Mark: An accomplished Realtor, small business owner, and Ironman triathlete, Mark excels in delivering a h...
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