Colorado is a strange place for weather. One day it’s 98-degrees and sunny, the next, baseball size hail is crushing everything, and the next, you wake up and it’s 40-degrees out and the leaves are changing colors.
Love football? Do you practice yoga? If you answered yes to both questions, you’ll love this Baller Yoga leather mat. It’s made of genuine Horween NFL football leather.
Every time you unroll it, you will smell the NFL.
Regular viewers of NFL games will immediately know that teams have been using Microsoft’s Surface tablets to track plays, take notes, and communicate during games. For fans of football and tablet computing, Microsoft has announced a series of covers which add functionality and let you show your team pride.
Wilson has announced what they’re calling the “world’s first smart football.” The Wilson X Connected Football has a built-in sensor that can measure throw speed, distance, spin rate and spiral efficiency. The ball can even detect if someone catches it or drops it.
If you’re a football fan, you want to be plugged in to your favorite teams wherever you go. DirecTV’s Sunday Ticket TV is designed to offer NFL games streamed to all of your digital devices so you don’t miss a minute of the game.
The FIFA and NBA 2K series are the reigning kings of team sports video games, but they pale in comparison to the legacy of Tecmo Super Bowl and RBI Baseball. Much of the credit goes to the fans who keep modding both NES games with updated rosters.
Over the years, NFL teams have used some interesting methods of getting photos down to the sidelines so players and coaches could study the formations of their opponents. The strangest may be when they had a zip-line running from the press box at the top of the stadium down to the sidelines and clipped Polaroids to the string and sent them to the coach to check out.
Football in America is not the Football that the rest of the world is in love with. Brazil really loves its football and so, Giraffas, a fast food chain in the country is doing something smart for this crowd.
This unique ball turns the beautiful game into the energy-generating game. Made by a small company called Uncharted Play, the Soccket is a football that converts mechanical energy to electrical energy. In other words, you get electricity simply by playing with it.
I’ve been wanting to see how some of the major game developers and publishers were going to be using that LCD touchscreen on the new Wii U controller. I suspected that a lot of sports game fans would find that touchscreen on the Wii U GamePad to be pretty compelling.
The Super Bowl is almost upon us. That means that people are getting ready and buying their snacks. Wives and girlfriends are getting ready to bake all kinds of special football treats for the guys. Well, you can all just stop.
Some footballers in the UK are getting QR codes shaved into the back of their heads. The whole starting line-up of the Bromley FC club will have these QR codes in their hair for a game today, thanks to celebrity stylist Daniel Johnson.
Like many football fans, I was caught up in the World Cup fever and didn’t realize how cool this installation was when it first made the rounds a few months back.
This 65-foot sculpture was on display in a shopping mall in Johannesburg, South Africa and was made by Ratcliffe Fowler Design for Nike.
… you don’t want to be on the opposing team. Since Darth Vader specializes in aggressive use of the Force, and isn’t afraid to use it for that purpose, he can just do about anything he pleases with a flimsy soccer ball.