Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Big Ben’s arrival causes spike in Dallas area mace sales and self-defense class enrollments

Upon the arrival of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger for the Super Bowl, Dallas area women have been arming to the teeth to defend themselves against the two-time accused sexual assaulter. Local bartender Susie ‘Bulldog’...

Despite blizzard, Chicago-based Packers fans already lining up at Will’s for Super Bowl tables

Most of Chicago is disgusted by Green Bay's Super Bowl run, but the owners of Will's Northwoods Inn in Lakeview are reaping vast rewards as a small group of die-hard fans are already lining up to get their choice of highly contested tables at the infamous Packers' bar for the Super Bowl even though it doesn't happen for more than four days.

Polamalu suspended for using HGH-laced hair conditioner

Less than 24 hours after being named Defensive Player of the Year, Troy Polamalu tested positive for Human Growth Hormone (HGH). As a result, the Pittsburgh star will be held out of this Sunday’s Super Bowl.

Heckler Video: Check out Ben Roethlisberger’s Charles Schwab Super Bowl ad

Just in time for the Super Bowl, Big Ben signed on for a Charles Schwab ad. Seems like Roethlisberger wants to spend his money on exactly what you'd expect from the guy.

FOX adds Family Guy to Super Bowl XLV broadcast booth

In an effort to take some comedy pressure off play-by-play man Joe Buck, FOX has decided to digitally insert Peter Griffin into the broadcast booth for tonight’s game.

Local man gets congratulatory call from Obama after winning $10,000 Super Bowl pool

Citing a "tireless resolve in the face of hardship and adversity," President Obama congratulated Chicagoan Keith McConnell over the phone Monday after McConnell won $10,000 in a squares pool when the Packers beat the Steelers 31-25 in Super Bowl XLV Sunday night.

Packers, Steelers happy to have been in locker room when Black Eyed Peas performed

Despite several key injuries incurred just late in the second quarter during Sunday's Super Bowl, both the Steelers and Packers said the key positive of being in the locker room at the break was that they were able to avoid Black Eyed Peas eye-gougingly bad halftime show.