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Sometimes the Super Bowl commercials are more entertaining than the game. Well it's pretty important that they are as captivating as possible because those companies advertising during this year's Super Bowl were paying 2.6 million dollars for a 30-second ad space. Here are the 2012 top 10 Superbowl Commercials
Super Bowl XLVI belongs to the New York Giants after they stuck it to the New England Patriots… again. It was a rematch of Super Bowl XLII and this year had a very similar result… Eli Manning sneaking the Giants into the lead late in the game giving Tom Brady no chance for his 3rd Super Bowl victory.
The coolest fans at the Super Bowl are definitely the ones who have dressed up with their face painted. But that can also backfire! If you don’t know how to do a good facepainting job, people might look at you like an ordinary clown. Here’s some advice to make sure you get the respect every hard core football fan deserves
It’s February and the Super Bowl is upon us, but don’t let the hype get to you. Basketball, hockey and soccer are also heating up this month.
Just when you thought tennis was getting boring, the 2012 Australian Open brings forth the most exciting tennis match ever… 6 hours long!!! Catch 22… how can anyone stand to watch something 6 hours long? It’s best just to read about it here on Kidzworld.
Gretchen Blieiler may have an exotic name but this phenomenal snowboarder considers herself a Midwestern girl. She was born in Toledo, Ohio and grew up in Dayton until she was ten years old.
Ever heard of a young football player named Robert Griffin… the third? Well he just won the NCAA College Football Heisman Trophy and has been called “the most interesting man in football.”
Power forward for the Vancouver Canucks, Ryan Kesler is becoming one of the big names in the NHL. Ryan is definitely a star in Vancouver where he carried the Canucks on his back to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2011. Let’s find out how this glamorous dude became such a big hockey star!
It’s a new year and it’s time to look at the Sports Calendar for the month of January. If you’re a football fan, you have to love January, as every weekend will have down to the wire NFL playoff games. Hockey fans can look forward to the all-star break at the end of the month. Let’s take a look at what else is going on in the world of sports this month.
Many NBA fans lost interest in the NBA this year after the lockout was announced, but just because this year has a 66-game season instead of the normal 82-game season doesn't mean you shouldn't give it another chance if you love basketball.