2011 Ford Explorer Limited first shots

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Bullz-Eye recently took delivery of a 2011 Ford Explorer Limited. Unless you follow this industry closely you probably wouldn't know it was an Explorer at first glance. This is basically an all new 2011 Ford Explorer. When designing this "Crossover," it's apparent Ford looked to the future rather than looking back. Check back soon for the review on Bullz-Eye.com!


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Friday Video – The English Beat, “Mirror in the Bathroom”

We realize we’re about 30 years too late, but better late than never; the English Beat is coming to town this weekend, and we are there, dude. So what if Dave Wakeling’s the only remaining member of the band? (Well, this incarnation, anyway – Ranking Roger leads the Beat on the other side of the pond.) It’s Dave singing songs by the Beat. We’re in.


Bullz-Eye heads to Quicken Loans Arena for NCAA tournament

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The NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament has come to Cleveland, OH and with that Infiniti has sponsored a Round by Round Brackets Coaches vs Cancer charity event. This is a great cause with thousands already participating. The goal is to raise $500,000 to fight cancer and if everyone gets involved, Infiniti can far exceed that number.

There really is nothing like the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament and today Bullz-Eye.com is at Quicken Loans Arena to watch the Ohio State vs George Mason and Marquette vs Syracuse match ups. As you can see from the photos in our gallery, the energy and excitement in the journey to make the Final Four makes any sports fan stand up! Good luck to all of the teams still in play for the big prize and thanks to Infiniti for playing a lead sponsorship role in the NCAA Final Four Tournament and their efforts in playing a major role in the ongoing battle to beat cancer!

As a side note, check out the photo with George Mason's Band Director. He might be the coolest dude in the Q!


Friday Video – The Wolfgang Press, “Going South”

Since the entire music world is in Austin this week for South by Southwest – which reminds us of a great quote that Jon Fratelli gave us, that “you get to Friday and you think, ‘That should be it.’ You get to Saturday, and you’re like, ‘I’m sick of music. Fucking hate music.’” – we’re staying at home and enjoying the relative email silence while our publicist friends stay up until four in the morning working showcases. But fear not: we have a rabid concert goer on the premises who will be giving us rundowns of the day’s biggest hits.

Anyway, this seemed a fitting track to describe everyone’s travel plans for the week. Pity the band broke up right after this album came out. It seemed like they were just on the verge of breaking through. We suppose the world will have to settle for this, their song “A Girl Like You,” and their funky cover of “Mama Told Me Not to Come.” Could be worse, we suppose.


Infiniti sponsors Coaches vs. Cancer for March Madness

March Madness is considered the greatest sporting event of the year by many. The bracket challenges are an event unto themselves. This year, Infiniti is giving basketball enthusiasts the chance to do some good with their brackets. The company has teamed up with NCAA Men’s Basketball to help Coaches vs. Cancer raise as much as $500,000.

To participate, simply fill out a round-by-round bracket at CBSSports.com. For more details about how your correct picks will help a great cause, watch the video above.