The NFL gets a classic matchup for the Super Bowl after the Green Bay Packers completed one of the most incredible choke jobs in NFL history. New England won the later game, so either the Packers or the Seahawks would have set up a great Super Bowl pairing, but it’s the Seahawks who prevailed for the chance to win back-to-back Super Bowls against a team looking to cement their dynasty status.
Red Bull Frozen Rush is the world’s only off-road truck race in the snow. It’s a loud, high-intensity throwdown that takes place on the slopes of Sunday River, Maine every January. The head-to-head race features 900-horsepower trucks throttling up and down the ski slopes conquering massive jumps, big berms, tight gates and steep hills.
It’s far from the dirt, rocks, sand and gravel of the traditional off-road world. Eight of the best off-road racers battle in the first-ever race on a snow-covered ski resort.
In addition to the heavy horsepower, the driver roster is stacked with 10 of the top off-road truck drivers, including Motorsports Hall of Famer Ricky Johnson, TORC champion Johhny Greaves, former rookie of the year Bryce Menzies, freestyle motocross star Brian Deegan and more.
Red Bull Frozen Rush will webcast live at 12:30 pm ET today (Friday, January 9, 2015) via Red Bull TV player on RedBull.com/frozenrush.
Red Bull TV is also available as a pre-installed channel on Samsung Smart TVs and Apple TV, and as a free, downloadable app on Roku, Xbox 360, Amazon Fire TV and Nexus Player devices.
We knew this would probably happen at some point, though Brian Hoyer had made things difficult for Johnny Football fans by playing well and leading the Browns to a rare winning record. Just a month ago Hoyer led the Browns to a thrashing of the Cincinnati Bengals on national television prompting pundits like Deion Sanders to proclaim that the Browns should “pay the man.”
Things have changed. Brian Hoyer has struggled over the past several games tossing one touchdown pass against five interceptions. Then today against the Buffalo Bills the Browns only had three points after three quarters, and after Hoyer’s second interception head coach Mike Pettine decided to turn to Johnny Manziel.
“Enough is enough, Wenger Out,” read a banner at the Emirates on Saturday during the clash between Arsenal and Manchester United. This was after Wayne Rooney scored United’s second goal, exposing the Gunners’ defensive frailties, once again on the big stage. The message from the disgruntled fan had the sign confiscated by a steward to avoid inciting a few others who support the Gunners, but have lost faith in the Frenchman’s management of the team.
Inadvertently, the above shirtless NASCAR fan, with a canister of what we can safely assume is “Purple Drank,” a southern beverage of choice, dangling from his loins, summed up the entire three-day NET10 Wireless NASCAR event.
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Bullz-Eye spent three days in Charlotte, North Carolina and immersed our senses in the intricacies of both NASCAR and the #FreedForSpeed lifestyle of NET10 Wireless. It was the fastest three days we’ve ever experienced.
Within 20 minutes of getting to the hotel, I was in the lobby meeting the group of fellow drivers. 10 minutes later, we headed to Charlotte Motor Speedway to drive a NASCAR under the tutelage of the Richard Petty Driving School. Once we got there, we ate a tremendous lunch.
— Paul Eide (@EidePaul) October 23, 2014
We were fitted with some fire retardant driving suits (Who you calling a retardant?) and met NET10 Wireless Camping World Truck Series driver German Quiroga, who gave us an idea of what to expect on the track.
Then, we went through a safety briefing lead by our Crew Chief. It was in-depth and complex, and though appreciated, I zoned out for most of it and dreamed about having the fastest MPH in the class.