Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday! Millions will watch the big game on their TVs, don their team jerseys, and consume unthinkable amounts of food and drink. Whether you’re an NFL fanatic or just in it for the commercials, the Super Bowl is undeniably a huge social event.
In this week’s edition of FrontPoint Picks, it’s all about the big game. For you procrastinators who flourish under pressure, we’ll help make sure your Super Bowl party isn’t a dud by providing a huge list of game-day recipes. And if you’re not a fan of football at all? Don’t worry, we have you covered as well.
Whatever your plans are tomorrow, we hope you enjoy yourself!
- 48 Things You Need to Know about Super Bowl XLVIII
Not everyone watches football, and the NFL season is a long one, so it’s understandable if you’re unaware of some of the finer details about the Super Bowl. Heck, even the biggest fans don’t know everything. With these 48 facts about this year’s Super Bowl, you’ll be an expert in no time! Impress your friends with obscure stats, and knowledge about Richard Sherman’s now-infamous interview.
- Last Minute Football Feast
Waited until the last minute to prep food for the Super Bowl? Luckily, there’s still plenty of time before the game kicks off on Sunday, at 6:30 PM ET. If you get started now, you’ll have plenty of time to cook up an item (or more!) off this long list of Super Bowl recipes.
- Super Bowl Party Tips for Non-Football Fans
Some Super Bowl party attendees don’t have any particular interest in the game itself, they might just enjoy the commercials and the social atmosphere. If you’re one of these people, follow these tips so you can enjoy yourself, while also keeping it enjoyable for others.
- Puppy Bowl 2014
Broncos and Seahawks are not exactly the cuddliest animals around, so if you’d prefer something cuter and fluffier, Animal Planet will be hosting their annual Puppy Bowl. Instead of grown men crashing into each other, it’ll be puppies (and appearances from kittens and even penguins!) running around for your viewing pleasure.
- Groundhog Day
Don’t forget that tomorrow is also Groundhog Day! Lost in the Super Bowl craze is the fact that on this day, a groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil will determine if we get an early spring or six more weeks of winter. After the polar vortex and a bone-chilling winter, we don’t think we can handle six more weeks. Visit the holiday’s official site to learn more about the legend.