Football Banners and Flags that Will WOW the Crowd

According to FIFA, the world’s favourite team has been played around the world for more than 100 years. It all began in 1863 in England, when rugby football and association football branched off on their different courses and the Football Association in England was formed – becoming the sport’s first governing body.

With the history of football being said, it would only make sense to ask what that football is nothing without football banners and flags is. Since the beginning of the game football banners and flags has been used to promote the game all around the world. Football banners and flags play a significant role in the game especially in giving the players the support and the confidence they need. It creates the right environment to the players Take a look around, does the environment inspire confidence in players that they can turn up, give their all and contribute to a club that’s heading in the right direction? You can make small improvements to this by investing in new equipment or sprucing up your clubhouse or changing rooms. The working environment is the key to making your team a happy and motivated one. Make sure everything you do is geared towards creating that environment.

 Football Banners and Flags

If you are looking for the best football team banners and flags that will ultimately wow the crowd and make your players feel important, there is no need to search any further because Team Sport Banners is the most trusted football banners and flags makers in all of Southern and Northern California. All of their products are made from heavy duty and high-quality vinyl that can withstand any types of weather. The digitally printed designs will stay vibrant despite the erratic change of weather so you know that whether it rains or shine, your football banners and flags will still look as new throughout the entire season. (more…)

DC’s Heisman Ballot: Week 14

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We’re far enough into the season to discard the Heisman ballot categories and roll right into it because this is clearly a four person race now. Leonard Fournette fell off the face of the Earth after LSU imploded. Trevone Boykin and Baylor’s entire offense got hurt. Dalvin Cook…well, Dalvin Cook actually had a monster season but for some reason Heisman voters are reluctant to invite a Florida State standout who recently assaulted a woman…can’t imagine why. As for Navy’s Keenan Reynolds, voters who have railed against his candidacy have claimed the Heisman isn’t a “career achievement award,” and ESPN has agreed enough to pull him off their ballot completely:

1. DERRICK HENRY, RB, ALABAMA: Henry probably locked this thing up with his 271 yard performance in the Iron Bowl which pushed his season total to 1,797 yards and eclipsed Trent Richardson’s Alabama record. Another strong performance in the SEC Championship Game should swing the seven (of 30) Gannett survey respondents who don’t have Henry leading their ballot.

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Monday Medicine: West Point

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I don’t know what to say anymore. Another December trip to Philadelphia, another heartbreaking loss to Navy. This has to be the most excruciating run in the history of college football. If I was a player at Army and had to accept SMU’s Death Penalty in exchange for beating Navy when we got football back I’d do it in less than a second. Check out what we wrote about Army’s last minute loss in 2011:

That was FIVE seasons ago! Take all of that misery and depression and futility…and add half a decade to it…that’s Army football in 2015. The seniors on this year’s Army team were in high school when we wrote that. That’s the program they inherited, and now they’re leaving West Point with an 0-4 mark against Navy like a decade of players before them. That is incomprehensibly brutal. Hire Chip Kelly or something, guys. This can’t continue.

Wager Wednesday: Bowl Season, Week 1

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We’re not doing a preview for every bowl game this year because we’re lazy, the Playoff has rendered most of these games even more pointless than they were, and once again, we’re lazy. Instead we’ll be rolling out Wager Wednesday style picks throughout the postseason so you can get slaughtered in your Bowl Pick Em Pool (if our Wager Wednesday performance this year is any indication). Here’s the first dose, covering all five game this Saturday…check back next week for more updates:

AUTO NATION CURE BOWL – ORLANDO, FL
GEORGIA STATE (+4) vs. SAN JOSE STATE: The first ever Cure Bowl gives us all the exciting chance to…ummm…see the newly renovated Orlando Citrus Bowl! So that’s something! Georgia State was 1-23 under Trent Miles entering the season and started their 2015 campaign 2-6, so it’s no small miracle that they’re even here. I’ll take the points for a team that hot. The Pick: Georgia State.

GILDAN NEW MEXICO BOWL – ALBUQUERQUE, NM
ARIZONA (-11.5) vs. NEW MEXICO: Last time Arizona played in the New Mexico Bowl they came back from a 21-0 deficit in one of the highest scoring, most entertaining games of the 2012 postseason. I don’t think they’re going to need that kind of last minute effort to knock off the Lobos. The line’s high enough to scare me, but in Rich Rod We Trust [vomits forever]. The Pick: Arizona. (more…)

Wager Wednesday: Bowl Week

 

Wager Wednesday Bowl Week

It’s Christmas vacation and you’ve got better things to do than sit around reading snarky college football picks, but jussssttttt in case you’re still in the office this week we’re running through all of the December 23-29 bowl games in this week’s Wager Wednesday. We’ll be back next week with our picks for the remaining games and the College Football Playoff. Merry Christmas ya filthy animals.

SAN DIEGO COUNTY CREDIT UNION POINSETTIA BOWL
BOISE STATE (-8) vs. NORTHERN ILLINOIS: The Broncos and Huskies meet in a battle of mid-majors that miss the BCS…give us the Broncs for old time’s sake. The Pick: Boise State.

GODADDY BOWL
GEORGIA SOUTHERN (+7.5) vs. BOWLING GREEN: The Georgia Southern offense is worth clicking over to ESPN, but they can’t keep up with the Falcons. The Pick: BGSU. (more…)