It’s been a long, food filled holiday weekend and of all the times I’ve been out and about the last three years, I can say that being home for four days was the perfect change of pace. There’s plenty of bars out there for me to frequent, both old and new, but for this week’s barspot I wanted to do something different. Maybe it was celebrating being in a new home or maybe I was just too tired to try to marathon 3 straight days of football at a bar, but it was hight time to spent some home time. So this week, I’ll review my time at home and gives ome pointers on how to do it right.
Continue reading Homespotting is Where the Heart is
Okay, so no, I’m not talking about VH1 and guests like Chris Jericho and the unfunny guy from The State, I’m talking about college football! Every year I’m reminded that we get piles upon piles of traditional football matchups on top of piles and piles of turkey. This year is a little different, however. The rivalry games are all over the place, but alot of them have national title implications. It’s only halfway through the weekend and already the BCS title race has been blown up, kinda.
Continue reading GameDay: KCGGD’s Best Weekend Evar
Okay, so it’s a little late, but I was enthralled with the bevy of college football that was on a Friday. So I apologize for being late, but it’s better than never. I know everyone out there was sitting there wondering just what the latest pick set was available in between the football and more football today. Welp, we had some picks for today come and go but we also have some ready to rock for tomorrow. If you got the time like I do on this long Thanksgiving Day Weekend, then check out the picks and see how you’ve fared.
Continue reading Pick It And Stick It: Better Late Than Never
You know, when I started this blog, it was all about going out. My main reason was to watch college football at its maximum potential. I couldn’t afford a rig so a bar was the next best thing. I’ve watched some football before at home but this time I’m going all out. The games are spread out perfectly, not unlike a Thanksgiving dinner, this weekend so I figured what better way to graze on the games while I graze on leftovers by staying home and watching it from KCCGD Headquarters. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone out there and I hope you have as much fun watching the great action as I do.
Continue reading Homespotting: My Home and Yours for Turkey Day Weekend
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