Kurt Warner Biopic ‘American Underdog’ To Hit Theaters Christmas Day

Two decades ago, in events many have called too unreal to be a movie, Kurt Warner went from stocking groceries in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to only months later, being signed as a starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams and leading them to a dramatic Super Bowl victory.

Since his pivotal first season in 1999 — popularly known as “the greatest show on turf” — the world has come to know Warner, who retired from pro football in 2010, as a hardworking overcome, devoted husband of his wife Brenda, loving father of seven kids, and a public figure who takes his Christian faith seriously.

This Christmas, those remarkable early chapters of his biography will hit the big screen in “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story.” Lionsgate has just released the first trailer for the inspirational biopic starring Zachary Levi (“Shazam”) as Warner, Academy Award winner Anna Paquin (“The Piano”) as his wife Brenda, and Dennis Quaid (“Frequency,” “Blue Miracle”) as St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil.

“American Underdog” brings filmmaking brothers and co-directors Jon and Andrew Erwin into a brighter global spotlight. They have over a decade of inspirational hits under their belt, including 2014’s family comedy “Moms’ Night Out” (starring Sean Astin and Patricia Heaton) and 2018 music biopic “I Can Only Imagine.” After the latter’s $86 million worldwide box office windfall, major Hollywood studio Lionsgate inked a long-term deal with Kingdom Story Company led by the Erwins alongside producers Kevin Downes and Tony Young.

“It really gives people hope,” said co-star Paquin. “He’s come from nothing. He’s tried, he’s failed, he’s picked himself back up again. Eventually, he actually succeeds at getting his dream.”

Clearly longtime fans of Warner, the Erwins consider partnering with him on this biopic a match made in heaven. “Kurt and Brenda Warner’s true story of faith and determination deeply inspired Andy and me,” said Jon Erwin in a statement. “We can’t wait for it to inspire audiences all over America this Christmas. It’s the perfect time to come together as a family and have your dreams rekindled. If he can accomplish his dream, so can all of us.”

The screenplay is based on NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner’s bestselling memoir “All Things Possible: My Story of Faith, Football, and the First Miracle Season,” with the former NFL star and his wife also executive producers on the film.

Sports Drama Seeks NFL-Sized Audience

In depicting Warner’s unlikely NFL debut in its Midwest context, “American Underdog” attempts to straddle the line between two genres: an inspirational sports biopic akin to Disney-produced “Invincible” starring Mark Wahlberg, as well as a small-town love story where local church and personal beliefs play a significant role.

The filmmakers aspire to top their past efforts in both genres, made possible with a budget that reportedly far eclipses their earlier projects. Past entries by the Erwins include 2015’s football flick “Woodlawn” produced on a shoestring budget, and 2020’s true-story romantic tear-jerker “I Still Believe” about Grammy-winning music artist Jeremy Camp, which starred KJ Apa and Britt Robertson.

The increased budget enables the Erwins to enhance their tried-and-true production process. For the script, “Friday Night Lights” writer David Aaron Cohen shares credit for the screenplay with Jon Erwin and frequent collaborator Jon Gunn. Significantly, renowned Hollywood producer Mark Ciardi (“Miracle,” “The Rookie”), known for dramatizing realistic on-field gameplay, joined the creative team to spearhead sports action scenes.

Yet audiences who once flocked to faith-and-family fare have become more savvy, following a glut of titles that lacked production excellence or allowed a heavy-handed evangelistic impulse to overshadow all-ages storytelling. Beyond the Erwins, box office returns and streaming charts reveal a few players as masters of the genre, all with new releases on the horizon.

They include producer DeVon Franklin (“Daring to Live”), LightWorkers led by Roma Downey (“On A Wing and A Prayer”), Monarch Media (“The Black Belt”), Affirm Films (untitled George Foreman biopic), producer Mark Joseph (“Reagan”), and, of course, director Mel Gibson, whose long-rumored sequel to “The Passion of the Christ” is underway.

In a crowded market, the Erwins seek to stand out by having the full backing of a major studio. Joe Drake, chair of Lionsgate’s Motion Picture Group, ticks off all the ways that “American Underdog” aligns with what audiences love about the holiday season.

“The power of faith. A drive to bring out the best in all of us. The strength of family. And, of course, the height of the NFL championship season,” he said in a statement. “When you take all of that together, the perfect release date for this movie is Christmas Day, and that’s where we have decided to date it.”

American Underdog,” will be in theaters on December 25.

Josh Shepherd covers culture, faith, and public policy for several media outlets including The Stream. His articles have appeared in Christianity Today, Religion & Politics, Faithfully Magazine, Religion News Service, and Providence Magazine. A graduate of the University of Colorado, he previously worked on staff at The Heritage Foundation and Focus on the Family. Josh and his wife live in the Washington, D.C. area with their two children.





Source link

Kurt Warner Biopic ‘American Underdog’ To Hit Theaters Christmas Day

Two decades ago, in events many have called too unreal to be a movie, Kurt Warner went from stocking groceries in Cedar Rapids, Iowa to only months later, being signed as a starting quarterback for the St. Louis Rams and leading them to a dramatic Super Bowl victory.

Since his pivotal first season in 1999 — popularly known as “the greatest show on turf” — the world has come to know Warner, who retired from pro football in 2010, as a hardworking overcome, devoted husband of his wife Brenda, loving father of seven kids, and a public figure who takes his Christian faith seriously.

This Christmas, those remarkable early chapters of his biography will hit the big screen in “American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story.” Lionsgate has just released the first trailer for the inspirational biopic starring Zachary Levi (“Shazam”) as Warner, Academy Award winner Anna Paquin (“The Piano”) as his wife Brenda, and Dennis Quaid (“Frequency,” “Blue Miracle”) as St. Louis Rams head coach Dick Vermeil.

“American Underdog” brings filmmaking brothers and co-directors Jon and Andrew Erwin into a brighter global spotlight. They have over a decade of inspirational hits under their belt, including 2014’s family comedy “Moms’ Night Out” (starring Sean Astin and Patricia Heaton) and 2018 music biopic “I Can Only Imagine.” After the latter’s $86 million worldwide box office windfall, major Hollywood studio Lionsgate inked a long-term deal with Kingdom Story Company led by the Erwins alongside producers Kevin Downes and Tony Young.

“It really gives people hope,” said co-star Paquin. “He’s come from nothing. He’s tried, he’s failed, he’s picked himself back up again. Eventually, he actually succeeds at getting his dream.”

Clearly longtime fans of Warner, the Erwins consider partnering with him on this biopic a match made in heaven. “Kurt and Brenda Warner’s true story of faith and determination deeply inspired Andy and me,” said Jon Erwin in a statement. “We can’t wait for it to inspire audiences all over America this Christmas. It’s the perfect time to come together as a family and have your dreams rekindled. If he can accomplish his dream, so can all of us.”

The screenplay is based on NFL Hall of Famer Kurt Warner’s bestselling memoir “All Things Possible: My Story of Faith, Football, and the First Miracle Season,” with the former NFL star and his wife also executive producers on the film.

Sports Drama Seeks NFL-Sized Audience

In depicting Warner’s unlikely NFL debut in its Midwest context, “American Underdog” attempts to straddle the line between two genres: an inspirational sports biopic akin to Disney-produced “Invincible” starring Mark Wahlberg, as well as a small-town love story where local church and personal beliefs play a significant role.

The filmmakers aspire to top their past efforts in both genres, made possible with a budget that reportedly far eclipses their earlier projects. Past entries by the Erwins include 2015’s football flick “Woodlawn” produced on a shoestring budget, and 2020’s true-story romantic tear-jerker “I Still Believe” about Grammy-winning music artist Jeremy Camp, which starred KJ Apa and Britt Robertson.

The increased budget enables the Erwins to enhance their tried-and-true production process. For the script, “Friday Night Lights” writer David Aaron Cohen shares credit for the screenplay with Jon Erwin and frequent collaborator Jon Gunn. Significantly, renowned Hollywood producer Mark Ciardi (“Miracle,” “The Rookie”), known for dramatizing realistic on-field gameplay, joined the creative team to spearhead sports action scenes.

Yet audiences who once flocked to faith-and-family fare have become more savvy, following a glut of titles that lacked production excellence or allowed a heavy-handed evangelistic impulse to overshadow all-ages storytelling. Beyond the Erwins, box office returns and streaming charts reveal a few players as masters of the genre, all with new releases on the horizon.

They include producer DeVon Franklin (“Daring to Live”), LightWorkers led by Roma Downey (“On A Wing and A Prayer”), Monarch Media (“The Black Belt”), Affirm Films (untitled George Foreman biopic), producer Mark Joseph (“Reagan”), and, of course, director Mel Gibson, whose long-rumored sequel to “The Passion of the Christ” is underway.

In a crowded market, the Erwins seek to stand out by having the full backing of a major studio. Joe Drake, chair of Lionsgate’s Motion Picture Group, ticks off all the ways that “American Underdog” aligns with what audiences love about the holiday season.

“The power of faith. A drive to bring out the best in all of us. The strength of family. And, of course, the height of the NFL championship season,” he said in a statement. “When you take all of that together, the perfect release date for this movie is Christmas Day, and that’s where we have decided to date it.”

American Underdog,” will be in theaters on December 25.

Josh Shepherd covers culture, faith, and public policy for several media outlets including The Stream. His articles have appeared in Christianity Today, Religion & Politics, Faithfully Magazine, Religion News Service, and Providence Magazine. A graduate of the University of Colorado, he previously worked on staff at The Heritage Foundation and Focus on the Family. Josh and his wife live in the Washington, D.C. area with their two children.





Source link

Chris Cuomo and Joy Reid Compete for the Most Asinine Take of the Day – RedState

I feel like I’m saying this a lot these days, but yesterday was a banner day for absurdity in the news media. Unwilling to even attempt to hide their biases anymore, CNN’s Chris Cuomo and MSNBC’s Joy Reid took to the airwaves in order to engage in a fierce competition for who could give the most asinine take of the day.

Reid delivered the first volley with a hot take about Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema that ignores two major issues. Behold, your intellectual betters in all their glory.

I hate to break it to Reid, but Joe Manchin nor Kyrsten Sinema aren’t up for re-election in 2022, therefore, they won’t be affected by the lack of passage of either the infrastructure bill or the reconciliation bill. You’d think a primetime “news” host would have some basic knowledge about the political environment she covers, but who am I kidding, this is Joy Reid we are talking about.

Besides, West Virginia is a deeply red state. Why would the conservative voters there, a segment of whom vote for Manchin as an exception, care whether another inflation-busting boondoggle goes through? Heck, Manchin would gain voters if he just said no completely and became a Republican. And while Arizona is more purple, Sinema is also not going to lose votes over the Democrats not getting what they want.

In short, Reid’s tough-girl act makes no sense. She’s so ignorant of the topic she’s discussing that she’s citing leverage that simply doesn’t exist. Nothing would make Manchin happier than for Democrats to save him from having to vote on the $3.5 trillion reconciliation bill.

But while Reid’s suggestion might have seemed like the most ill-informed, asinine take of the day, Chris Cuomo was waiting silently in the wings, ready to unleash.

This idiotic rant stems from an out-of-context picture that went viral claiming CBP agents were “whipping” Haitian illegal immigrants. In reality, the agent in question is reaching out with his hand while the reins of the horse flap on their own about from all the jostling. That didn’t stop CNN’s most vapid host from still making comparisons to slavery and claiming that the Border Patrol is concerned with the “brown menace.”

What makes this so egregious, though, is that Cuomo said what he said hours after the original report was proven false. Heck, you can look at the picture yourself and see no one is being whipped. Yet, he went on air knowing the truth about what happened and chose to lie about racist CBP agents whipping black people for sport anyway.

And for that reason, I’m going to declare Cuomo the winner here. At least Joy Reid’s ridiculous take was borne out of pure ignorance. Cuomo’s was malicious and disgusting as a purposeful slander of overwhelmed CBP agents. So with that said, congrats to the dumber Cuomo brother on his victory.





Source link

Rep. Madison Cawthorn compares vaccine mandates to ‘modern day segregation’

Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., compared vaccine mandates implemented by the federal government to modern-day segregation. 

According to The Hill, the freshmen congressmen appeared on Newsmax Tuesday to discuss the Biden administration’s recent federal vaccine mandates.  

Newsmax’s Chris Salcedo provided the example of three black women in New York City who were denied entry to a restaurant due to their vaccination status. According to The Hill, the women claimed their denial was based on racism rather than their vaccination status. 

Cawthorn responded to the controversy by saying he agrees with the women’s assertions. 

“I can’t believe I’m actually agreeing with them, but this is weaponized mandates, when no American, regardless of skin color, should be giving up their personal liberty so easily. … Right now, what you’re seeing is, you’re seeing this medical apartheid, which is causing modern-day segregation,” Cawthorn said. 

Salcedo went on to note that large numbers of unvaccinated remain within minority populations. As a result, they are more likely to get denied entry to establishments that require proof of vaccination. 

“Every single minority activist should be up in arms right now, saying, ‘You are hurting the people who need help the very most with this actual mandate.’ It should be rescinded, and we should never be a country that forces mandates down the throats of Americans,” Cawthorn added.

Cawthorn’s comments come just a few weeks after President Biden implement a vaccine mandate for companies with over 100 employees. 



Source link

Sport-Charity launches campaign to tackle dementia on World Alzheimer’s Day

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football – Euro 2020 – Final – Italy v England – Wembley Stadium, London, Britain – July 11, 2021 Former England footballer Geoff Hurst inside the stadium before the match Pool via REUTERS/Carl Recine/File Photo

September 20, 2021

(Reuters) – Former players and coaches across sport have joined a campaign by British dementia charity Alzheimer’s Society to tackle the stigma around the neurodegenerative disease and support people affected by the condition on World Alzheimer’s Day on Tuesday.

The Sport United Against Dementia (SUAD) campaign aims to increase the awareness and capacity of its support services, and is backed by soccer greats such as Geoff Hurst and Denis Law as well as former cricketers Andrew Flintoff and Shane Warne.

“Sport is able to draw attention to an issue or cause like nothing else can. Sport United Against Dementia is fortunate to have household name talent getting behind our work for this crucial campaign,” SUAD chair Richard Thompson said.

Manchester United and Scotland great Law, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and vascular dementia last month, is part of the campaign and, along with his family, has raised over 40,000 pounds ($54,596.00) for the charity.

Hurst, England’s hat-trick hero from the 1966 World Cup final, backed the campaign after many of his international team mates, including Nobby Stiles and Jack and Bobby Charlton, were diagnosed with the condition.

The campaign will fund research into the causes and risk factors of dementia, including a study with elite rugby players and an informal pilot study with top soccer players.

Former England rugby internationals Ben Kay and Martin Bayfield are involved in the study, which will look at whether elite rugby players show early warning signs of dementia.

Head injuries, concussions and their potential long-term health impact have been in the spotlight in rugby since former players filed a class-action lawsuit against governing bodies, including World Rugby, alleging a failure to minimise risks.

($1 = 0.7327 pounds)

(Reporting by Hritika Sharma in Bengaluru; Editing by Ken Ferris)





Source link

Wisconsin audit to determine what was supposed to happen on Election Day, chief investigator says

The latest update on Assembly Speaker Robin Vos’ election investigation comes with a promise and a warning.

Former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Mike Gableman released a YouTube video on Monday, explaining his investigation into Election Day 2020.

“My job as special counsel is to gather all relevant information. And while I will draw my own conclusions, my goal is to put everything I know and everything I learn before you. So you can make up your own mind,” Gableman said. “But I think it’s critical to know that an obstruction of this office is an obstruction of each citizen’s right to know whether all ballots were appropriately counted; that our elections were managed with fairness, inclusivity and accountability.”

Gableman is collecting evidence as part of one of two investigations in the Assembly into how last year’s elections were managed. The other investigation is being run out of the Assembly Committee on Elections, led by Rep. Janel Brandtjen, R-Menomonee Falls.

Gableman said in his video that he is continuing to collect evidence, although he didn’t say just just what he is looking for.

“The purpose of this investigation is to determine what was supposed to happen in our elections, and what did happen. To see what went well, as well as to see what might have gone badly,” Gableman explained. “If things did go wrong, we will submit recommendations for how problems should be addressed so voters have complete confidence in our elections going forward.”

Gableman added that his investigation will be driven by “a search for the truth” and not by “political priorities and political timetables.”

Gableman last week sent a letter to Wisconsin’s 1,922 election clerks asking them to preserve “any and all” data from their voting machines. Milwaukee and Dane county’s clerks have already said they will not turn that evidence over to Gableman. In Monday’s video, he hinted that subpoenas may be coming for that information.

Gableman also tried to spell out the goal of his investigation, and dismissed the notion that he is somehow trying to show that President Trump really won Wisconsin last November.

“This is not an election contest. We are not challenging the results of the 2020 election” Gableman said. “Rather we are holding government officials accountable to the public for their actions surrounding the elections.”



Source link

Brazil reports over 150,000 COVID-19 cases in one day amid Rio backlog

FILE PHOTO: Nurse Danila Bassi, member of an Emergency Mobile Care Service (SAMU) team, holds the hand of Marley das Gracas, 42, who tested positive for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), inside an ambulance, in Sao Bernardo do Campo, Brazil, March 24, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli/File Photo

September 19, 2021

BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil reported 935 COVID-19 deaths on Saturday and some 150,106 additional cases, according to data released by the nation’s Health Ministry, an unusually large number due to what officials said was an adjustment in how case numbers are tabulated.

Some 92,614 cases occurred in Rio de Janeiro in recent months, but only entered into the official count in the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry said.

Rio’s state-level health ministry attributed the number of cases registered to new demands from the federal Health Ministry regarding case counting, the details of which were not revealed.

The state health ministry “emphasizes that these are not cases that occurred in the last 24 hours, but rather cases that were not displayed before due to changes in the federal (case counting) system,” it said. “Of these cases, 62% occurred in 2021.”

At least two other states – Paraiba in the northeast and Sao Paulo in the southeast – have seen unusual case jumps in recent days due to changes in the federal case count, according to national media reports.

The South American country https://graphics.reuters.com/world-coronavirus-tracker-and-maps/countries-and-territories/brazil has registered a total of 590,508 coronavirus deaths and 21.2 million total confirmed cases.

(Reporting by Isabel Versiani in Brasilia and Gram Slattery in Rio de Janeiro; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)





Source link

Crowds flock to Champs-Elysees during Paris car-free day

People walk near the Arc de Triomphe monument, fully wrapped as part of an art installation entitled “L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped” conceived by the late artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude, on the Champs Elysees avenue during a car-free sunday in Paris, France, September 19, 2021. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier

September 19, 2021

PARIS (Reuters) – Crowds of Parisians and tourists strolled along the Champs-Elysees avenue on Sunday as a car-free day removed most of the traffic from the French capital’s usually busy streets.

Pedestrians wandering along the most famous thoroughfare in Paris could view the Arc de Triomphe in its temporary guise as an art installation. The monument has been covered in silvery wrapping, as conceived by the late artist Christo.

“It’s our chance to walk on the ‘Champs’, to look at the Arc de Triomphe face-to-face and not just from the sidewalk,” said Annie Matuszewski, a 68-year-old Parisian.

Paris held its first car-free day in 2015 in a central zone, expanding the initiative in 2017 to other districts within the city limits. Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo has sought to use the annual event to curb vehicle use and reduce air pollution.

Other thoroughfares in the capital on Sunday were filled with walkers and cyclists, although buses, taxis and residents using cars for essential journeys could still use some streets.

The Socialist mayor, a candidate in next year’s presidential election, has also reduced the speed limit on most of the city’s streets to 30 kilometres per hour (19 miles per hour) from 50 kph and pedestrianised some busy roads along the river Seine.

But her policies have irritated motorists, particularly some residents of the suburbs who complain they do not have adequate alternative forms of transport.

“Car-free day is great if we integrate the entire Paris region,” said Patrice, a retiree in the suburbs. “Otherwise, it’s almost as if they’re saying people living in Paris are doing fine inside their perimeter, and everything outside is not worth their attention.”

(Reporting by Ardee Napolitano; Writing by Gus Trompiz; Editing by Edmund Blair)





Source link

Joe Biden’s terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day – HotAir

By any measure, Friday, September 17, 2021, will go down in the books as one of the worst days of Joe Biden’s presidency. (At least so far, anyway.) How bad was it? Bad enough that even Jonathan Lemire
and Zeke Miller of the Associated Press felt compelled to tally up the damage for all of us. And in reality, it wasn’t even just “a bad day.” It took barely an hour for all of the bad news to rain down on Uncle Joe’s head in what the AP reporters termed “one stunning afternoon.” The news is framed as a series of “setbacks” that may “imperil Biden’s reset.” Let’s take a look at a few of the details, though we’ve already mentioned several aspects of these stories here.

It was an hour President Joe Biden would no doubt like to forget.

On Friday, the Pentagon acknowledged that a drone strike in Afghanistan killed 10 civilians, including seven children, not terrorists. A panel advising the Food and Drug Administration voted to not recommend COVID booster shots for all Americans over 16, dashing an administration hope. And France announced it was recalling its ambassador to the U.S. out of anger for being cut out of a secret nuclear submarine deal Biden had struck with the United Kingdom and Australia.

Each of the three headlines they’re talking about would qualify as “bad news” for any administration. The stunning part is how quickly they unfolded, one after another. Cable news network anchors could barely keep up, though many of them bravely tried to paint a brighter picture for the White House. Two of the stories had been percolating for a while, but one of them took everyone completely by surprise.

The news about the drone strike had been out there for weeks, though initially, the administration had claimed that we had taken out some ISIS-K terrorists. Suspicions had grown this week amid allegations on the ground that the dead were actually innocent civilians, most of whom were children. But the Pentagon admitted to it on Friday afternoon, setting off a flurry of explanations and apologies.

They barely had time to trot out a spokesperson to talk about the drone strike, however, when the news broke about the FDA voting against nearly all of the booster shots that Biden had previously declared would begin making the rounds by Monday. A delay in the next phase of the vaccination campaign wouldn’t have been big news were it not for the “Follow the Science” team at the White House having gotten out in front of the actual science.

And then the bombshell about the secret deal to provide Australia with nuclear submarines resulted in France yanking their ambassadors from both the United States and Australia. By that point, rumor has it that Jen Psaki had to buy a new pair of running shoes after that many mad dashes from her office to the podium in the press briefing room in such a short period of time.

This might not have been nearly as interesting of a story, however, were it not for the way the Associated Press chose to frame it. The article linked above initially summarizes the three pieces of horrible Biden headlines by saying, “The punishing headlines, all within an hour, underscored the perils for any president from the uncontrollable events that can define a term in office.”

I’m sorry… did you really just describe these as “uncontrollable events” that can define a presidency? When it comes to the drone strike, I will certainly grant you that the fog of war can lead to bad outcomes at times. But still, someone in the chain of command gave the green light to send that Predator in and they will have to own up to the consequences.

As to the other two headlines, describing them as “uncontrollable events” is preposterous malarkey. That backfire on the boosters took place for one reason and one reason only. Biden must have known that the FDA hadn’t even held their meeting on the question of boosters when he put out his September 20th deadline to begin distributing them weeks in advance. All he had to do was practice what he preaches and wait for the scientists to announce their findings. That was an own-goal of epic proportions, not an “uncontrollable event.”

And as I already wrote about this morning, the submarine deal with Australia leading to the French blowing a gasket was entirely the result of crappy diplomacy at the White House. France was left in the dark while Biden’s team was negotiating a deal that they knew would cost France nearly $100 billion. Of course they were infuriated. But if they had been brought in on the negotiations and a new economic project had been found to cut their losses, they would have gone along with the plan just like they always do with their allies. That was 100% Joe Biden’s fault and not “uncontrollable” in any way.

The AP reporters flatly admit that Biden’s aides had in recent days “quietly expressed relief that the chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal … has receded from headlines.” They also note that Biden was trying to “pivot” away from the Afghanistan story and engage in some sort of media “reset.” The first part of that isn’t entirely true because the botched withdrawal is still generating bad news. But they are correct in the fact that the Democrats’ loyal stenographers in much of the MSM had been doing their best to ignore those headlines. But while the desire to “pivot” was obvious, this confluence of events is making it very challenging. And I get the feeling that both the White House and Biden’s friends in the press corps aren’t going to have an easy time trying to blame all of this on Trump.



Source link

It’s Another Incredible Day Of College Football In America

Ladies and gentlemen, week three of the college football season has arrived.

After an absolutely incredible week in Las Vegas tearing it up and spending some time with family and friends, I think I’m finally relaxed and ready for today. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

I tried my best to get some rest and relaxation Friday, and I’m ready to roll.

Not only is another day of college football, but we have two massive games today. We have Florida and Alabama squaring up in what should be an SEC matchup for the ages and we have Auburn traveling up to Penn State.

Both of those games should be absolutely incredible, and both likely have playoff implications. It’s week three and the stakes are already high!

I can’t speak for everyone, but I know what I’m up to today. I picked up some Senate Beer from Right Proper Brewing, I have some meat ready for burgers, the boys are gonna get together and we’re going to embrace week three like tomorrow isn’t coming.

That’s a guarantee you can take to the bank.

Let’s get after it, gentlemen! We’ve earned this!





Source link