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With less than a week to go until the NFC and AFC championship games, ticket sales for the two on the TicketNetwork.com exchange are at the lowest levels they've been in the past four years*. As you can see on the graph below, the sales trend has been downward for the past few years, but this year is particularly bad for the two. Whereas normally the NFC game sells moderately well, it has been performing worse year after year, and in 2015 it is only selling about as well as the AFC game. The AFC game was improving in sales for a few years until now. All in all, sales for both games are down 55% from the same period of time last year and down 68% from 2012.

Conference Championship Tickets Sold from 2012-2015

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What People Are Talking About

Mean Tweets - CFP Edition

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Anyone who watches Jimmy Kimmel Live! is familiar with his segment, “Mean Tweets,” where celebrities go on camera and read insulting tweets about themselves. Well before the CFP National Championship game between Ohio State and Oregon, ESPN aired a special edition of “Mean Tweets," featuring college football broadcasters and coaches. As usual, it’s hilarious.


After some time off, Luke Bryan will soon continue his “That’s My Kind of Night Tour,” with fellow country music stars, Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch. The fourth leg of Bryan’s tour, which kicks off on February 10th and ends on February 21st will make stops in Grand Rapids, MI, Evansville, IN, Louisville KY, Estero, FL, as well as two shows in Orlando, FL.

The “That’s My Kind of Night Tour,” where you can find tickets for here, is in support of his latest album, “Crash My Party” which debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard 200 and Top Country Album Charts when it was released in August of 2013.

On this leg of the tour, where the average selling ticket price was $117, Bryan will be performing hits from the album such as, “Crash My Party” and “That’s My Kind of Night,” as well as many more well-known songs. The“That’s My Kind of Night Tour,” which began in January 2014, will wrap up in Dublin, Ireland on March 8 of this year, after completing a total of 80 shows across North America and Europe.


Six Things "Back to the Future Part II" got Wrong

As we welcome in 2015, the year “Back to the Future Part II” takes place, the internet has become flooded with articles about what predictions the 1989 classic got right. Here’s a look at six predictions the movie got wrong.

Flying Cars

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While most people have never seen a flying car and you can’t go down to your local car dealership to buy one, they do technically exist, but only as prototypes. That said, it’s going to be a very long time until you can fly to the store to pick up a gallon of milk. However, it could become a reality (for the very wealthy) in our lifetime.


Stuart Scott, 1965-2015

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Stuart Scott became one of the most well-known and well-liked figures in the sports broadcasting industry during his 21 year career at ESPN. Coining catchphrases such as, “Like gravy on a biscuit, it’s all good!” and “As cool as the other side of the pillow,” Scott changed the dynamics of sports broadcasting forever. Diagnosed with a rare form of cancer in 2007, Scott made the most of everyday, living by his own words of wisdom, “When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and in the manner in which you live.” Unfortunately, after seven years of fighting, Scott passed away on January 4th at the age of 49. Although Scott may be gone, his lasting legacy and inspiration that we should never give up and never lose hope will live on forever. Rest in Peace, Stuart Scott.


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