posted Sep 2 2014 12:09PM
With pro football's regular season set to kick off this week (finally), Sportsnaut has dutifully ranked all 31 NFL stadiums, with Oakland's Alameda Coliseum and St. Louis' Edward Jones Dome coming in last and second-to-last, respectively. But what about the good ones?
Here are the Top 10:
We fully expect the Viking's new stadium to make this list in two years! Skol!
- 1. Lambeau Field (Green Bay)
- 2. Soldier Field (Chicago)
- 3. CenturyLink Field (Seattle)
- 4. Levi's Stadium (San Francisco)
- 5. AT&T Stadium (Dallas)
- 6. Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City)
- 7. Gillette Stadium (New England)
- 8. University of Phoenix Stadium (Arizona)
- 9. Heinz Field (Pittsburgh)
- 10. MetLife Stadium (New York)
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posted Sep 2 2014 5:41AM
FULL STORY: The very first Denny's in Manhattan opened over the weekend. And how did they celebrate finally cracking the New York City market? By selling a breakfast approximately 6,000% more expensive than their average breakfast.
The Denny's in New York City has an item on the menu called the Grand Cru Slam. You get two standard Grand Slam breakfasts of eggs, pancakes, sausage, and bacon . . . but it also comes with a bottle of 2004 Dom Perignon Premier Cru champagne.
Denny's says that's actually a BARGAIN . . . most restaurants in New York City sell that same bottle for at least $400. Plus, you know, it doesn't come with pancakes and sausage and stuff.
They're also offering fancy cocktails that sell for around $10 each. And the inside does NOT look like a typical Denny's . . . it looks more like a real restaurant.
(New York Daily News)
posted Sep 1 2014 12:38PM
North Dakota State lost 12 starters and its head coach from a team that won a third consecutive FCS championship last season.
It might not make any difference.
One week into a new season, the Bison look just as efficient as ever under new coach Chris Klieman.
John Crockett ran for 138 yards and three touchdowns, including an 80-yard burst that helped turn the game around, and North Dakota State beat Iowa State 34-14 on Saturday for its 25th straight victory.
Oh, and they also rallied from a 14-0 deficit for their fifth consecutive victory against FBS competition.
Note to the entire Football Bowl Subdivision, and the Big 12 Conference in particular: Stop scheduling North Dakota State.
(Source: USA Today)