Kentucky grandmas in assisted living facility go viral on TikTok for recreating Rihanna’s Super Bowl number
Kentucky grandmothers in a senior living facility recreated Rihanna's 2023 Super Bowl halftime show performance — going viral on TikTok with millions of views. They spoke to "Fox & Friends."foxnews.com
Super Bowl averages 113 million, 3rd-most watched in history
Sunday's Super Bowl was the third most-watched television show in history, with an estimated 113 million people watching the Kansas City Chiefs rally to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles. The 2015 game between New England and Seattle on NBC holds the record at 114,442,000 viewers followed by Super Bowl 48 in 2014 on Fox between Seattle and Denver (112,191,000). Fox said Monday that the preliminary numbers include the broadcasts on Fox and Fox Deportes as well as streaming on Fox and the NFL's digital sites.news.yahoo.com
UPressPlay Sports Vol. 3: EP 17
Host Richard Pereira, Sports Editor Cameron Priester, and staff writer Zachary Watts talk on FAU men’s basketball’s return to the AP Top 25 Poll at #25, expectations on the 2023 season for FAU Baseball, their thoughts on the Kansas City Chiefs winning SuperBowl LVII over the Philadelphia Eagles, and more!upressonline.com
Rally by Mahomes, Chiefs fuels comeback for sportsbooks
When Patrick Mahomes rallied the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl victory Sunday night, he also led a comeback for the sportsbooks. Kansas City's 38-35 win over Philadelphia meant the books were winners on the betting line, which generally favored the Eagles by 1 1/2 points and drew plenty of wagering on the NFC champions. “Best case was Chiefs and under,” texted Chuck Esposito, sportsbook director for Red Rock Resort in Las Vegas.news.yahoo.com
South Florida watch parties for Super Bowl Sunday
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will be competing for the Lombardi trophy in Super Bowl LVII. If you don’t want to watch the game at home, there’s plenty of hot spots where you can watch the big match up.
Chiefs' Mahomes to practice as usual on sprained ankle
The Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes went through a morning walkthrough Wednesday and intends to practice as usual, raising expectations that the All-Pro quarterback will not be slowed by his sprained right ankle in this weekend’s AFC title game against the Cincinnati Bengals.