Props, Plates, and Paul Scheer: Everything to get you ready for Super Bowl 58

Props, Plates, and Paul Scheer: Everything to get you ready for Super Bowl 58

Sellout Crowd has you covered with Super Bowl prep from the game to the kitchen to the commercials

Bobby Howard

By Bobby Howard

| Feb 11, 2024, 8:06am CST

Bobby Howard

By Bobby Howard

Feb 11, 2024, 8:06am CST

There really is something for everyone on Super Bowl Sunday. 

The game has about as many gambling options as one can think of. The food brings a spread rivaled only by Thanksgiving. Heck, even the ads are good. 

In order to get you ready for Sunday’s big game, we at Sellout Crowd have decided to take a look at the angles beyond the X’s and O’s. On In The Trenches, Sam Mayes welcomes both The Fat Jack and Sassy Mama to take a look at the best Super Bowl bets and some recipes that will be sure to impress your friends. 

Oh, and for good measure, our friends at the Fantasy Football Advice Network interviewed Paul Scheer from FX’s The League, host of “How Did This Get Made?”, and star of 988’s new Super Bowl ad. Like I said, something for everyone!

So sit back, watch all three videos (we all know you didn’t plan on working that hard anyways), and get ready for what will be a great Super Bowl Sunday.

And that’s not all. Here’s more Super Bowl prep from the Sellout crew:

Mind Games with Guerin Emig: The Belldozer rolls into the Super Bowl again

https://selloutcrowd.com/oklahoma/2024/02/08/the-belldozer-rolls-into-super-bowl-again-with-m

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The Jenni & Berry Show: Big 12 quarterbacks back in style with Super Bowl LVIII matchup of Mahomes vs. Purdy

https://selloutcrowd.com/the-jenni-berry-show/2024/02/08/big-12-quarterbacks-back-in-style-with-super-58-matchup-of-mahomes-vs-purdy/

Conversations with Coach: George Kittle

https://selloutcrowd.com/conversations-with-coach/2024/01/25/george-kittles-path-from-norman-high-to-sundays-nfc-title-game/ 

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