In case you are looking to follow tonight’s BCS National Championship Game on Twitter, here are a few accounts and hashtags that may help you keep up with the college football action…
Once again, foursquare and AT&T have teamed up to launch a badge that celebrates an event that is the climatic moment for millions of office pools (for entertainment purposes only) across the nation: 2013 AT&T Final Four Fanatic foursquare badge.
Since most of us are going to be at work for a majority of the early round games, and may not have access to a TV, using the right digital tools to follow the game action is key. I wanted to find the best ways to follow the games digitally, so I did a little snooping.
Allstate, the title sponsor of Monday night’s BCS National Championship Game, is trying to get a little social media mileage out of its sponsorship dollars with the Allstate Championship Challenge on Facebook.
Mobile Marketer has an article today about the mobile app Chick-fil-A created for attendees of the bowl game last week (Peach Bowl) that they were lead sponsor of.
In case you are looking to follow tonight’s BCS games on Twitter, here are a few accounts and hashes that may help you keep up with the college football action:
foursquare and AT&T are teaming up to offer a badge for college football fans this Bowl Season.
Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough college basketball in March, the NCAA, CBS and Turner Sports have found a way to make you even less productive during the tournament. Their new March Madness On Demand app allows you to stream all of the Tournament games on your iOS device for free. The app […]