Electric Football News Coverage


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Leave it to Deadspin.com to “go all the way” with an outstanding piece on Electric Football titled “How to Win At Electric Football, Using Pliers and a Cigarette Lighter.”

 

Like Peyton Manning surveying the scrimmage line, sportswriter and author Stefan Fatsis calls all the right plays in his succinct and thorough summary of our game. Not only does he cover the past, the present, and offer a brief preview of TudorCON 14, he features the tweaking videos from the MFCA web site done by Maurice “MoRob” Robinson. Add this to the recent Washington Post Magazine story and it’s been a great week for Electric Football. What a way to lead into TudorCON 14!!!

 

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ESPN adds to the building momentum for TudorCON 14, using Electric Football images on their front page tonight! This was paired image went with a TMQ (Tuesday Morning Quarterback) piece about the upcoming Super Bowl between the Broncos and Seahawks. Pretty amazing!!

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The Electric Football media train continues as we roll toward TudorCON 14! Uni-Watch.com posted "An Ode to Electric Football" yesterday, which is a very nice remembrance of Electric Football yesterday by author Dennis Check. The Unforgettable Buzz gets a nice review too. Is there any question that Electric Football is an ingrained part of American culture??

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Here's a piece featuring Electric Football great Corey Johnson that ran as preview to TudorCON 14 last Thursday (January 23, 2014). It was very nicely done, putting Electric Football and TudorCON 14 on the cover of the weekend "To Do" section of the Bucks County Courier Times. It definitely lead to additional walk-in traffic over the weekend.

 

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The Philadelphia Inquirer just ran a piece in their Sports section on TudorCON 14 titled "Relaunching Electric Football".  The article leaned heavily on the "local" aspects of Electric Football, talking with MFCA Hall of Famer Corey Johnson and Unforgettable Buzz author Earl Shores, who both grew up and live in the Philadelphia area. Another nice piece to add to the growing list of Tudor Games Electric Football clips!

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