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You’ve made your bracket, and you’ve checked it twice…
Okay more than twice.
Monday April 4th marks the final game of the college basketball tournaments for 2016.
Hopefully you’ve been following along, gathering tips on how to use the XFINITY SportsApp and checking out recipes to enjoy during the games.
First things first. The final game is at 6:19PST. Stop reading, and go ahead and use the SportsApp to remind you, or maybe to record the game if for some reason you’re going to miss it. I can’t help you with spoilers, sorry.
Miss the last 4 games over the weekend? If you remember my chat with Kevin Stromme, you can go over the stats in the XFINITY SportsApp to brush up on plays and scores of the final two teams. For someone like me, who is distracted eleventeenbilllion times when I try to do or watch anything, this is soooo helpful.
I don’t know about you, but before the game on Monday, I’m headed to the store to pick up all the fixins for your game watching so you’re ready with good eats! It’s all about easy right?
You’ll want to make hummus.
And this refreshing ginger peach cocktail.
Don’t forget the bbq crockpot wings.
Not in the mood for wings? I won’t judge. I’m also a fan of nachos. I made these greek inspired nachos awhile back, and they also make a fantastic party food. They aren’t quite as portable as the wings, if you’re watching the final game at a friends house, but they’re pretty. That should score you points.
Here’s what makes the XFINITY SportsApp incredible, now that we’re wrapping up basketball, we’re nipping at the heels of both soccer and baseball. Go ahead and set up your favorite teams now (grab your remote and hit the trusty C button) and you won’t miss a game or any stats. You might even stay ahead of your friends.
Now that you’ve mastered the XFINITY SportsApp, what are you more excited about? Soccer season or baseball season?
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of XFINITY. The opinions and text are all mine.