Dec 16, 2004, 6:23 PM EDT
Wing Bowl 14 will be the first installment of the wing eating competition which will require you drunken fools to purchase a ticket to attend the event. I think this is a good idea given the fact that the proceeds are to go to charity and you won’t have Joe Drunk showing up at 2 a.m. and not being allowed in only to start rioting and then puking all over the security guards. Angelo was hyping up some announcement he is supposed to make at 7 a.m. on Monday. The Early line in Vegas has The Black Widow Sonya Thomas at 2-1.
Changes are in store for the next Wing Bowl, the annual wing-eating pageant run by WIP-AM (610). Among them: Attendees will have to buy a nominally priced ticket for Feb. 3′s bacchanal at the Wachovia Center. The Wing Bowl hitherto was free. Morning-show host Angelo Cataldi, promising more details at 7 a.m. tomorrow, says proceeds will go to charity. Ticketing is in order. The first event attracted 150 curiosity seekers to a hotel lobby in 1993. The 2005 Wing Bowl, held amid Eagles Super Bowl fever, drew an overflow crowd that swamped the Wachovia Center’s parking lot well before sunrise.
|puckstopper27 on Nick Young throws out Phillies…|
|sfsu on Snapshots: Flyers draw even in…|
|twine time on At least Evan Turner didn…|
|THOM on 2014 Philadelphia Eagles sched…|
- DeSean Jackson releases statement, denies any gang ties
- Swaggy uPdates: Nick Young gets in a hold-me-back fight, has sneakers stolen, and celebrates a missed 3
- Watch: The most Nick Young shot attempt in the history of Nick Young shot attempts
- Happy Black Friday: Evan Turner will pay you $500 for a $229 TV
- St. Joe's Ron Roberts is in the dunk contest tonight; we collected his most awesome YouTube clips
- Just 6 days to kickoff: Video to get ready for Union opener, some "kit" talk, and #USMNT shirts
- Maurice Edu has yet to play in Philly, yet he's already cooler (and nerdier) than you #throughglass
- Man hits ridiculous halfcourt shot during West Chester U. halftime contest, but won't get his $10,000
- This outlandish Penn State-themed Christmas light display is going to cost a lot of money