The 2011 Quicken Loans Carrier Classic went off last Friday night without a hitch and man, was it an event to remember.
Well, it most certainly has been an exciting couple months when it comes to the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic. With all of the hype and hoopla surrounding it, it was almost hard to believe that this day was ever going to come. It has, and here we are. It only seems fitting that my fellow […]
From the shoes to the jerseys, players know that they are going to have to look good. It’s not like this event isn’t going to be broadcast to millions of viewers around the world or anything (100% sarcastic).
One of my all-time favorite segments on ESPN, Sports Science, examined all of the different variables that will go into playing a basketball game outdoors on an aircraft carrier.
Quicken Loans CMO, Jay Farner, was featured on Fox Business Network yesterday to talk about our spanking new NASCAR partnership, the process behind figuring out which team to sponsor, as well as the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic. With regards to the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic, Jay stated, “We’re proud to be the lead sponsor for the Quicken […]
UNC and MSU have two of the better programs in the NCAA. In both of these programs, it is about much more than basketball – it is about creating better men.
A deployed US Navy carrier squadron’s version of the music video for “Pump It” by Black Eyed Peas.
As a true basketball enthusiast, I understand the importance of individual matchups through the course of a game. Thus, I have listed, compared, and contrasted the players for UNC and MSU to arrive at a calculated prediction for the winner of the 2011 Quicken Loans Carrier Classic.
Bright and early Tuesday, November 1st, the construction team made their way down to the USS Carl Vinson,docked in San Diego Bay at North Island, ready to start work on building the court for the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic.
I saw this yesterday in the Detroit Free Press and wanted to share with our readers here on the Quicken Loans Carrier Classic site. It seems fitting as we are just a few days away from the big day and Veterans Day 2011. It’s the story of the “Montford Point Marines,” the first black Marines to be enducted into the U.S. Marine Corps.