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St. Paddy's Day Checklist

Posted by Charissa Corlies |

Saint Patrick’s Day is TOMORROW! While the Irish themed holiday can be celebrated in many ways, here is a checklist of things we believe you should do, wear or drink to get the most out of our favorite Spring drinking holiday:   Do 1)  Chase a rainbow to the other side: You may or may not find a pot of gold once you get there, but the worst case scenario is that you go on a nice, long hike only to find a mad leprechaun getting stingy with his bowl...

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Infamous College Ball Champs

Posted by Charissa Corlies |

As fans we live for nail biting seconds with game winning shots, and appreciate a basketball dynasty when we see one. With March Madness quickly approaching, we have started strategizing our brackets, which led us to wonder - which teams are truly "the best" in college basketball history? 1938-1939 Oregon Nicknamed the Tall Firs for their vertically advantaged roster, Oregon used their height to win 16 of their 18 Pacific Coast Conference games. Their season landed them in cities like Chicago, New York City, and Philadelphia that gave them traveling experience before...

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4 Years in the Pit

Posted by Someone Smarter Than Us |

When I was a kid, I first saw the Pit Crew in action under the old lights of McArthur Court. Looking down from the 300 levels was the rowdiest group of people I had ever seen. From my first game in 2002 players like Luke Jackson, Catherine Kraayeveld, Aaron Brooks, Maarty Leunen, Joevan Catron, and Ellyce Ironmonger became my favorites. I thought this was the best college basketball I had seen, until I was finally a Duck. The venerable MacArthur Court   My first basketball game as a student was against...

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The Founding Fathers: Lit like Lady Liberty's flame

Posted by Tyler Niles |

With yet another cloud filled cold day in the Pacific Northwest, we can’t help but look ahead to a warmer and better time of the year -- summer. With summer comes one of the most epic holiday parties of all time. That’s right, we’re looking at you, Fourth of July. The Fourth of July is made for sun, bbq, good friends, fireworks, and of course, beer. There are few things in life that will top the Fourth of July, but with a sorely needed President’s Day 3-day weekend in front of...

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Lessons From The Generals of The Court

Posted by Jimmy Friedricks |

As we enter into the full swing of college basketball season, let us take a moment to remember some of the incredible wisdom that has been imparted upon us by legendary coaches of college basketball. Laugh, cry and think every day In one of the most profound moments in the history of the ESPY awards, Jimmy Valvano reminds us that to live to the fullest, we must laugh, cry and think deeply every single day. But don’t trip too much… While it’s okay to share your feelings, Duke’s Coach K’s...

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Cowbucker's Losers are Winners Sale!

Posted by Whitney Alexander |

In the spirit of endless off-season optimism, we want to celebrate CFB Signing Day with Cowbucker's First Annual Losers Are Winners Sale!  Whatever your team's loss percentage last season, that's how much we're taking off the hats! Tomorrow ONLY, Midnight to Midnight, Collegiate Buckers are up to 92% Off (we're looking at you Fresno State). February 2nd brings a new dawn, and all of our stocks are on the rise. We're going to be straight with you guys... On a personal level, this past football season was a rough one at...

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Yo, it's Winter. GTFO!

Posted by Dorie Pagnano |

There’s something about the winter season that can make people feel like they’re in a slump. Does the color of your skin resemble Ed Sheeran’s upper thigh? Have you run out of shows to binge-watch on Netflix during a Sunday afternoon? Do you look at your iPhone weather forecast and see rain/sleet/snow everyday for the next week? Well, we hear ya - we miss vitamin D, too. Unfortunately, this blog post will not end with your chance to win a tropical vacation for two, but IT WILL give you a...

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219 Days

Posted by Tyler Niles |

Well folks, it’s official. The college football season, widely regarded as the best part of the year, has come to an epic close with the National Championship game between Clemson and Alabama - the ultimate cherry on top to an unforgettable year. Sadly, that means no more tailgates, no more walks through the fall afternoon air with the roar of the crowd in the background, and did we mention this yet? No more football. The grieving process takes time, but don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. The offseason is a...

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What do we do now?

Posted by Whitney Alexander |

At Cowbucker, we believe that sports can bring out the best in us, inspire us to feats we didn’t think possible.  Even for the fans the essence of sport is to get better every day, never stop competing.  It’s what our favorite teams do, and it’s what we try to do everyday here at Cowbucker HQ.   So what happens when the season ends?  We’re left with a vacuum of despair and malaise, no roaring crowds or stellar plays to get the blood flowing, to feed that drive to succeed....

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Bucking the trend

Posted by Whitney Alexander |

With success sparked by an unconventional product, Cowbucker now wants to build on its momentum. By Michael Quirk, Associate Editor, Sports Licensing RetailerNovember 9, 2016 Sports fans display their allegiances in a variety of ways, especially on game days: T-shirts with their favorite teams’ logos, face paint, jerseys and, of course, hats. Hats — whether they’re ball caps, visors or the occasional cowboy hat — have traditionally been a staple item worn by fans. One Oregon company is hoping to buck that trend with a new line of alternative headgear. Cowbucker...

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