This Week’s Best of the Web finds us deep in sports news. Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney is growing a beard for good luck, while North Carolina State’s head basketball coach, Mark Gottfried, is growing a beard in support of Wolfpack Club Associate Director Chris Combs, who was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis in May. And Cleveland weatherman Scott Sabol is getting in on the beard game, too. He's refusing to shave until the Browns win a game…so far his beard is nearly three months strong.
Back here on the Zeus Beard Blog, we do a rad beard profile on Bryce Paul and Drew Newman, brothers who also have their own pop rock band, IVES. Check out the profile to see how the brothers handle working together on a constant basis, and get insider’s access on what to expect from their upcoming album!
Read up and take a break from the holidays.
The Zeus Team
This Cleveland reporter is refusing to shave until the Browns win a game. His beard is now nearing the three-month mark. (CBS Sports)
North Carolina State’s head basketball coach, Mark Gottfried, along with the basketball staff, grew beards to raise awareness for Movember. (News Observer)
Wayne Rooney started growing a beard after Manchester United’s disastrous defeat at Copa America, and so far it’s brought the team good luck. (The Sun UK)
An Egyptian man grows a ‘Beard of Bees’ to prove that bees are not aggressive, but rather are beneficial for the environment. (Reuters)
We got the chance to speak with Bryce Paul and Drew Newman, who are brothers, musicians, and beardsmen. (Zeus Beard Blog)
Suffer from beard acne? Here’s how to fix it. (Zeus Beard Blog)