IN PICTURES: Barstool Sports draws excitement to NIU community

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Sean Reed

A member of the crowd at Barstool Sports’ live presentation of the Barstool College Football Show on Wednesday holding up a cellphone to film the ending of the show at Fatty’s Pub & Grille. Dave Portnoy, Barstool Sports president, announced the show’s season in early September, which included NIU in a series of Mid-American Conference games covered by the Barstool show. (Sean Reed | Northern Star)

By Sean Reed, Multimedia Editor

DeKALB – Fatty’s Pub & Grille hosted popular media group Barstool Sports’ Barstool College Football Show as the second episode of a two part series covering mid-week Mid-American Conference football games, the first being hosted Tuesday in Toledo, Ohio. Read the Northern Star’s coverage of the event, including interviews with multiple hosts of the show, in this gallery’s companion piece.