College Football – What I Like About You

The official start to the college football season is upon us and football junkies everywhere are giddy with anticipation.  I confess, I’m one of those nuts who loves the football season.  I don’t know what it is about the season, but I know I can’t wait each year.  Is it the rivalries, traditions, tailgating or the changing weather?  I’m not sure but it seems more exciting than the other sports seasons, (no offense.) 

The football experience is entertainment with a capital “E.”  It’s a game, show and party all rolled into one.  The games have great rivalries, strategies, plays, and the ups and downs of winning and losing.  The bands, mascots, and fans make for a great show, and awesome food, beverages, and friends make tailgating before and after the game a great party.  The people watching is also amazing.  You never know what you might see.

Why do you look forward to football season?  Let me know in the comments below.  See you in the stands!

3 Responses to “College Football – What I Like About You”

  1. prosportfans says:

    Now we get down to the logistics of this new system. Where will the playoff games be played? Are they going to be the old BCS bowl games? These are questions that I asked myself when I first heard about the new playoff system and the answers to both of these questions are still very vague. The championship game will be played on “Championship Monday,” which will be held on the first Monday in January. The national championship game will be rewarded to the highest bidder and played at that site which will be neutral. The semi-final games are where it gets a little confusing because the NCCA hasn’t finalized anything with these games.

  2. Janet says:

    Yes, I really love all the traditions in the college game. Can’t wait until fall!

  3. I want to see the Marine Corps performing their silent drill in a FootBall field.

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