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Offline Zero2Cool  
#1 Posted : Sunday, September 7, 2008 11:31:41 PM(UTC)
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So normally I don't really watch College ball much. But for the first time in about a month I didn't have a full plate of "chores" and Keiana was with her mom. I woke up Saturday panicking, thinking wtf, I need to be doing something!! I felt like a woman in a shopping store needing three pairs of shoes with only $6. It was a funny moment... ummm... guess you had to be there.

So, I watched college football. UW game freaking ROCKED. I watched some of the Ohio vs Ohio St game. A few other too. I had a hard time following along with play selection and formations. I think the WVU game threw me for a loop the most or maybe the Michigan?

Anyhow, after watching a few games today, of the NFL. I realized, DAMN these guys are freaking good. I could follow along a lot better with play selection and formations and what not. I can't recall ever watching so many games and actually being INTERESTED in them than I did today.

But I did realize this to another level that I did not think could happen. Football, College or NFL, is UNREAL! I can't believe this hasn't picked up more around the world. I mean, how the hell can you NOT love this game?


So, yea that's my ramble for the day. Or week, or probably year you might hope. :)

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Offline Cheesey  
#2 Posted : Monday, September 8, 2008 7:40:06 AM(UTC)
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(More like "ramble of the DAY!) LOLOL!!!
Anyway.........i watched the Badgers game. Started out bad, but man, they lit it up after that.
I watched some of the Jets game, but just couldn't stay that interested. So i came here instead.
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#3 Posted : Monday, September 8, 2008 11:40:07 AM(UTC)
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I felt the same way, it was Favre out there but I just didn't care! I love me some Packers Football! Just a few more hours!
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#4 Posted : Monday, September 8, 2008 11:50:09 AM(UTC)
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I sat at a bar in Milwaukee called fanatics for 11 hours. yes, eleven hours! I did photo work on my computer, watched Favre, the browns, and then the Bear game (they still suck...)

This bar is amazing. They have 12 barcaloungers facing 9 60inch screens that they can make one large screen with and it is surrounded by three more 60 inch screens on either side. Amazing place.

Got a lot of work done, watched a lot of football, had a few beers, and ate three meals there. They loved me. er, or my money.

Gotta go there again sometime.
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#5 Posted : Monday, September 8, 2008 1:24:27 PM(UTC)
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I sat at a bar in Milwaukee called fanatics for 11 hours. yes, eleven hours! I did photo work on my computer, watched Favre, the browns, and then the Bear game (they still suck...)

This bar is amazing. They have 12 barcaloungers facing 9 60inch screens that they can make one large screen with and it is surrounded by three more 60 inch screens on either side. Amazing place.

Got a lot of work done, watched a lot of football, had a few beers, and ate three meals there. They loved me. er, or my money.

Gotta go there again sometime.

Geez..........sounds like a good time Tripp!
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#6 Posted : Monday, September 8, 2008 6:25:39 PM(UTC)
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Trippster - that actually does sound like fun.
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Offline nathaniel  
#7 Posted : Tuesday, September 9, 2008 1:07:16 AM(UTC)
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So normally I don't really watch College ball much. But for the first time in about a month I didn't have a full plate of "chores" and Keiana was with her mom. I woke up Saturday panicking, thinking wtf, I need to be doing something!! I felt like a woman in a shopping store needing three pairs of shoes with only $6. It was a funny moment... ummm... guess you had to be there.

So, I watched college football. UW game freaking ROCKED. I watched some of the Ohio vs Ohio St game. A few other too. I had a hard time following along with play selection and formations. I think the WVU game threw me for a loop the most or maybe the Michigan?

Anyhow, after watching a few games today, of the NFL. I realized, DAMN these guys are freaking good. I could follow along a lot better with play selection and formations and what not. I can't recall ever watching so many games and actually being INTERESTED in them than I did today.

But I did realize this to another level that I did not think could happen. Football, College or NFL, is UNREAL! I can't believe this hasn't picked up more around the world. I mean, how the hell can you NOT love this game?


So, yea that's my ramble for the day. Or week, or probably year you might hope. :)


I LOVE college football. Go Hawkeyes! My wife is definitely a football widow, because I'm up early Saturday morning and watch college games all day, and of course on Sunday for the NFL too.

It's much easier for me to get into random college games than random NFL games. I'm not going to intently watch a Titans/Dolphins game, but I'll sure as hell watch every down of a Tennessee/Miami U NCAA game. I don't really know why that is, but it just is.
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