Ohio State vs Michigan

Who is gonna win this game today?

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Ohio State or Michigan?

Ohio State
28% (15 votes)
Michigan
72% (39 votes)
Total votes: 54
 
Flying_Monkey24

Has to be Michigan. Go Wolverines!

The Wolverines did it.

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Highly recommend. CFB is great, and gives you an excuse to drink in your 30s. Don't gotta be a die-hard fan to a team, just turn on ESPN or multi-view on Sat and you'll quickly find yourself engaged.

I primarily feel the energy of CFB greatly exceeds NFL - the vibes seem way more positive, while the latter seems to attract more angry people. My favorite sport to watch is MLB, but I completely see how people can't stand it - not boring to me, but if it's not your jam then it makes sense.

 
Stonks1990

My favorite sport to watch is MLB, but I completely see how people can't stand it - not boring to me, but if it's not your jam then it makes sense.

it seems like this will be one of the few things we disagree on: I absolutely hate watching baseball on TV and don't care for it at all, although I do enjoy going to games since they're much cheaper than NFL and other pro sports tickets usually and I find baseball stadiums much more interesting in terms of their architecture relative to other stadiums (they have a more interesting shape to walk around, usually are a bit funky from a design perspective which is cool to look at, and are oftentimes more integrated into their neighborhood vs NFL stadiums).

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The NFL is too corporate and is a garbage product. In any given year half the quarterbacks suck and it always comes down to the same 2-3 teams in each conference.

CFB to your point is 10X better in my opinion and is like watching a trashy reality TV show. The coaches are absolute lunatics and do crazy shit, while the players get caught doing or saying crazy shit. 

I played baseball at a school where a current top 10 head coach was a coordinator at the time and he tried to recruit me to walk onto the football team. This guy was an absolute scumbag but it was funny to watch in person. He was banging a roster of 2-3 girls at a time despite being married for less than 6 months and had blow up furniture in his office he’d have sex with them on. 

Steve Sarkisian at UT has a publicly known fetish for Asian women and was blacking out 4-5 nights a week at Washington. When he’d black out he just wouldn’t go home and instead bang 18-20 year old Asian chicks despite being married with 2 kids.

Lane Kiffin was going around banging chicks while married with kids at Alabama under the name Joey Freshwater, which he even had a fake ID for.

Mike Leach (RIP) would answer pretty much any press conference question he was asked and wrote a several hundred page book on a Native American general named Geronimo relating his life story back to football concepts. He also has an entire chapter of his memoir dedicated to how he didn’t lock a player he hated in a shed during an 100+ degree day in Texas during the summer and how it was a misunderstanding.

Bob Huggins (CBB) regularly drives drunk home and has to get police escorts to make sure he doesn’t kill anyone. After getting caught yet again for a DUI this past year and resigning from his position he tried to sue West Virginia to get his job back. His reasoning was that his wife signed the paperwork for him and is not authorized to make decisions for him. Problem is she was and he was basically trying to appeal to people by throwing his wife under the bus.

Tom Herman got into a domestic dispute while drunk and high with his wife where the were screaming at each other on a boosters private jet. They basically managed to trash the entire thing over the course of 2 hours and had to be separated by the police once they landed.

On the player side there is a current NFL DB who on his official visit trafficked a brick of cocaine across state lines. He then slaughtered a goat high on the aforementioned cocaine and proceeded to commit 2-3 more crimes, which our school kept under raps and we’re not even a blue blood. The stories at those places are even crazier. 

There are a million other stories like these, which are only part of the reason I love CFB. All of these guys will also get up on their soap box and preach about God for 10-15 minute monologues while engaging in such behavior.

 
Stonks1990

Highly recommend. CFB is great, and gives you an excuse to drink in your 30s. Don't gotta be a die-hard fan to a team, just turn on ESPN or multi-view on Sat and you'll quickly find yourself engaged.

I primarily feel the energy of CFB greatly exceeds NFL - the vibes seem way more positive, while the latter seems to attract more angry people. My favorite sport to watch is MLB, but I completely see how people can't stand it - not boring to me, but if it's not your jam then it makes sense.

I guess I do not put a high value on the excuse to drink part.  The energy part seems pretty cool, though.  My favorite sports to watch  are MLB and the NBA.   

 
GWRS

(Edit: I see you watch other sports, I thought you were a "eww sportsball" type of person, my bad)

Do you think its a flex that you dont know anything about college football?

The majority of topics I post here are sports related.  Saying idk anything about college sports is the opposite of a flex

 

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