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MsGarrison
Auburn Fan
Steele Town LOL
Member since Nov 2009
21504 posts

How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Fall is my favorite time of the year- Especially knowing college football is played every weekend.

Football somehow made September, October & November fly by leading up to the holidays.

How will you spend your weekends if no football is played?



jlovel7
LSU Fan
Louisiana
Member since Aug 2014
11560 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Birding. Hiking. Likely fishing. Nature.
This post was edited on 7/17 at 9:23 am


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4mileduckman
LSU Fan
orig from lake charles
Member since Jan 2013
774 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Family and hunting. Every weekend.


kajunman
LSU Fan
Member since Dec 2015
1353 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Metal Detecting


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southern686
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2015
549 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Hunting.


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LSUCouyon
LSU Fan
ONTHELAKEATDELHI, La.
Member since Oct 2006
10190 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Definitely more deer hunting on Saturday.all day instead of being home for games.


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Gatorbait2008
Florida Fan
Member since Aug 2015
18571 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Crying in the hallway while my GF rethinks her decisions in life.


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HogX
Arkansas Fan
Madison, WI
Member since Dec 2012
3326 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
I've taken up fishing in acceptance that I'm going to have to find another hobby besides getting shite faced and watching college football this fall.

Now I'll get shite faced and catch fish.


bigpapamac
South Alabama Fan
Mobile, AL
Member since Oct 2007
21132 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
I guess the same way I spend the other 40 or so weekends each year. We’ll survive.
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BluegrassBelle
Kentucky Fan
RIP Hefty Lefty - 1981-2019
Member since Nov 2010
80866 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Lots of outdoor activities. Hiking. Getting the hell away from the city. frick some oppressive summer heat and humidity.


WithaRebelYell
Ole Miss Fan
Bristol TN
Member since Jan 2013
4556 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
I never thought I'd get good at golf but covid made it happen.


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MsGarrison
Auburn Fan
Steele Town LOL
Member since Nov 2009
21504 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
I wish I could go back to Maui. I went last year and it was amazing. I’ll prob hit up some national parks since I have a yearly pass.


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Godawgs4
Mississippi St. Fan
Member since Aug 2016
1678 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
I enjoy football but I won’t miss it not being played as I have many other ways to enjoy myself i.e. two grandsons, family, friends, plenty of projects around the house to tinker on, church, golf etc.

The NFL I could care less about.

I will be disappointed for the HS and college players that don’t get to play this year especially the seniors.

But academics are way more important than sports so those students will be fine if they concentrate on their studies and start preparing for adult life after sports.

We know a very minute % of them ever make it to the pros in any case.

This may prove to be a silver lining in the cloud to put sports (football especially) back in its proper perspective. It is fun, enjoyable and entertaining but many other things in life are way more important.


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V Bainbridge
Arkansas Fan
Member since Jul 2020
245 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
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How will you spend your weekends if no football is played?

Probably sitting around being happy with life instead of slightly drunk and disappointed.


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SEC7070
Member since Aug 2019
538 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Won't you be pimping for Biden.


MsGarrison
Auburn Fan
Steele Town LOL
Member since Nov 2009
21504 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Could you take this shite somewhere else!?

Thanks!


Henry Jones Jr
Ole Miss Fan
Member since Jun 2011
56370 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Spend more time outside and with my SO. She's going to be thrilled if there's no football.


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4Ghost
Florida State Fan
Member since Sep 2016
5038 posts
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re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Just bought a boat, time down at Black Creek. Dove Season 1st of September. I made it clear about being careful with spillage gathering peanuts and soybeans down at the home place. Would not want anyone to think it is a baited field.


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TimeOutdoors
Mississippi St. Fan
Depends on the day
Member since Sep 2014
5729 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
Lots of hiking and fishing. Maybe venture out for more overnighters exploring new mountains unless we get an early snow. I think I would work on being a better cook also. I tend to cook/eat the same things over and over so I am going to work on expanding my knowledge (and hopefully with some healthier options).


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Arksulli
Arkansas Fan
Fayetteville
Member since Aug 2014
19221 posts

re: How will you spend your fall if no football is played?
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Family and hunting. Every weekend.




See now, I read that at first as you would be hunting your family every weekend. "Cousin Bill is an @sshole. I'm going to put a bullet in him."


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