Since you asked...first let me preference my comments with a disclaimer: The comments I’m about to make are in no way an indictment on anyone here who plans to continue watching college football. I have come to respect each and every one of you and do not want to be divisive in any way. Please respect my viewpoint even if you disagree with it (just as I respect your viewpoint).What do you anticipate will change for YOUR game day experience, once we’re allowed to resume normalcy? Go to more games? Fewer games? Lose interest? Gain interest? What do you anticipate?
I'm willing to bet the 2021 LSU game will be on November 6th. And the Vols game will PROBABLY be October 23rd.I had planned on doing that this year before all the crapstorm and stuff. Oh well, there is always next year or the next or whenever we get to some semblance of normal.
As a retiree, I seldom attend games any more. Now that ticket prices are going to sky rocket, I have added incentive to stay home and watch the games on the big screen.I don't see making any changes. Right back to grillin and chillin with the madness of 2020 in the rearview
BBQ'n makes almost anything you watch better! LOL!As a retiree, I seldom attend games any more. Now that ticket prices are going to sky rocket, I have added incentive to stay home and watch the games on the big screen.
I'll BBQ, and have the best seat in the house.
Mere steps to the kitchen, a few more steps to the Rest Room.
Did I mention that my recliner is extra big, extra wide, and with a table on both sides.