Friday, November 22, 2013

10 Differences in Televised vs. Live Football

I've gone to so many live games this year that it was a nice break to watch the UCF game on TV last night. A couple of bonuses I saw watching on TV vs. Live.

One. I could write this blog post, lol. Do dishes, go to the bathroom, fill my water cup and not pay $3 a bottle.

Two. I got to see the guys up close and personal. I like football pants. Boys are cute and all that nonsense. *grins*

Three. I didn't have to drive two hours and get back home at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning and have to get up for work the next day. I got to go to bed around 11:30.

Four. Snuggling up on the couch with my blanket and warm socks instead of whatever the weather might throw at me.

Five. I knew what the crowd was doing with zombie nation or at kick off and could sing along or not. Without someone yelling at me to "make noise."

Six. The a lot of the games this season, it's been standing almost the entire game and I wasn't forced to stand once.

Seven. I actually enjoy commentary, rare I know. So I love hearing what the commentators say.

Eight. Lots of replays. Sometimes when I'm there I'm like what happened...I missed it because I was _____. Usually talking, taking pics or watching the cheerleaders.

Nine. I can pause, rewind and fast forward to my liking.

Ten. The lines on the field. Sure, the chains are helpful but I love it when I can see the imaginary lines on the field on TV.

Don't get me wrong, I still love a live game more than staying home but it is nice to have a change up, even when they're playing at home and I don't live just down the street.


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  2. I love seeing the yellow line to how where the actual first goal line is. Not fighting the cold is always a bonus and the 3 hours wait to get out of the stadium!


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