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Why We Love College Footall: Historical and Sociological Factors 8-28-2013
August 28, 2013
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SB Nation article by Bill Connelly

"I always laugh when people go to their first real college football game, maybe an SEC game" says Sports Illustrated's Andy Staples, "and they see how different it is from the NFL. If you go to an Alabama-LSU game in Baton Rouge, there's really just nothing in the world that compares."3

FootballFan's take: this is a great article about why college football has indeed seeped into our souls, hearts, and minds. It is a powerful force in American sociology. I love the bands, the colors, the fresh spirit, the no-quit attitudes of the players, and the friendly banter among the fans. It is not a pro game yet, thankfully.

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