There’s not a single sport or league that captivates people more than college football. Live and/or on TV, I’ll take a Saturday of college football over a Sunday of the NFL, or a Saturday in college basketball, a Sunday of basketball, etc.
I’ll fight anybody on that any day of the week (preferably not Saturdays though, because college football’s on).
And now that we’re officially one month away from opening weekend, it’s officially time to be hyped for the following reasons:
- College Gameday (just Lee Corso I think)
- Brent Musberger
- Leonard Fournette
- Christian Mccaffrey
- The best opening weekend in college football history (Alabama/USC, Clemson/Auburn, LSU/Wisconsin, ND/Texas, FSU/Ole Miss)
- Alabama vs. LSU
- Ohio State vs. Michigan (more importantly, Urban Meyer vs. Jim Harbaugh)
- Old white coaches dabbing
- Disgusting amounts of hot wings
I could’ve made a list 1000 bullets longer, especially if I included how great the atmospheres are at big-time football schools on game day. This feels like we’re on the verge of an all-time Heisman race, an all-time great college football season, and an all-time great college football decade.
Baker Mayfield, Deshawn Watson, Christian Mccafrey, and Leonard Fournette are all going to be Heisman-worthy. They’ll all have stupid amounts of all-purpose yards and touchdowns. All of their highlight tapes will have millions of views. All of them are on their 2nd or 3rd years of being superstars.
Outside of the individuals, it’s not an exagerration to see that this next 10 years of college football will be the best we’ve ever seen. It’s the return of blue chip programs throughout the country. Ohio State, Michigan, Alabama, Clemson, USC, Oklahoma, and a couple more, are here to stay. With 5-star athletes at every position, and the best coaches in the nation, this will be the decade that forces the committee to pump up the playoffs to 8 teams.
Please, just stay woke, and stay with Crossover Report throughout the season.