It’s that time of year again. Saturday starts with a trip to the liquor store, and then to your buddy’s house for non-stop college football action!
There is pre-gaming, before tailgating then the old saying that has swept college campuses during football season, “win or lose, we still booze.”
If your team has an away game you are unable to make, or you couldn’t get in because you lost your student section pass the night before, you can still enjoy the fruits of college football on your couch with a bunch of your buddies.
You will undoubtedly be watching a multitude of games on several different channels and enjoy all that fall has to offer.
Order the 5-5-5 deal from Dominos or whatever local pizzeria you chose, crack a brewski with the boys and get ready to play College Football: The Drinking Game.
I have created this game to help the college football fan who wants to have the best college football gathering possible in front of a TV.
This game should only be played by those who are legally allowed to. Please follow all local and federal laws.
If you feel the game is moving to fast for you, stop right away, pick up your purse, and let the men handle the real drinking.
Now on to the rules.
You must take a drink every time they show a group of body painted students and one of them is an exclamation point, dash, or logo.
Because you know they were the last minute addition that no one really asked to come along.
If you disagree with that statement then I’m guessing YOU have been an exclamation point.
Every time Erin Andrews is shown on TV. Even if she is not covering your game, that is just a good reason to celebrate.
Anytime Hawaii is shown during the day on the main land. Trust me, that is a big deal for them.
Anytime Tim Tebow is referred to as “Superman.”
Because that’s what Jesus would do.
Every time you see a mascot doing push ups.
I’m not working out today so I’m going to drink to make myself feel better about...myself.
If you land on a game that’s at halftime, everyone has to immediately finish whatever they have in their hands.
The last one to finish has to get up on the table and recite the President’s monologue from Independence Day.
I call this rule the “halftime speech.”
Anytime the word “playoff” is mentioned.
It is never going to happen, so we might as well drink away the thought of it.
Anytime Lee Corso wears the headgear of a mascot on Gameday.
Nothing more need be said...
Enjoy an ice-cold beverage, some spicy nachos, and another wonderful Saturday.
Play responsibly, college football fans. I know I will.
Oh, there’s Erin Andrews! Consume!