Beer is good. Play these games at your own risk. By reading this, you take complete responsibility for any deaths, injuries or related events occurring due to you and others around you playing these games.
These games are my inventions. My name's Pavan Katepalli. If you play them, comment and let me know how they went. ENJOY!!!
Watch a Cal game, drink everytime Best scores a touch down.
Note: Play this ONLY when Cal plays USC if you want to live. My reasoning: USC has a good defense.
Turn on the Rutgers game. Drink every time Greg Schiano switches a QB for Rutgers.
Note: If I also added switches a running back to the top, then everyone playing this game would die.
Turn on a WVU game. Drink for every time Jarrett Brown of WVU turns over the football.
Note: WVU is it’s on worst enemy. But thankfully, that gets you more drunk!
Turn on Texas Tech game. Drink Every time Mike Leach does the complete opposite of what he should do doing.
Note: Do not use everclear.
Look at the pre season polls for 2008 and then look at the post season polls for 2008. Drink one drink every 45 minutes for every team that is on the pre season poll but not on the post season poll.
Note: Please don’t die.
Wait till Boise St. loses to someone fro the WAC, and drink X drinks every half an hour.
X= the number of ranks Boise St. falls after losing to a WAC team.
Note: Math sucks, but I love drinking!
Drink every half an hour that an ACC school loses to a FCS or a non BCS qualifying school.
Note: *I can’t wait for the comments from ACC schools.* - sarcasm
Turn on ESPN, and take a drink everytime someone on ESPN talks about how he spends his nights with Kleenex and a picture of Tim Tebow.
Note: Tebow is a beast, he's awesome and he's surprisingly modest, considering all the media. The media that keeps talking about him needs to find something better to talk about. Yes, he's great, but there's a lot of other great QBs to talk about and watch.
Turn on College Football Live on ESPN and everytime Lou Holtz says Notre Dame or Jimmy Clausen take a drink.
Record a College Football Live show and watch it the week after. Every time an analyst is dead wrong, take a drink. Be careful, you might die of alcohol poisoning playing these games.