Many people classify themselves as sports fans. They watch their favorite teams, go to the occasional game, and can talk casually about a couple of sports.
Good for them. This list isn’t for them.
A bucket list is simply a bunch of things a person wants to do before they die and won't feel complete with doing them. This type of list has become more popular since the Morgan Freeman flick with the same name.
No, marching with penguins is not on this list. But it would be awesome.
The Sports Bucket List is for those fans who are more than just the audience. They want to be part of the game, to live the action and to see everything they can.
They aren’t athletic enough to play the game, but they will do just about everything else.
Including dress like that guy.
So, if you think you are a real sports fan, get the checklist ready. See how many of these things you have done, and plan accordingly to complete the rest before you go the way of Ol’ Yeller.
Because, even with today’s technology, you can’t get NFL RedZone in the grave.
Note: This does not include things like "Olympics" or "World Cup." I'm talking about general things sports fans must do.