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Or is this just an FSU thing?
Don't see a problem with noon kickoffs. Get to watch my team earlier, and then enjoy the rest of the games afterwards.
Yes, they do. Since it is 11 am in Nebraska.
Sadly, the problems in Nebraska are in the coaching offices and the fans that sit in the seats and defend them.
Not incessantly, but most strongly prefer 3:30. More drinking time on Friday night and Saturday morning.
I personally prefer noon kickoffs. That way I still have the rest of the day to watch the rest of the country. 3:30 kills pretty much kills watching the rest of the country, but I understand why people who only care about their team prefer it. Night games are good when it's a big matchup. I know teams in the south play at night for heat reasons against cupcakes, but there would be nothing more aggravating to me than waiting until 7 or 8 to play an FCS team.
I'm getting annoyed by two straight 3:30 kickoffs. Breaks up the day too much and keeps me from getting anything accomplished. I'm sure I felt differently when I was a student drinking all night on Friday and going to the games.
Yes. LSU fans hate early games especially at home. For the most part we hate afternoon home games as well. We prefer our home games at night.
For me, there is something special about being on campus early in the morning, especially here in B1G country now that the air has a little bite to it. Plus, as others have stated, you can go to the game, and watch the other games the rest of the afternoon and evening.
The last two years USC's homecoming game has been a 12:30 kickoff. It really rushes the pre game activities.
The 3:00 to 4:30 kickoff time is perfect on the west coast. You can catch the east and midwest games while tailgating yet get home early enough to get a dinner out. I dislike the 7:30 west coast kickoffs. Too many drunks who can't pace themselves and you get home at midnight which means a 16 hour day in our case.
Looks like another perfect day.
The better your team the less you have to play that early. Alabama very rarely has the 5th game in the SEC any week, so it's been a while.
This. I have never made it to an 8pm start..... I always start drinking too early and pass out.
mkillian247 on twitter..... I say a lot of stuff you wont care about.
I would just be too tired to make it the whole game. Every night by 10:30-11 I'm ready to hit the sack LOL.
Yes I hate early kickoffs. Give me night games only. Start drinken around 8, so by kickoff I'm primed and ready to go
Cuz your old
Well, I've always loved sleeping. But yeah, probably because of that too.
I find most fsu fans whine about noon games in the month of September. Once it cools off then so does the bitching.
Depends if drinken beer and shots, then yes.
Crown and shots then about 8 hours
Usually we get home round 3 or 4, wake up round 7 or 8 and start drinken. We funnel and play drinken games and that helps
Hate noon kickoffs, thankfully we don't get many of them.
Love the whole tailgating experience all day with multiple meals and watching the games all over the country beginning in the morning. Tailgating is a big production, the more elaborate, the better.
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