I am not at all into American football - am I suppose to see something in this picture or the words.;) Or just some big men tumbling around, hehe.;))But I remember Super Bowl Sunday when I lived in NC; mostly for good company and good food.;))xoxo
I found myself actually missing having the football games on all weekend .. Ray didnt want a TV in his room, he's too uncomfortable to be distracted - according to him and we all know how smart he is, he did ignore all the warning signs and ended up in hospital ..
I've been listening to the news about all your snow and ice and have been worrying about my southern friends...glad to see you are cozy and safe. Now what team is this? Doesn't look like the Patriots to me:)
Even though Auburn did beat my Clemson Tigers--I am glad they are the national champions.BestTracy :)
i'm proud to be from a state so great to have back to back championships and heisman's winners from two different schools
Even though I live in Oregon I am still a southern girl. Go Sec.
I actually always liked college football better than the pros and, being from Columbus, GA, only about 30 miles from Auburn, I was a War Eagle fan - though my loyalties switched to GA Tech when my brother and, then, my two nephews went there. My very first college game was a GA - Auburn game which was so exciting. Back in those days, college football was a fancy affair. People dressed up, women wore suits and big mum corsages and Bass Weejuns and it was a really big event.
I'm glad you stopped by and I look forward to your comments. As Dr. Fraser Crane would say, "Hello, I'm listening."