If you have been dragged into the dark-pit of addictive fandom known as college football, then you know all the feelings that come with it.
Thanksgiving break means football rivalries, football take-alls, and some grand finales.
If you have not been pulled into this craze, here is a little insight into the feels of football at the collegiate level.
1 – Pre-Game
What better way to prepare for this American past-time than get obliterated before it even starts? Give me some of that spiked sweet tea, please!
2 – Kickoff Time
3 – The first bad play
It’s fine. I’m totally okay. I’m just going to rub this food on my face to make sure I’m still here.
4 – The first bad call
Did they get these refs from pee-wee football?
5 – Touchdown…..for the other team
Booooooo, go home!
6 – TOUCHDOWN!!
I. Am. So. PUMPED.
7 – Half-Time
I think this is going well….
8 – Third quarter nerves
I don’t know, should I be excited? Maybe I should be nervous? I’m going to just keep drinking…
9 – Start of the fourth quarter
This is serious. No time for jokes or cheering or happiness. Silence yourselves.
10 – The last two minutes
Oh good, Lord, please send all your angels down to this football field and carry our players on golden wings into the end-zone.
11 – Game over (your team won)
or game over and your team lost
I am void of any emotion. My whole being was just stolen from me.
May your team always win and may the flags never be bogus.