Making Friday nights great again

I’m not sure how this proposed law would work, since the schools don’t control conference scheduling…

… but if somehow it leads to Jim Delany’s arrest one day, I’m down with it.

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5 responses to “Making Friday nights great again

  1. Dante

    I don’t think there should be a law but I do think there are 6 other days in the week. Leave high school football night alone.

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  2. 92 grad

    They really need to write this into law? Can’t the governor just tell the board of regents “all college football games are to be scheduled for Saturday’s” and call it good? Couldn’t the board just write it in their by laws?

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  3. PTC DAWG

    They will broadcast games when they think fans will watch…if they bet wrong…so be it.

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  4. Lumpdawg

    Any chance the Georgia legislature can whip up a law forbidding noon kickoffs?

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    • Macallanlover

      Now that I can get behind, but don’t understand the emotions behind the Friday night games. There is what, 1-2 a week so a max of four teams all across the nation. How much does that impact CFB? Not the same fan in almost all cases, and the times it is, it is in a small geographical area. Why does one group get to tell others what their Friday night plans should be? There is a choice for everyone, make it and move along. Most people don’t choose either, why not tell the pizza places to shut down on Friday nights as well? Let’s stop manufacturing too during this “quiet period”. And we certainly don’t need more laws restricting people from doing what they want with their lives.

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