College football’s most pointless “tradition” returns.

ESPN is thrilled.

Tuesday nights in November have meaning again.

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9 responses to “College football’s most pointless “tradition” returns.

  1. Biggen

    Why did they use the same hashtag as the tv show of the same name?

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  2. Uglydawg

    It would be fun to eliminate the first five “releases” and just drop it on everyone on December 2. Can you imagine? Of course, there would always be leaks and rumors to keep us entertained.

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  3. Dawg with no fleas

    Wait you’re going to tell me maction didn’t give Tuesday nights in November meaning? Also I want to see how the ratings compare with the midterm election results.

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  4. Huntindawg

    I like everything about college football.* I like recruiting, I like spring practice, I like preseason rankings of teams, position groups and players. I like watching MAC games on Tuesday night. And I like listening to people talk about college football – that’s the reason I show up here every day.**

    *Excluding the teeth gnashing about player pay.
    **See *

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  5. Twistification

    POINTLESS? We are talking POINTLESS? But think of the talking head content here! What they gonna speculate and hyperbole on if this programming fodder ain’t there? Football or something?

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  6. PTC DAWG

    I like the show, I like it even better when we are involved….hopefully…it stays that way.

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  7. I find that show to be dumb … primarily because Heather Dinich is the host.

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  8. Just Chuck (The Other One)

    “Tuesday nights in November have meaning again.”

    Only because one of them is my birthday.

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