> I was wondering if soccer (NOT FOOTBALL, ITS CALLED SOCCER) generates
> as much passsion over in your little countries as American Football
> (YES FOOTBALL) does in the college ranks here. I bet you there is
> nothing like the Bears playing in Lambeau field on a December night.
> Or Florida vs Florida State. I bet you nothing in Europe comes that
> You really should all try watching a real sport (NOT BASEBALL OR
> SOCCER), where you don't have to fall asleep.
American football? A real sport? Its like Rugby, but you dress up in
armour. You soft Yank pussies. An American football game lasts about 6
hours, but with about twenty minutes of actual play. The fact you have
crossposted into a pro wrestling group really says it all about your
knowledge of sport.
A serious point you could have made, was the lack of big time
college/University competition in football (association) or any other sport
in the UK. I hear college sport can fill large stadia in the States.
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