Since it is College Football season, it’s time to find the best places to have a good time while tailgating. According to CheatSheet.com the best places in the country to tailgate college football games is as follows:(No, Lubbock did not make the list)10. Michigan: It would be cool to see the largest stadium in College Football. I’m an Irish fan so I will not party here. Nope. 9. Nebraska: Party like Jim Carrey in “Yes Man”! 8. Iowa: I disagree with this one. Who wants to party in Iowa?
First of all, I would like to say, I do not condone adultry. This is a “hall pass” situation. In other words, your significant other gives you the opportunity to have a week off of marriage. Do whatever you want, see whomever you want, you are NOT married. I have never met or heard of anyone actually doing this. Of course there is the movie with Owen Wilson and those other guys. So let’s say you are starring in that movie.
This could be nice and akward. Â Yes! Â Tommy Tubberville will be commentating the Texas Tech and Houston game Saturday. There are a lot of people that are upset about this and I’m not sure I understand why. Â I do not know the guy, but Tubberville is a professional. Â Therefore, I don’t think he will say anything “out of line”. Â Sure, he didn’t exactly leave Lubbock in good standing. Â He also made some comments about Lubbock comparing the landscape to Iraq. Â Which is a fair comparison đ˜€Why?!
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