Taxes, immigration, war, health care--we all fight over those things, but something we can all agree on, WE ALL LOVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL. I love it, you love it, we all love it. That my friends is a good thing because, all of those hours of yelling at the tv, setting up tailgates the night before, putting up with the nagging of the wife, the travel, the tickets, the harassment from opposing fans can all pay off in a huge way because Hyundai loves college football, and they love college football fans (that's us)!
Because they love us, they are going to send a fan, a commenter in the SB Nation family, to a game of their choice...and not only are they going to send you, they are going to send a companion (call me maybe?) and pick up the tab for airfare and travel also. So how do you make this happen for you? You participate in the Hyundai Fanthropology.
You have to tell me why you are such a diehard college football fan! That is pretty simple right?
Here's how you do it. We will read your comments on this post, and an outstanding committee will choose one of you as the finalist for the site (this will be tough). Once that happens, we will get in touch with you about the second post will expand on your diehardness, put it on the main page, and hope that it selected as judge's favorite. If you don't want to win tickets, you don't have to, but you can still comment anyway.
A few quick rules: 1st post counts. You can't tell two stories. If you want to compliment someone on their story, keep it super short, or that will be your entry. Also, if you share a story elsewhere, if it is first, that is your story.
This is pretty awesome...make sure you read the terms and conditions below. Also, make sure you post by Monday. I'm reading them starting at 12:01 am Tuesday. Have fun guys, and here is my story.
My folks, not Mississippi State guys. My dad grew up in Western PA and my mom went to Mississippi College. However, from an early age, my dad always made fun of Ole Miss grads because they ALWAYS wear blue blazers, white shirts and a red tie. From that, I decided that i would not pull for Ole Miss, and as I became older, I knew that I had to go for Mississippi State.
So I had a blast in 1999 and 2000, and I drove all over the Southeast to watch MSU lose all over the place in 2001. I managed to get myself thrown out of Oregon's trip to MSU. I have a part of the flag on the goal post after beating Florida. Has it been absolutely frustrating at times...absolutely. Is it awesome...OH YEAH.
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