Football Traditions

College football season is upon us and I am excited to see it return. I am by no means a football superfan, but I have grown up on Michigan football so I do try to watch every game. When you are at my house, it would be difficult to avoid watching after all….my dad generally dresses up in his Michigan gear; we put the hot dogs in the crockpot (trust me on this, it makes them delectable); we put out our Michigan flag on the flagpole on our house; everyone descends upon the living room in anticipation. Every game day, it is the same (unless we are fortunate enough to attend the game). What are your college football traditions? 

P.S. Michigan plays Notre Dame tonight in Ann Arbor. Go Blue!

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