No Friday Night Lights

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    No Friday Night Lights

    No Friday night football for most of us, since our teams got put out. Now this is new to me, so what do we do now on Fridays, maybe go to a movie or eat out or just sit at home? Anyone with more ideas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by super
    No Friday night football for most of us, since our teams got put out. Now this is new to me, so what do we do now on Fridays, maybe go to a movie or eat out or just sit at home? Anyone with more ideas.
    You can always travel to Russell and watch us play Friday.
    We would be more than happy to have a few more fans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by midee1
    You can always travel to Russell and watch us play Friday.
    We would be more than happy to have a few more fans.
    Oh no no no it's too cold.

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    Pick a team out and root them on, hopefully a team from your area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super
    Oh no no no it's too cold.
    Wimp!!!!

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    I'll be on BGP catching all the updates.

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    You could go to the stadium and just sit for awhile.

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    I'll be in W Ky for Thanksgiving so I'm going to the Mayfield/Bardstown game. I am programmed to be at a football game the Friday after Thanksgiving. Since Danville is out, habit dictates that I show up at somebody's game.

    I'm sure I'll make an appearance at PJCS next week also rooting for somebody.

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    Be like me and find a game to keep the season going as long as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gold sunrise
    I'll be on BGP catching all the updates.
    More then likely that's were I be also.

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    Super, I feel the same way. We have been out for 2 weeks now and I've had problems on Friday. I've been watching pratice since early August. And now what do I do on Saturdays? I'm not much on Basketball.

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    Well you can spend your friday Deer hunting, which is a good idea, and getting ready for for the next day. Or you can find a game close as possible and go

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    Suggestions:

    (1) Support the closest team to your area that is still in the playoffs
    (2) Look forward to next year
    (3) There are plenty of good football games on TV (even if not high school)
    (4) Learn to like basketball

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nothingbutnet
    Suggestions:

    (1) Support the closest team to your area that is still in the playoffs
    (2) Look forward to next year
    (3) There are plenty of good football games on TV (even if not high school)
    (4) Learn to like basketball
    Those are good suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nothingbutnet
    Suggestions:

    (1) Support the closest team to your area that is still in the playoffs
    (2) Look forward to next year
    (3) There are plenty of good football games on TV (even if not high school)
    (4) Learn to like basketball
    All look good except for number 4, just cannot make myself enjoy it. I would suggest though to drive down to Bowling Green to see Warren Central and St.X. If it is anything like the game a couple of years ago it will be well worth the drive and the sitting out in the cold.

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