‘More things change’: The ever-evolving landscape of college football doesn’t break emotional bonds

Since I had the ability to think abstractly, I loved college football.

Everyone who loves sports enters into this love in different ways. For me, it was genetic, like my eye shadow and hair color. I wanted to be like my father in any way possible.

My parents love football, and I love it too.

This love of football developed when I was in first grade. At the time, I had my first college football video game: NCAA Football 2005 from EA Sports on PlayStation 2. Most of my friends who also grew up with this gaming system have either thrown their friends away or watched it bite the proverbial dust a long time ago.

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