Thursday, August 30, 2012

Top Ten College Football Teams

Hello sports fans. Long time no talk to. Yes, I know it's been about three or four days since I've posted on here. However, I am back in action and ready to make up for that. This week has been interesting in many facets; one being I met three cousins from South Carolina and one 29 year-old woman from Poland who needed help navigating around Chicago and the train system. Two being that I've almost completed my first week of senior year! It is still hard to believe that I will be walking across the Auditorium Theatre (picture will be below courtesy of Yahoo!) with a bachelors degree in Communication and a minor in Psychology. Three being that I got to hang with a member of my "Hockey Family" that I haven't seen in a while. It was a fun time indeed.

This is the Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University in Chicago, IL
Switching gears to the actual purpose of this post, football baby. America's favorite pastime and typically thought of as being an outlet for men to get away from their nagging wife and annoying children. However, with females being capable of doing anything males can do, I'm sure there are more female football fans because they may watch the game with their boyfriend or husband and try to learn by observing how the plays happen. College football is what I mainly want to talk about here.
The "Big Ten" are college football teams that dominate over the less talented ones. Some examples are Ohio, Michigan State University, Northwestern Wildcats, University of Illinois, Penn State, and Iowa. I guess it's a big fascination to see who will top the best of of the best. We'll just have to wait to find out. Game on!
- Here is a link to the article below:

1 comment:

  1. First of all I wanted to say congrats on being a senior at Roosevelt and completeing your first week at Roosevelt. Yes I can't belive you'll be walking across the stage for your graduation at Roosevelt. It was just yesterday that you were just a little girl hun. Get the kleenex ready. Looking forward to watching you walk across that stage on your graduation day hun. You have accomplished so much and I'm so proud of you. Good luck in the future babe. Second of all glad you had a great time this week. Who are your three cousins? Who is the hockey family that you hung out with? I read the article and that is very interesting about college football. I didn't know that.