Football in the south is a way of life. This is a popular saying that happens to be very true. The South is like a different world in a way and that includes how seriously people take their football teams. Regardless of which team you root for once September hits there are easy ways to tell football season has arrived. In order to help you out we found this article with ten different ways to know when it’s here. We hope you enjoy it!
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From the article:
Sometimes we get so caught up in our day-to-day that we fail to stop and notice when things get weird. You know, like when you were a kid you didn’t know how quirky your family was until you started going to sleepovers at friends’ houses and saw how “normal” they are. That’s what’s happening in the South right now—after the Chick-fil-A Football Kickoffs things happen here on Saturdays that just don’t take place at other times of the year, or in other parts of the country. For example:
1. It’s a cliché, but it’s true: The malls and shopping centers are vacant. And there’s no traffic.
2. The few folks who are out shopping (who aren’t Yankees) are wearing team colors and logos. And they’re driving cars with flags and magnets.
3. The chip aisle of Publix is reminiscent of the bread aisle during a January snow threat.
4. Churches and country clubs are shuttered and quiet: no Saturday weddings this time of year. If an enthusiastic bride dares to break this code of conduct, she risks reducing not only her guest list by at least half—but the bridal party as well.
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Read the entire article here: http://thedailysouth.southernliving.com/2014/09/26/10-ways-to-know-its-football-season-in-the-south