Football . GO TITS ! (You gotta like the Titans for that alone)
WOMENS Tennis ! I first started watching and playing tennis when McEnroe first came on the scene ,tell me he wasn't the perfect heel . Any more though , mens tennis is about as exciting to watch as watching paint dry . Even if I wasn't into tennis , I would still watch the womens game just for all the exciting rallys and the sheer competiveness of it , oh hell , who am I kidding , I watch for all that CUTE BOOTY !
NASCAR . I don't care for the super speedways , give me Bristol , Richmond , and Martinsville , now that's racing !
OK , I'll shut up now .
"Damnit Peggy , here I am trying to contain an outbreak and you're driving the monkey to the airport. " - Hank Hill
Originally posted by SlestakMine's NCAA football, followed by NFL football. NCAA hoops is a distant third, since my alma mater plays in a competitive conference (Big 12). I can't stand the NBA, and as far as MLB goes, I'll only watch the World Series.
I'm kinda shocked to admit it, but I've been watching NASCAR on Sundays ... AND I'M STARTING TO LIKE IT.
Dood! You went to a Big 12 school? Which one?
As an answer to the question at hand...
I, too, love pro-football (American.) GO SAINTS!
My number two depends on the circumstances, I love watching Hockey, but I don't really care about the outcome or the season (but just for the hell of it GO STARS!) Basketball on the other hand is a sport I care about (GO SPURS!) but which I don't really enjoy watching.
But then again the most important sporting event of the year is not Wrestlemania, not the Stanley Cup, not the NBA Finals, not the World Series... it's the college football game between Texas A&M (my alma mater) and The University of Texas (which my brother is currently attending.) These two schools have a rivalry which approaches Florida/Florida State levels.
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Thats really funny that you compare Texas-Texas A&M to the Florida State-Florida rivalry, because most people would say that Tex-A&M rivalry has more history and passion.But that just shows how intense the UF-FSU rivalry has become over the last 15 years. As for me Im the worlds biggest Florida Sate fan, I plan to attend there as soon as I get out of the Navy. Next to FSU I follow the NFL religously. I used to love the NBA, but in recent years the decline in the quality of play has really turned me off. But the definition of good times for me was the 1994 NBA play offs. Reggie Millers 25 point explosion in game 5 of the Knicks series was the NBA markout moment of the decade.
The only domestic beer I'd put to my lips is a Sammy Adams. As an irishman, I'm always down for a pint of Guinness or Harp. But sometimes my German side comes out, and when that happens, I'm wanting for nothing but Warsteiner.