8-12, easily during New Years break & Bowl season. Honey baked Ham, their new glazed Turkey breast, dressing. Guinness Extra Stout & Four Roses!!!!
Ahh, Heaven on Earth!
Yep, News Years Day. Easily one of the best days of the year.
Used to be...
March Madness. Runs 12-16 on those opening days.
Yep, Saturday of opening weekend is hard to not watch for 16 hours straight... whoever invented bracket challenges is a genius... and should probably be thrown in jail for crimes against humanity (and should have to pay allimony for all the divorces he is responsible for!).
I average 8-12 on the noon start games for OSU. Can't deal with more than 12 hours of drinking.
Plenty of opportunities for 8-12 on practically any Football Saturday, New Years Day & the opening days of March Madness. Some of those could even be a little more than 12, but I voted 8-12. If you go more than 16 hours you've practically got to be watching Quinnipiac at La Salle.....and why would you do that to yourself?
I'm married, so I am not allowed to watch that much football on a regular Saturday. My life sucks!
Not really sure about the actual amount of hours, but I'm sure I've easily spent double digit hours watching sports during certain parts of January and March/April.
"You pick up the rifle and go as hard as you can possibly go."
Just spit balling here because im not sure which one it is 16-20 or 20 plus. But back when i was married to Satans Seed and i owned a big Satlite back in the early 90's. I would get up on Saturdays and watch from the start of Gameday on ESPIN till the very last game went off the air. And i got a lot off the west coast games even over on the Island so i would be watching up to 2 or 2:30 in the morning. Plus i would be on the phone talking to my wife im now with cousin talking about every game that was on at that time.
I've watched the 24 hours of NCAA bball I think I made at least 18 of those hours!
easily 8-12 or 12-16 on new years day or during march madness
Sorry Urban, Woody is still my favorite
The absolutely best part of living on the West Coast-college football from 9am in the morning until just before midnight. March Madness (in Vegas if possible) is a close second.
Sundays: Watch DVR'd Buckeye game, NFL RedZone 1p-8p, plus SNF.
I watch 12 hours almost every weekend of college footballl....so there's that