NFL Or College Football: Which Is Preferred

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Kansas State Wildcats defensive back Carl Miles Jr. (2) and wide receiver Tyler Lockett (16) Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

College football games are played throughout the day on Saturday while NFL games are played on Sunday.

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  • Obviously there are a lot more games to be played in college football so there really aren’t ever commercial breaks if you have cable because you can just keep flipping around to other games.

    The NFL (unless you have a special cable package) usually only broadcasts one game on CBS and one on FOX in the area so you have two game options to watch.

    Basically if you’re not a fan of your hometown team, you’re screwed in that sense.

    I can’t tell you how many weekends I’ve wasted away by sitting on my butt and watching football all day, but I think I prefer watching games on Sunday. Sundays are usually “lazy days” anyway and what makes for a perfect lazy day than sitting and watching football all day long?

    Not to mention Sunday Night Football, which typically gives us an enjoyable game every week (give or take a few).