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college or pro


heavyduty

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Pro. I'd get into the college game more if they didn't have that silly BCS format. It just doesn't seem to me like there is a TRUE champion at the end the season and it feels open-ended when it's over with. Add some sort of playoff system and I'd pay a lot more attention.

Now if you asked about basketball I'd say college hands down. The NBA is a horrible product.

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definitely college. the players try so much harder, and the atmoshpere at the games are incredible.

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Have to agree with the Fish. Pro's baby, until they dump the system they have now and go to a playoff style.

Windy

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just check out yesterdays college games it is better than the pro game. The main thing the pros have is the production talent in the TV control booth. And you never know what the Vikes will do next.

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Definitely college football. It's the top level that is still a "team" game. As much as I love to see Moss' one-hand catches and AP's break away runs, the NFL has too much showboating and individual celebrations to make it a team game. It's all about the individual in the NFL. "Look at me...look at me. I just made a tackle behind the line of scrimmage. Sure this defense has given up 42 points, but look at me..."

I would love to see a playoff at the college level. Then again, it's great to watch all the bowl games on Jan 1.

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