Should the Super Bowl be on Saturday instead of Sunday?

Should the Super Bowl be on Saturday instead of Sunday?

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No

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Yes

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Belinda Kitchen
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Belinda Kitchen

I think it should be cause if they go in OT again people who work can stay up and watch the game and commercials . Then U wouldn't have people missing work the next day cause they stayed up late watching it . They can go work on a Monday normal. be considerate when planning it .

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Steve Cirame
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Steve Cirame

People on the east coast that went to bed (including me)before the best part of the game happened could stay up

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Linda Lingle
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Linda Lingle

Because it comes on late to accomodate most people and most people has to get up early and go to work Monday morning!!

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Larry Parker
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Larry Parker

So I can enjoy the game without having to go to work the next day

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No

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Chin Sin Chong
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Chin Sin Chong

Not winning at least 1 of the last 4 games was a failure

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Toasty
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Toasty

There was a Super Bowl? Huh? I was in bed before 10.

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Max DeYoung
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Max DeYoung

The Super Bowl is not about drinking. Need I say more?

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Are you planning to attend an event at Hayden Homes Amphitheater this summer?
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Are you planning to attend an event at Hayden Homes Amphitheater this summer?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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No

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Lisa York
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Lisa York

just like Mt B after a big corp bought them... tickets are way too expensive... greed, greed, greed

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Latterdaysaint
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Latterdaysaint

It's greedy you are closing the park for concerts

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Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Are you in favor of college football's 85-scholarship limit?

Yes

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No

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Yes

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Chris Monaco
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Chris Monaco

the big programs will thrive while the rest survive, with no limit its all about Money then

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Steve Walker
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Steve Walker

If open, rich schools like Ohio State and Texas would have 300 players on their rooster, which would impact the recruit pool. Of course those who don't play would end up in transfer portal. The scholarship limits helps all schools access to good players. Even with NIL, the scholarship limit helps

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Scott Ferguson
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Scott Ferguson

Seems fair for the number of kids that actually play in games.

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No

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Visitor
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Visitor

Most players don't get to go pro. As a former college walkon, being an athlete and having the $ to pay for college and other things is a huge burden. There is too much as a full time student and athlete to work as well. Opening more scholarships give more kids as much opportunity as possible.

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