LSU Football: 5 ways to pass the time this fall if college football is canceled

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How will you pass the time if LSU football doesn’t get to play this fall?

The next few days will be huge in determining whether or not LSU football will play this fall.

It seems like everyone wants to see college football this fall — including the players, who have been tweeting using the hashtag #wewanttoplay — but it’s unclear whether or not a season will actually happen.

Rumors started circulating this past weekend that the B1G is on the verge of canceling (or postponing) their season. Such a move could possibly cause other Power-5 conferences to make a similar move.

In other words, everything is up in the air right now. It’s not shocking that we’re at this point. The coronavirus is still running rampant through the country and there’s a lot of uncertainty about when it will be under control.

I don’t envy anyone making these decisions. Ultimately, I hope we get to see LSU and the rest of the SEC play this fall (and the other Power-5 conferences, too). But like most of us, I’m at the mercy of the conference leaders. They’re the ones who will make the final decisions…eventually.

So what do we do if college football doesn’t happen this fall? If you’re like me, you’re going to have a lot of free time. I pretty much plan my fall around college football. Usually, in early August, I’m filled with excitement at the anticipation of the new season. There’s nothing like a college football Saturday. It’s like Christmas every week. The thought of not having it this fall is incredibly depressing.

But if it happens, it happens. We’ll have to deal with it as best we can.

Fortunately, I have a few ideas on how you can pass the time if we don’t have college football.

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