Football Postmortem: What’s Next?

Well this is the first weekend without football and everyone is trying to figure how to get by for the next 200 or so days until football is back in the saddle in the great state of Texas.

The most exciting two minutes in sports.

The most exciting two minutes in sports.

The NBA All-Star Game is coming up in Houston. The Masters is in Augusta, GA. Major League Baseball has 162 games for you to check out. The best part of the NBA season is still yet to come when the teams actually start to play defense.

Call up TicketCity and head to the Kentucky Derby and put on a hat and drink some Mint Juleps.

Spring football will still carry the day in the south. Recruiting junior days and camps keep football at the front of the mind but, my best advice to you is to get out of the house, grab a friend or loved one and go to an event you have never been to before and act like you belong.

They’ll be a lot of people having fun and you can be one of them.

About Sean Adams

Sean is an expert radio and television guest and commentator covering the national perspective and the history of college football. Currently a columnist covering the University of Texas athletics for ESPN.com and HornsNation, Sean is also a contributor to Longhorn Network.

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