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karmew32
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Ponchatoula, LA
Member since Jan 2017
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re: College Football Eras by Generation
Definitely. It probably stems from the fact that USC's reign was shorter-lived and they were never in the title chase without winning their conference, not to mention their generally more exciting playstyle.
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noonan
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Nassau Bay, TX
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re: College Football Eras by Generation
This doesn't make sense to me. The popularity timeframe is when they are in high school?


mizzoubuckeyeiowa
Member since Nov 2015
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re: College Football Eras by Generation
1985-1995 was the shite.

The U, USC was still in the mix being ranked #1, Notre Dame came back to stardom, FSU was rolling, Washington was huge, Bama came back, Penn State finally won it's first Natty, Nebraska was huge, Colorado.

It was a truly National landscape of teams and not just centered on a few teams or region.

Late 80's to early 90's was an apex for a sport that wants to appeal to all fanbases across the country.
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Switzerland
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re: College Football Eras by Generation
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I like the Beamer celebrating 0-0 snuck in there

perfect representation of millennial culture


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karmew32
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re: College Football Eras by Generation
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This doesn't make sense to me. The popularity timeframe is when they are in high school?

That's around when most people become fans of the sport as a whole, not just the team they support.


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