Hey, the Super Bowl is starting in a few minutes!!!
Meh. As I’ve listened to the pre-game hoopla — which sometimes feel like it officially started before the two teams actually playing in the game were even determined — I realize I don’t give a flying fig about the game, or the two teams. I don’t care about Deflategate. I don’t care about Richard Sherman, or the Seattle running back who is trying to be Duane Thomas reincarnated. I don’t care whether Bill Belichick looks like a grumpy slob in a slouchy sweatshirt hoodie.
Heck, I don’t even care about the commercials, whether there are racy efforts that have been banned, whether the Budweiser Clydesdales or Spuds McKenzie make a reappearance, or whether the ratings set a new record — which is probably the only thing that the NFL really cares about, in any event.
How many people in America, really, care about the Super Bowl? I think more people really care about the college football national championship than the Super Bowl. It’s so overhyped and overblown, it’s hard to really care much about it if your team isn’t playing.