Alabama's AD Says We're Going to Have Full Football Stadiums This Fall and I Am Horny

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Oh baby, we are BACK! Everybody get in line for that damn vaccine because we are piling into stadiums that smell like piss and paying $12 for a beer with a fervor previously unknown to mankind in 2021.

I can't even tell you how thrilled I would be to have the opportunity to be nickeled and dimed just to get the opportunity to be sandwiched into a 100-year-old building with 102,000 other people on a 98-degree September day. $125 ticket? Sign me up. $50 for parking? You got it, boss. $8 pizza the size of my palm? I'd love to.

And all for the privilege of being incredibly uncomfortable and unfathomably hot for four hours to be ultimately disappointed. But I'd give anything to be able to do it right this second.

With most schools being somewhere around 25 percent capacity this past season, it was certainly better than nothing. But it wasn't even close to the same. And when I'd see a Big Ten game with literally nobody in the crowd, it didn't even feel like the result was going to count. College football and basketball need fans back more badly than any other sports because the fans make the entire experience.

But with guys like Greg Byrne saying Alabama is moving forward with plans to have 100,000 people at games this fall, I am invigorated with a renewed sense of hope for a 2021 college football season that looks like all the ones we have seen before 2020. Let's do it.