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Sunday Night Random Thread:How Do You Cope On This First Week With No Football Edition

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HADLEIGH, ENGLAND - JULY 31:  Julien Absalon of France in action on his way to winning the LOCOG Mountain Bike Test Event for London 2012 at Hadleigh Farm on July 31, 2011 in Hadleigh, England.  (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)
HADLEIGH, ENGLAND - JULY 31: Julien Absalon of France in action on his way to winning the LOCOG Mountain Bike Test Event for London 2012 at Hadleigh Farm on July 31, 2011 in Hadleigh, England. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)
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Well now that we are in the off-season, at least for us fans. As this is the first week with no football on TV since late summer how do you pass the time on your weekends? For many of us it will start warming up outside where we live in a few short weeks (sorry Keith you still have to wait a couple of more months) and we will start to indulge in more of our favorite outdoors activities to pass the time.

Some of us participate in sports ourselves like baseball or soccer. Others just go the whole outdoors-man route be it camping, fishing or hunting of some sort. Some like me and Ohio prefer to take to our bikes (although I also hear that he indulges in a bit of hockey here and there) Others might take in a spring or summer festival of some sort. I am a big fan of the music festivals and only wish I had the time to make some of the better ones around the country. Others do not really change their routine much at all. They just move from watching one sport to another.

How about you? How do you spend your weekends and specifically your Sundays with no football and as it warms up outside?

A song by one of my favorites, Chuck Prophet.