So, which is superior at providing over-the-top, redefining excessive glitz, hammer-to-the-head Oh Please Be Convinced That This Is The Most Exciting Thing In The Freaking Universe crank up the volume commercialism? ESPN's College Football Gameday or NBC's Sunday Night Football?
ESPN's features the musical--um, "stylings?" of something named Lzzy Hale (seriously?) screaming her ass off before transitioning to three hours of the musings of recent NFL washouts and ancient fossils drooling over college-aged men (Lee Corso is eighty-two freaking years old. He's been ranting about these young men on television for thirty freaking years, never mind that the last of his brain cells died out at least tweny years ago. It should be downright ILLEGAL for him to crowd-surf. Enough already.)
NBC's features the downright embarressing pomping of Carrie Underwood introducing whatever matchup happens to be the last of the day as if it's the freaking Second Coming. I've never managed to get through either of these cringe-worthy eardrum-assaulting celebrations of excess without slamming down the mute button- and they are almost worse with the sound down.
Only one of them can be the Most Significant Event in Human History since Moses came down from Mount Sinai with the Commandments. So which is it?