January 01, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pellini leads his team onto the field at the start of the Capital One bowl against the Georgia Bulldogs at The Citrus Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

What to Do Until The Season Starts: Bearding

January 01, 2013; Orlando, FL, USA; Nebraska Cornhuskers head coach Bo Pellini leads his team onto the field at the start of the Capital One bowl against the Georgia Bulldogs at The Citrus Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Brad Barr-USA TODAY Sports

 

We are one week closer to kickoff, but being closer does not satisfy our need for football.  Last week we suggested that updating the man cave could be a way to get through another weekend without the game we love.  While watching the CFL (which kicked off this weekend) might seem more practical, it’s just not the same. Watching might just irritate you, making it even more frustrating that college football has not yet arrived. This week, we offer up something less conventional, bearding.

Defined by Urban Dictonary as, “The Act of Growing a Beard,” not everyone is capable of truly bearding. I am talking Si From Duck Dynasty type of bearding. If you are going to go for it, you might as well go all out. It would definitely take more than nine weeks of bearding to accomplish a beard the caliber of Si, but you could have one hell of a head start.

Bearding is just a suggestion, it’s not for everyone. Just as some people tweet criticisms of others, some people beard. It’s safer than skydiving and certainly more economical than buying razors. So if bearding is your thing, beard on Husker Fan.

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