According to a reliable fake news site, reflectionofmind.org, NASA has confirmed there will be 15 days of darkness from Nov. 15 to Nov. 30.
That means … every game is a night game. Yay!
The incredibly bogus report said NASA confirmed that the phenomenon will start on Nov. 15 at 3 a.m. and will most likely last until Nov. 30, 4:45 p.m. Which time zone? Who knows? But it definitely won’t be Daylight Saving Time.
During this specific period, Jupiter and Venus will come in close proximity of each other and will be separated by just 1 degree …. yada yada yada … no sunlight.
A night thing
So, according to bleachreport.com, you’ll want to be at one of these venues during this darkness:
- Beaver Stadium, University Park, Pa. (Penn State): Taking on Nebraska on Nov. 18 (at Maryland on Nov. 25).
- Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, La. (LSU): The Only home game is Nov. 25 against Texas A&M. The other game is at Tennessee on Nov. 18. Bingo! (see No. 5).
- Autzen Stadium, Eugene, Ore. (Oregon): Bonus time for the Ducks with TWO games at home: vs. Arizona (Nov. 18) and vs. Oregon State (Nov. 25).
- Lane Stadium, Blacksburg, Va. (Virginia Tech): Hokies host Pitt on Nov. 18 and then play at rival Virginia on Nov. 24.
- Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tenn. (Tennessee): Bonus time for Vol fans with TWO games at home: vs. LSU (Nov. 18) and vs. Vandy (Nov. 25).
Football is better at night, everywhere, right? This happened at night …
And this happened at night …