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    Ian's Daily Blog - Raise your hand if you think this has been the longest preseason in recent memory. Good – hopefully I’m not alone with this one.[...]

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    Is It Monday Sept 14th YET????? COME ON I am waitin ovah hee
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    #12 Jersey

    Part of it is that the calendar this year calls for the latest Labor Day possible. Up until a number years ago (maybe 7?), the season began on Labor Day week-end. I believe one year when Labor Day was on Sept. 1, the first game was actually on August 31.
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    #12 Jersey

    It was actually 1997.
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    Part of it for me is the fact that in many ways the offseason feels like it began around 1:14 p.m. EST on 9/7/2008.
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    Plus, the damned season starts on a Monday night this year. :(
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