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College Football Romantic Comedies: A Valentine's Day Guide

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Curl up on the couch for the SEC-xiest romantic comedies of all time.

Valentine's Day is nearly upon us, which means it's time to show that special someone just how much you care by frantically grabbing whatever is left from the scarcely stocked tent outside HEB and an $8 bottle of champagne at the Valero station. But beyond gifts, you need evening plans, and unless you're one of those overachievers who actually made dinner reservations, a romantic movie is the safest bet.

But you hate romantic comedies. They're so screechy and predictable. Well you know what's not annoying and most definitely not predictable? College football rom-coms. Enjoy.

breakfast at reveilles

CRITICS' REVIEW: A world where a free-spirited lady can do no wrong and her antics have no consequences. What's not to like? Four waffles.

youve got daylon

CRITICS' REVIEW: This techno-comedy will have audiences on the edge of their seats the entire time. Five Emoji.

SEC AND THE CITY

CRITICS' REVIEW: With an ensemble cast like this, the material should write itself. Unfortunately, heavy-handed producing gets in the way of this project's full potential. Two point five Phyllises.

playbook

CRITICS' REVIEW: The classic story of a jilted fanbase pining for the right defensive coordinator, with a surprise twist at the end. Raw emotion trumps sentimentality in this case. Four interceptions.

spav actually

CRITICS' REVIEW: Never really went anywhere; spent too much time going side to side with different storylines. One point five first downs.

foot les

CRITICS' REVIEW: Classic attempt at the fish-out-of-water story goes awry when the fish turns out to just be a man in a large fish suit eating St. Augustine. Director also allowed this to run on with no attention to the time. Point five quarterbacks.