The University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa already is on record in favor of skipping a few days of classes to allow students to attend the national championship of college football. Football, it seems, also trumps the legal system. The Christian Science Monitor reported that a state judge agreed to delay a civil trial so lawyers could attend the game. One lawyer's motion requesting the delay said: "Such an event only comes infrequently during a person’s lifetime and is an achievement of such a magnitude that all involved in this litigation should want everyone to fully participate in this achievement."
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