Greensboro, NC -- In the game of politics verses football, at Kick Back Jacks in Greensboro, there is no competition.
On the night of the start of college football, the last pre-season football game, and the official beginning of the GOP presidential campaign, all TVs at the sports bar were turned on pigskin, not politics.
But just because these fans weren't at home watching the man who may be our next president formally except the nomination, it doesn't mean they're not following the play by play of what's being talked about at the convention.
"The stagnation of the economy with the gridlock of small businesses," said one football fan.
"The most important topics for me are going to be of course the creation of jobs," said another.
"I would say two things - the economy, the national debt, and jobs," explained Tom Fosheiser, a customer at Kick Back Jacks.
"The most important topics for me are definitely to economy and healthcare reform," said Elizabeth Bullard.
Most of these people say politics can take a back seat on this night because they already have their political line-up done for November.
"Yes I am a decided voter," said Anita DuBose.
"It's pretty clear to me," said Fosheiser.
"Oh yah, I'm a decided voter," explained Bob Griffith.
As for those still sitting on the sidelines, they're questioning whether to get into the political game.
"I have not decided who I am going to vote for yet," said Bullard.
"I'm sort of in-between, I'm just listening to both side," said Chris Houck.
WFMY News 2