The popular college football analyst weighs in on the craziness of college football and the 2008 season
If television's college football analysts had a Hall of Fame, Craig James would definitely be in it. His opinion and insight on ABC and ESPN-not to mention occasional jabs of sharp humor and Texas charm-are as addictive as the games are.
Game Day takes a complete inside look at the 2008 college football season-from James's behind-the-scenes Spring Tour when he met with players and coaches from twenty top programs to the bowl season. He makes the book timeless by using the season as a springboard to tell tons of great college football stories from his twenty years spent covering the sport .
- Captures twenty years of unforgettable college football wit and wisdom from his time as a player at SMU and for the New England Patriots through his time in the booth
- Includes details about most of the top twenty programs around the country
- Covers the game the way only James can ("No one can capture the essence and spirit of a college football season better than Craig."-Doug Flutie)
No matter what team you support or how well they did in 2008, if you love college football, Game Day is a book you just have to read.
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