Game Day by Craig James
A Rollicking Journey to the Heart of College Football

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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 boothIncludes details about most of the top twenty programs around the countryCovers 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.

 

About Craig James

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Craig James, formerly a running back for SMU and the New England Patriots, is arguably the most visible college football analyst on television, appearing for ABC and ESPN on Thursday Night Football, as well as Saturday's college football games and studio shows.
 
Published August 11, 2009 by Wiley. 260 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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