Welcome to my College Football Travel Tour!
The idea behind this tour was simple – take my love of college football, share my unique stories and experiences from games, and make this a series that travelers would love (regardless of whether they liked college football or not).
Back in October, I set the wheels in motion with trips to the University of Washington, University of South Carolina, and the Naval Academy. I bought my tickets, did my research, and hit the road. I had a loose plan and some ideas but I didn’t know what would happen. Many of the stories that developed were spontaneous and unplanned.
I had amazing moments, unexpected surprises, and memorable experiences. I also had some disappointments like getting off the plane and skipping a trip to Colorado.
I started this series because I love travel and football. I write about my adventures because I wanted to give people a completely different travel experience. I write stories about places that many people may not visit but these towns are interesting, unique, and passionate about life and football in a college town.
The football games, towns, and college campuses are supposed to be the focus of this series. Yet what stands out in this College Football Travel Tour are the people I have met and the doors that have been opened.
I am discovering that other people like this series as well. I want it to be more than a good idea. I want to create a captivating series that draws people in and tells a story of a town, its people, the students, and passion.
Back in November, I met Jay Philips and Michael Haney from 107.5 The Game in Columbia before the South Carolina – Clemson game. I told them what I was doing and they liked the idea. Last Friday, they took the time to interview me about my College Football Travel Tour.
So here’s my radio interview with Jay and Michael on The Halftime Show. I am so grateful to them for having me on the show and appreciate the support and encouragement for this series. Hopefully you will like it as well.