College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia publisher Kendall Webb and editor-in-chief Matthew Postins joined host Bryan Houston and RattleandHumSports.com’s Tommy Smith for a lively discussion about their new publication and about the 2014 college football season.
Webb and Postins talked about why College Football America is the most complete college football yearbook of its kind on the market. Meanwhile, the quartet also discussed the Big 12 Conference and how Oklahoma, Baylor and Oklahoma State may all have a legitimate claim to the conference championship. They also talked about the major changes at Texas and how that could impact the Longhorns for years to come.
Don’t miss our lively debate about the College Football Playoff. Looking for a guarantee that the new selection committee for the College Football Playoff won’t get political? Well, Webb and Postins say they have faith in the process, as ambiguous as it may seem right now, while Houston won’t let them off the hook.
The discussion turns to Texas A&M and just how good the Aggies will be in 2014. Then Webb and Postins talk about their major trips and the great venues they’re looking forward to seeing in 2014.
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