Galloway provides a sensible way of restoring sanity to big-time college football at the same time he outlines a championship playoff system. His reorganization of conferences and schedules would cut costs, boost revenues, and bring parity to a system that currently favors select universities. This would create the outcome uncertainty and excitement that characterizes the NCAA basketball tournament and show universities that Division I football could be sustainable. For anyone concerned with the future of college football, this book provides food for thought and a basis for constructive discussions. --Jay Coakley
, Ph.D., Profession Emeritus Sociology Dept., University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, National Association for Sport and P.E. (NASPE) Hall of Fame
About the Author
Scott Galloway has spent a lifetime in the world of competitive athletics as an athlete, coach and athletic director. He has coached at the professional, collegiate and high school level and understands how each system works. Today, Galloway works as a sports minister directing youth sports leagues and camps. He frequently speaks on topics such as sportsmanship and ethics in sports.