When you were a kid you probably imagined hitting the World Series-winning home run, throwing or catching a game-winning touchdown in the Super Bowl or draining a three-pointer as time expires to capture the NBA championship. I probably did some of those things as well, but I have more of a memory of envisioning the post-game press conferences and interviews, both as a player or coach and as a reporter. I knew from an early enough age that I was not going to be a professional athlete — I’m barely what you would call an amateur athlete — but there was always going to be a path to filling a spot on the other side of the sports world.
Hi. My name is Kevin McGuire. I write about sports, and I love it.
College football is my passion, but baseball and the NFL are also on my radar. Right now my college football coverage can be found on College Football Talk, the college football blog for NBCSports.com. I am also the managing editor of Crystal Ball Run and I share more of my personal commentary on No 2-Minute Warning, because there are no two-minute warnings in college football of course.
In addition I also provide commentary on the Philadelphia Eagles. You can find my Eagles reports on CBS Philly throughout the season and on Yahoo! Sports at other times.
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