Dave Revsine Talks About His College Football Book With Keith Olbermann

Want to learn more about college football’s early history? Dave Revsine, who moved from ESPN to become the lead studio anchor at Big Ten Network, has written a book chronicling the early years of college football, The Opening Kickoff. Last night, he appeared on Keith Olbermann’s show.

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Yes, yes, yes, a great many college football fans, coming from the South, hate Keith Olbermann’s guts. No one has to get over that or change one’s mind about Olbermann. This is about Revsine and his insights into college football’s formative period. You’ll learn a lot about the sport and its place in the larger scope of American history.

About Matt Zemek

Matt Zemek is the managing editor of The Student Section, covering college football and basketball with associate editors Terry Johnson and Bart Doan. Mr. Zemek is the editor of Crossover Chronicles, covering the NBA. He is also Bloguin's lead tennis writer, covering the major tournaments. He contributes to other Bloguin sites, such as The AP Party.

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