History of College Football

The History of College Football, a NCAA gridiron memory lane. From Heisman winners to National Champions, all-time teams, players, and their record settings performances, streaks and scores, we strive to remember. Teams that formed our memories, the rivalries that ensued, Alabama-Auburn, Michigan-Ohio State, ND-USC, Oklahoma-Nebraska, Army-Navy, Harvard-Yale, Lehigh-Lafayette to name a few. The coaches instrumental in shaping the game that is now the ACC, AAC, Big 12, Big Ten, Conference USA, Independents, Mid-American, Mountain West, Pac 12, SEC, Sun Belt, this podcast is dedicated to saying thank you to you all.

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Host - Jay Abramson

Jay Abramson has been a Principal Lecturer at Arizona State University since 1998 and has 38 years of teaching experience. Prior to arriving at ASU, Abramson taught at community colleges and served as Chair of Midlands Technical College in Columbia, SC. Abramson was the recipient of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Distinguished Teaching Award for Lecturers, and the School of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences Award for Outstanding Instruction and Service at ASU.

Abramson was also awarded Teacher of the Year Awards at Texas State Technical College and Amarillo College. Abramson has been active in developing and teaching videos to accompany several courses, including Calculus for Engineers 1 and 2, Calculus for Business Majors 1 and 2, College Algebra, Precalculus, and Linear Algebra. He has authored four textbooks, including Precalculus, College Algebra, and Algebra and Trigonometry, offered by Openstax.

He has authored four video ebooks, Precalculus, Precalculus with Co-requisites, College Algebra and Algebra, and Trigonometry published by Access Alliance for Education. He is also the author and host of the podcast History of College Football.

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