College Football Country with guest host David Nail – Listen NOW!

10/25/2013

David Nail CFCDavid Nail joins Clay Travis this week as the guest co-host on College Football Country.

The Missouri native is a huge Mizzou fan and a fan of the St. Louis Cardinals – which means he’s on a great high, with the Tigers at #5 in the first BCS standings of the season and the Redbirds in the World Series.

In this week’s episode of College Football Country, David tells Clay about his love of the Tigers, his new single “Whatever She’s Got” and much, much more.

Also on this week’s installment of College Football Country, Clay previews the biggest games of the week, talks with legendary former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden and previews Alabama-Tennessee with WestwoodOne analyst Derek Rackley.

(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 1: David talks about his Missouri Tigers and we hear his hit “Red Light”)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 2: Clay previews some of the biggest games of the week in college football)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 3: David talks about his new music, including the new single “Whatever She’s Got”)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 4: Clay’s interview with Bobby Bowden)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 5: Clay’s latest tailgate tip and talks tailgating with David – plus his single “Let it Rain”)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 6: Clay’s interview with WestwoodOne analyst Derek Rackley)

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(CFC 10/25/13 – Part 7: David talks about his current tour, watching football on the road and more)

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College Football Country is the newest show added to our programming lineup. The one-hour program is co-hosted each week by a different country music star along with best-selling sports journalist and NBC Sports Radio host Clay Travis.

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