College Football Country with guest co-host Eric Paslay

12/27/2013

Eric Paslay CFCEric Paslay joins Clay Travis this week as the guest co-host on College Football Country.

While the name might not be instantly familiar, the songs Eric’s written are to most country music fans. They include Eli Young Band’s #1 hit “Even if it Breaks Your Heart” and Love and Theft’s “Angel Eyes.” Eric is on tour now and his self-titled debut is due in stores in February on EMI Nashville. It features the hit single “Friday Night.” On this week’s show Eric talks about writing for other artists, recording his debut album, his Texas football roots and much more.

Also on this week’s installment of College Football Country, WestwoodOne analyst Terry Donahue joins the show to preview bowl season and Clay talks with Baylor head coach Art Briles ahead of the Fiesta Bowl and Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn before his Tigers play Florida State in the BCS National Championship Game.

(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 1: Eric talks about his Texas roots and we hear Eli Young Band’s “Even If It Breaks Your Heart”)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 2: Clay talks with WestwoodOne analyst Terry Donahue to preview bowl season)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 3: Eric is back to talk about his upcoming album and we hear his single “Friday Night”)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 4: Clay’s interview with Baylor head coach Art Briles)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 5: Eric talks about his album’s February release and we hear a song he co-wrote for Jake Owen, “Barefoot Blue Jean Night”)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 6: Clay’s interview with Auburn head coach Gus Malzahn)

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(CFC 12/26/13 – Part 7: Clay wraps up the first season of College Football Country by looking back on the predictions of some of his many co-hosts)

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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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