Whew. Finally, the NFL regular season is over and I can stop taking notes and start sharing those notes. This season, around Week 4, I realized that there’s no point in me writing week to week articles or podcasts when my main focus is on trying to figure out how a Super Bowl champion is created and how Super Bowls are won. So with that in mind I just kept piling up the notes and ideas all season.
In October, I went to the Red River Shootout with my father and sister because she’s a student at the University of Texas, I saw West Virginia at Baylor the next week before flying back to New Jersey. I then decided to drive back down there for the month of November to stay with my roommate from URI and see a different game every weekend. I saw Kansas at Texas, Oklahoma at Baylor, Baylor at Oklahoma State, and Baylor at TCU during my time there, while also exploring Jerry World before the Thanksgiving game with some cheap standing room only tickets. I had a lot of fun driving each weekend to see these games and experience each stadium, but I also got a perspective on Big 12 football that has added to my understanding of the game.
After finishing the rough draft of Caponomics this summer, I think I needed some time off from writing long-form and some time to process what I had just written. I knew I needed to watch the game more closely than I’ve ever been able to in the past with my own football playing responsibilities, along with school up through fall 2014. The whole process of what I did this season has really prepared me for a better offseason this year and I look forward to sharing all the stuff I’ve been working on, getting some questions from you guys and continuing to improve on this podcast every week. This podcast will allow me to share a lot more information than I ever could have just writing, it’ll help me clear the clutter out of my head with all the things I want to share and it’ll help me focus in for some of the longer articles that I will be writing this year.
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