College Football

Sports enthusiast, Walt Chantry is a huge college football fan. Each season, Walt keeps a close eye on college football’s breakout players as they set their sights on the NFL.

Today’s college football players are tomorrow’s NFL legends in the making.  At least, that’s what college football fan, Walt Chantry believes! This football fan loves the excitement in watching these players grow and develop their skills.  For Walt, it’s something special to have watched a legend come to be, starting well before his rookie days in a professional stadium.

College Football Hall of Fame

Recently, Walt Chantry has made plans to visit the official College Football Hall of Fame.  Established in 2014, the current hall of fame was a project nearly five decades in the making.  Prior to its current location in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, the development of the College Football Hall of Fame was a saga in and of itself.  Initially, the project was founded by the National Football Foundation (NFF) in 1951. In 1967, the interactive attraction was planned for development at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey.  However, the hall of fame was not developed on as initially planned; hence, its potential location became a major question for several years until construction was finally initiated in Cincinnati, Ohio. A capsule of accomplishments, the College Football Hall of Fame preserves incredible highlights of the league’s greatest players of all time.

NCAA Football Bowl

College Football

Each season, Walt Chantry eagerly anticipates the playoff and championship games that make up the NCAA football bowl.  With so many events planned across the nation, the series of games is an exciting ride for players and college football fans alike.  It’s also an instrumental opportunity for promising players to capture the attention of scouts representing the National Football League (NFL).  With potential career opportunities on the line, college football players put on an exciting show of sportsmanship and competition during the numerous games that make up the NCAA football bowl.