College Football Keynote Speakers Motivate Others In The Offseason

The exciting close to the first ever College Football Playoff in history brings back memories of champions past who now take center stage as motivational sports speakers.

College Football Keynote Speakers

Were there a few less Ducks on the pond as you drove past on your way to work this morning? Well, don’t be alarmed. The Ohio State Buckeyes took full advantage of the last few weeks of duck season when they bagged a 42-20 victory in last night’s National Title game thanks to the gun show provided by a high-powered Ohio State offense. Head Coach Urban Meyer took home his 3rd National Championship, tying Nick Saban as the only 2 coaches to win national championships at more than 1 college or university.

Watching the scarlet and silver streamers flood the turf at AT&T Stadium last night brought on flashbacks of bowl games past and the legendary sports figures whose performances will stand the test of time. The BCS Bowl system, albeit a source of controversy for many years, afforded us memorable performances and coaching displays by retired sports speakers who now use their stories to entertain and inspire others at corporate conferences, fundraisers, meet and greets and other personal appearances.

Some of the more distinguished sports speakers for hire are the ones who have been present for more than one of these memorable moments: the announcers. Ohio State alum Kirk Herbstreit and Chris Fowler called the big game last night.

Both are active college football keynote speakers and also spend their time off camera working as celebrity spokespeople for brands and campaigns.

There are many other prominent sports broadcasters who double as college football keynote speakers. College Football icon Lee Corso and Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard provide their 2 cents on the set of College Gameday and as guest keynote speakers at events.

Sports broadcasters can tell you what that special moment was like from the outside looking in, but past players and coaches can tell you what it was like to live them. Former Ohio State standouts Eddie George and Maurice Clarett chose different career paths after successful college careers but have equally impact messages to deliver to your audience as college football keynote speakers. Heisman Trophy winners Doug Flutie, Barry Sanders, Herschel Walker and Tim Tebow also have blossomed into motivational sports speakers following their triumphs on the football field. These are only a small sampling of the many available college football keynote speakers for hire today.

Sports Speakers Bureau has experience in booking high profile athletes, coaches and personalities from both the college and professional ranks. Our dedicated team can help assist companies, brands, foundations and others looking to hire a college football keynote speaker or other famous sports star for an upcoming event. If you are interesting in booking a sports speaker contact us at booking@sports-speakers-bureau.com or call (212)410-4243.

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