Mark Schlabach is one of the top college football writers in the country. A University of Georgia graduate, Mark worked his way up the journalism ladder. He worked at The Red & Black as a student, then for the Athens Banner-Herald and subsequently the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. An award-winning author, Schlabach has authored some two dozen books, and once simultaneously had three on the New York Times Top 10 Best Seller List. For over a decade now, Mark has been the lead college football writer for ESPN & ESPN.com. He and his wife Heather are the parents of three children.
In the interview, Mark recounts his days growing up a Notre Dame fan, the ‘97 Kentucky game when his dog “Tubby” ran on the field, the “Duck Dynasty” books, and a couple of victorious nights in Athens.