FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: October 10, 2022
Contact: Jarrett Singer
COLLEGE FOOTBALL QUEST TO VISIT AIR FORCE
Part of Two College Football Fans Mission to See a Game at Every College Football Stadium
58 Down – 73 Remain
New York, NY – The College Football Quest (CFQ) has announced that it will be in attendance at the United States Air Force Academy for the game against the Boise State Broncos on Saturday, October 22, 2022. “I have been to the USAFA in my youth and it is absolutely gorgeous. I look forward to seeing a game in what is truly one of the more unique environments in college football” Jarrett states. Al adds, “We have been to Wyoming which is the highest elevation in college football and going to another high elevation venue will be very exciting. Plus Jarret has been talking about what a beautiful place this is and how we have to get there for a long time.”
The CFQ has completed 58 out of 131 trips to current FBS schools. The USAFA will be the third stop in 2022 with a future stop this year to Georgia State, after previously stopping at Illinois and Minnesota earlier this year. Over the years, they’ve had an opportunity to see a lot of critical games. In the first year of their quest, at a game in DeKalb, Illinois, between the Central Michigan Chippewa’s and the Northern Illinois Huskies, they watched as Northern Illinois battled back from a twenty-four point deficit to force overtime, only to throw an interception and lose. “Exciting games like that keep us going on the Quest, regardless of school size or ranking,” Singer says. Al adds, “They are not all great games or in good weather as we have sat in a typhoon in Oregon.” Both were also in attendance in 2015 at Georgia Tech when the Yellow Jackets blocked a field goal on the last play of the game to upset an undefeated and top 10 Florida State team.
Their sports experiences are not always limited to college football. Jarrett and Al expect to fully tour the campus, stadium, and facilities, documenting as they go on their website, www.collegefootballquest.com. The Quest has given them an opportunity to see a lot of things in America’s college towns they might have otherwise missed. They cite touring West Point, seeing a hockey game at Miami of Ohio, and tailgating with Hawkeye fans in Iowa City as just some of the many highlights of their journey thus far.
Both Botta and Singer are members of the Football Writers Association of America.
About College Football Quest
Since 2008, Jarrett Singer and Al Botta have been on a quest to see a college football game in every home FBS stadium. The seeds of CFQ were planted when Jarrett Singer was attending the University of Florida where he enrolled in a course called Coaching Football. CFQ has evolved into more than just a “check the stadium off a list” event. CFQ strives to obtain the full experience at each location, trying to spend a full few days at each venue as opposed to a quick in and out to just see the game. The game day experience is always the highlight, but CFQ wants to experience tours of the campus, visiting local eateries and shops, tourist attractions, networking with fans, and other local events. CFQ has received national attention in 2015, being profiled in USA today. Their website www.collegefootballquest.com keeps fans updated on their progress.
Jarrett Singer, CFQ Quest Director, @CollegeFbQuest
Al Botta, CFQ Director of the Road Less Traveled @CollFballQuest
If you’d like more information about College Football Quest, or to schedule an interview, please contact Jarrett.