DUE TO COVID 19
Hey BUCKEYE FANS, WE HAVE AN EVENT SCHEDULED WITH KIRK HERBSTREIT FOR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3RD, 6:30 PM AT PROTAGONIST BEER. KIRK WILL TALK ABOUT HIS NEW BOOK CALLED OUT OF THE POCKET AND TAKE QUESTIONS FROM THE ATTENDEES. YOU CAN ALSO PICK UP A SIGNED COPY OF KIRK'S NEW BOOK AT THE EVENT AT A REDUCED COST.
RESERVE YOUR BOOK NOW !!!
Book are $24 each. Charlotte Buckeyes can purchase as many books as they want. Books are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
College GameDay is going to be headed to Charlotte on Saturday September 4th for the Clemson vs Georgia Week 1 matchup. Former Ohio State QB, College GameDay analyst and the voice of College Football on ESPN, Kirk Herbstreit has written a book called Out of the Pocket with fellow ESPN reporter Gene Wojciechowski. The book is about football, fatherhood and College GameDay Saturdays. In the book Kirk shares his life - the dark moments, the trying moments, the triumphant moments, and the moments that define who you are and what you can become.
Please RSVP by clicking on the "Click Here to Buy Ttickets". You can also purchase your signed copy of Kirk's new book by clicking on the link. Once you've reserved tickets for the event and/or Kirk's new book online through the www.charlottebuckeyes.com website, you'll receive a confirmation email of your reservation/Book Purchase. Click the "Click Here to Buy Tickets" link below!Kirk is stopping by while he's in town and spending time with fellow Buckeyes and sharing college football memories and Out of the Pocket's message. Kirk and Gene are both passionate about the book's message and how it can impact other's lives. Kirk shares the insight he's learned from the likes of coaches and players such as Nick Saban, Tim Tebow, Dabo Swinney and Peyton Manning. But most interesting to Buckeye fans, Kirk shares many intimate stories on what it was like growing up as a son of a Ohio State football captain dreaming to one day be a Buckeye, being a high school star in Ohio and his challenging journey to becoming an Ohio State football captain his senior season.