My Story, a series of one-minute testimonials from all corners of college football, are running for 150 consecutive days of ESPN's CFB150 project. Current and former players, coaches, administrators, media and fans will offer memories of the game and untold stories in 60-second-long videos. Here's a link to each one.
The Wave tradition at Iowa
Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz discusses the tradition of waving to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital before every 4th quarter at home games and how it has impacted the entire community.
14-year-old chain crew worker later becomes Big Ten administrator
Big Ten Associate Commissioner Jason Yellin recalls how working the chain crew for a Stony Brook football game as a 14-year-old launched his career in college sports.
Hearing-impaired linebacker excels at Brown
Former Brown LB Dan Giovacchini discusses how being hearing impaired helped the football team improve their on-field communication.
Don McPherson's worst game cemented 1987 undefeated season
Former Syracuse QB Don McPherson recalls how the final game of the 1987 undefeated season was actually the worst game of his football career.
Joel Klatt struggles in first career start at Colorado
Joel Klatt recounts how poorly his first career start went at Colorado and how head coach Gary Barnett reacted to his initial drive.
McCauley recalls breaking O.J. Simpson's NCAA career rushing record
Former UNC running back Don McCauley recounts rushing for 279 yards in his final game to break the NCAA career rushing record held by O.J. Simpson.
Fordham football plays for NYC after the attacks of September 11
Former Fordham head coach Dave Clawson recalls how September 11, 2001 not only affected the New York City based school and football program, but also galvanized the team to a winning season.
Matt Ryan remembers his BC jersey retirement
Former Boston College QB Matt Ryan recalls growing up a fan of Boston College and later having the honor of having his jersey retired after a storied BC career.
Cal fan becomes a school hero in 1992, U.S. hero in 2001
Cal fan Mark Bingham becomes a school hero after tackling the Stanford mascot in 1992 and later a hero of Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.
Kentucky intercepts Florida 7 times and still loses
Kentucky alum Michael Eaves recalls the 1993 game vs. No. 7 Florida when the Gators threw 7 interceptions and still beat the Wildcats, ruining all hopes for a post-game party.
Will Muschamp recalls the emotional turn of the "Bluegrass Miracle"
Kentucky fans weren't the only ones left shocked. Former LSU defensive coordinator Will Muschamp couldn't believe what just happened on November 9, 2002.
Florida student attempts punting with Steve Spurrier
Former Florida student newspaper columnist Andrea Adelson reflects on the time she spent the day with Steve Spurrier trying to outkick the Gator punters.
13-year-old photographer gets wiped out on sideline
ESPN writer Ryan McGee recalls taking photographs on the sideline during North Carolina at Virginia in 1983 and getting wiped out by a defensive player on the game-winning touchdown.
Emmitt Smith gets going with the Gators
Former Florida running back Emmitt Smith recalls rushing for 224 yards and two touchdowns vs. Alabama in his first career start for the Gators.
Lamar Jackson puts Louisville on the map with win vs. FSU
Former Louisville QB Lamar Jackson recalls his confidence going into the Florida State game in 2016 and how that game put Louisville on the national stage.
Arkansas Tech dedicates season to teammate after tragic drowning death
Arkansas Tech Assistant Athletic Director Paul Smith recounts watching the football team rally around one another after the tragic drowning death of teammate Zemaric Holt in 2015.
Cristobal eats a cheeseburger after winning a title
Former Miami offensive lineman Mario Cristobal recalls winning the national championship and celebrating by falling asleep with a cheeseburger in his hotel room.
Auburn fan predicts national title
Auburn fan Alecia Hamm recalls how her belief that Cam Newton could lead Auburn to a national championship led to a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Clemson fan wants to run every college football field
Clemson fan Barrie Sergio has made it his mission to visit every FBS stadium and experience the sensation of running for a TD on each field.
Alabama's Sugar Bowl loss made Rece Davis cry in the tub
ESPN announcer & Alabama alum Rece Davis recalls how heartbroken he was after Notre Dame defeated his Crimson Tide in the 1973 Sugar Bowl.
Honoring the Texas A&M students whose lives were lost
Kurt Kragthorpe remembers the afternoon at Kyle Field when Texas and Texas A&M came together to honor the Aggie students who lost their lives during a bonfire tragedy.
A Nebraska fumble leads to mouthful of soap
Mountain West Associate Commissioner Andy Seeley recalls getting his mouth washed out with soap as a child when he cursed during a Nebraska football game.
Doug Flutie's Boston College era begins
Doug Flutie, winner of the 1984 Heisman Trophy, details his first start at quarterback for Boston College.
Tim Tebow's promise
Former Florida QB Tim Tebow recalls his famous speech, "The Promise."
Maria Taylor attends Georgia's first-ever blackout game
Georgia alum & ESPN reporter Maria Taylor recalls attending the first-ever Georgia blackout game in Sanford Stadium in 2007.
Chan Gailey remembers Calvin Johnson's freshman year
Former Georgia Tech head coach Chan Gailey reminisces about Calvin Johnson's immediate impact as a freshman standout receiver.
Trey Wingo recalls son's first college game
ESPN's Trey Wingo remembers the emotions of watching his son's first collegiate football start at Georgetown.
Mike Leach describes college football's worst visitor's locker room
Washington State head coach Mike Leach explains how Mississippi State has the absolute worst visitor's locker room in college football.
Eddie George's Penn State recruitment
1995 Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George recalls how his recruitment to Penn State turned into a disappointment when they asked him to play linebacker instead of running back.
Danny Wuerffel gets benched by Steve Spurrier
1996 Heisman Trophy winner Danny Wuerffel recalls when coach Steve Spurrier pulled him from a game vs. Kentucky after throwing an interception.