Inside the quiet home office of the Football Bowl Association's $200,000-a-year CEO; Wright Waters says he's one of the busiest people in college football this month. But is he?
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - He claimed to be one of the busiest people in college football this month. But at 9:30 one December morning, on a day he had said he couldn't possibly find time to talk, Wright Waters waved a reporter inside.
"Alright, I can give you 30 minutes, as long as you don't mind interruptions," said Waters, executive director of the Football Bowl Association, alittle-knowntrade association that works on behalf of the 40 games that cap each college football season.