ESPN football analyst heads to Lansing to discuss debut novel

Aug 24, 2015

ESPN football analyst Ray Bentley has written his first novel. Current State’s Scott Pohl talks with him about “Driftwood.” Bentley also has high expectations for the Michigan State football team this season.


Ray Bentley played his college football at Central Michigan University before heading to the pros. His first novel is called 'Driftwood.'
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Ray Bentley played pro football for ten years, including in two Super Bowls with the Buffalo Bills. The Hudsonville High School graduate played his college football at Central Michigan. For 13 seasons now, he’s been in the booth for ESPN and ABC coverage of college football games. Along with football, his other passion is writing. He’ll be in Lansing to discuss “Driftwood” this week.

Current State's Scott Pohl talks with Ray Bentley about “Driftwood” and the coming college football season. Bentley thinks Michigan State will hoist the national title trophy at the end of the upcoming season.