Dos Equis is introducing the College Football Football College, a series of free online courses that gives fans an opportunity to earn a certificate in watching college football. The certificate is a real, physical manifestation of how much students have learned throughout the semester, provided they print the PDF and hang it in their home next to other certificates and degrees - which we highly recommend they do.
Enrollment opens on August 24 with the launch of ten video lessons, and students are encouraged to do what they do best binge 'em all. Students who complete the final exam by December 20, 2019 will be automatically entered for a chance to win tickets to the College Football Playoff National Championship in New Orleans, Louisiana.
As the Official Beer Sponsor of the College Football Playoff, we're literally in the hands of fans across the country as they watch and debate big, game-making plays all season long, said Karla Flores, brand director for Dos Equis. That's why we're proud to be turning the football watchers of today into the football-watching leaders of tomorrow.
The curriculum was developed in partnership with John U. Bacon, author of countless books on college football. Professor Bacon's courses include misconceptions, trick plays, offensive positions and plenty more. Faculty also includes Jay Cutler, former college and professional quarterback, Katie Nolan, ESPN personality, and Martellus Bennett, former college and professional tight end. While the college itself is absurd, the classes are legit.
Professor Cutler, College Football Football College graduate and football-watching mentor added, Fans can now be the first in their family to earn a football watching certificate from a beer brand, which is a real accomplishment. Something to be proud of, for sure.
To learn more about the Dos Equis College Football Football College or to enroll in courses, visit www.dosequis.com/edu. The Dos Equis College Football Football College is not an accredited university, but we think it's more fun if you pretend that it is.