The federal Farm Bill sitting before a House committee may end up reducing or eliminating subsidies for crops like cotton. Depending on what happens, it could mean the end of a way of life for one man, Zack Killegrew, who tells guest host Scott Jagow about how farming cotton got into his blood - despite the bugs, the hurricanes and market disasters. In fact, Zack says that if he ever won the lottery, he'd still farm. Scott also talks to Gerald Helferich, author of "High Cotton," a book in which Zack Killegrew is featured. Also on the show: a coach's decision to play his less talented players during the championship game.