NASHVILLE, Tenn. — RoadTripSports.com is proud to announce the release of the 2018 edition of the College Football America Yearbook, an annual publication that previews every college football conference at every level of college football in the United States and Canada.
The fifth annual print edition is available via Amazon.com and Barnes & Noble.com at a list price of $39.99, while the digital edition will be available via iBooks for $9.99. Many retailers, however, offer the print edition for even less.
“It’s hard to believe we’ve been doing this every year since 2012 beginning with our first early prototype for what this book would ultimately become,” says Kendall Webb, the publisher of the College Football America Yearbook. “It’s evolved from that early design to the book we’ve got out on the market this year, and we’re proud to get it in the hands of college football fans.
“We love all the other well-known preseason football yearbooks just as much as anybody, but the one thing we wanted to do when we started this was cover everybody – from the major colleges of the Football Bowl Subdivision all the way down to the small colleges of the NCAA and the NAIA to the junior colleges of the NJCAA and the CCCAA. These days, we even include previews of Canada’s U Sports leagues along with an update on the Mexican college football scene.”
The College Football America Yearbook is published independently by Webb with Matthew Postins serving as the publication’s editor-in-chief. Chuck Cox, meanwhile, assists as the director of editorial content. All of the publication’s staff members are members of the Football Writers Association of America, and collectively serve on the selection committees for severalof college football’s major postseason awards.
“We hit the road every fall spreading out across America covering college football, and then in the spring, we convene once again to put this book together,” Webb says. “Chuck provides invaluable insight into what should be in the book and what shouldn’t be while Matthew really is in the driver’s seat, so to speak, when we start the whole process each spring.
“He also got a solid shot of Nick Saban that we used on the cover this year. ”
Saban, of course, led the Crimson Tide to a fifth national title under his watch in 2017. The title is Saban’s sixth overall counting a single title at LSU to conclude the 2003 season. The six titles tie Saban for first place on the all-time list with former Crimson Tide boss Paul “Bear” Bryant, and he’ll go for No. 7 this fall with another loaded Alabama squad.
Some of the other features in the 318-page publication include:
- Top Ten Games of 2018: Five FBS games and one game each in FCS, Division II, Division III, NAIA and Juco that will be impactful this season.
- The Heisman Race: A look at the front-runners and dark horses for college football’s most prestigious award in 2018.
- The Dream Team: The College Football America Yearbook’s unique take on major college football’s All-America team.
- Schedules and Results: 2018 schedules and 2017 results for every college football team in the United States, including all NCAA, NAIA, NCCAA, USCAA, NJCAA and CCCAA programs.
Additionally, College Football America 2018 Yearbook previews all of the conferences at every level in the United States along with the four conferences of Canada’s U Sports. The yearbook also provides updates of Mexico’s CONADEIP and ONEFA leagues.
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