2014 College Football America CIS Preseason Top 30 Countdown: No. 16 Saint Mary’s

Saint Mary's Huskies

College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia, the signature publication of RoadTripSports, is proud to unveil its Canada Interuniversity Sport Top 27 preseason football rankings. Saint Mary’s is No. 16. From the pages of College Football America:

“Saint Mary’s advanced automatically to the Loney Bowl, while Mount Allison had to play in the AUS semifinal against Acadia. Mount Allison won 19-10 — its second win in a row over Acadia after losing to the Axemen, 40-9, in September — and then the Mounties handed Saint Mary’s a 20-17 loss in the Loney Bowl.”

So where does Saint Mary’s fit into the picture in the CIS? You can find out in the College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia, now on sale at lulu.com, amazon.com and iTunes. 926 teams. 451 pages. There’s more college football out there than you can imagine, and every bit of it is in this publication. Every NCAA Division I FBS, FCS, Division II and Division III program is here along with NAIA and the jucos of the NJCAA and CCCAA (California). Not to mention club football programs, and one-year postgraduate prep academies. We even include a page of information on Mexico’s college football scene!

Go to the following places to purchase College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia:

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Check back to find out who is next in the College Football America CIS Preseason Top 27, as we count down to the opening of the Division II season on Aug. 25.

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