Profiling FCS in CFA 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia

College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia, the signature publication of RoadTripSports, is on sale now at lulu.com, amazon.com and iTunes. We already have at least one fan of our publication who purchased his book Thursday night and called it the best college football annual he’s ever seen. Well, we agree. But we’re also a bit biased. College Football America hits every level of college football, from FBS all the way down to junior colleges.

Our third section is on FCS football. Is the dynasty in Fargo, ND, dead?

North Dakota State, winner of the last three FCS national championships, lost its core group of seniors and its head coach, Craig Bohl, who took the same job at Wyoming. The Bison should be good in 2014, but will they be four-peat good?

Old Dominion, Appalachian State and Georgia State, powers in the recent past, have moved to FBS. The independent ranks are drying up, as Charlotte is the only one remaining and will move to FBS in 2015.

Thanks to that movement, four different leagues — the Big South, the Colonial Athletic Association, the Southern Conference and the Southland Conference — are making additions to their league rosters this season.

In this section, we profile every FCS conference and every FCS school. We bring you our FCS Top 30, and there’s a good chance that NDSU won’t be at the top this season. But near the top? There’s a pretty good chance of that happening.

Can Towson repeat as an FCS finalist? What about Eastern Illinois and Eastern Washington? Can those teams make deep playoff runs again? We’ll handicap the odds.

You’ll learn a little more about these college towns along the way, including what these towns are famous for as the 2014 season begins.

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

Amazon (hardcover book): http://amzn.to/1ovg7hu

iTunes: http://bit.ly/1sVtii7

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