2014 College Football America NAIA Preseason Top 30 Countdown: No. 2 Cumberlands (KY)

Cumberlands Patriots

College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia, the signature publication of RoadTripSports, is proud to unveil its NAIA Top 30 preseason football rankings. Cumberlands (KY) is No. 2. From the pages of College Football America:

“But the Patriots still have quarterback Adam Craig who was outstanding as a freshman, leading the nation in scoring with 27 touchdowns. All but one of those came on the ground as he finished just seven yards short (1,251) of D’Angelo Jordan for the team rushing lead. Jordan’s loss is huge, however, as he ran for 8.2 yards per carry en route to his 1,258 yards with only 18 negative yards on rushing plays. Craig will need to show development as a passer (1,365 yards, 13 touchdowns in 2013).”

So where does Cumberlands (KY) fit into the picture in the NAIA? 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:

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

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

Check back to find out who is next in the College Football America NAIA Preseason Top 30, as we count down to the opening of the NAIA season on Aug. 28.

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