2014 College Football America Review: Week 5

Foreman Field, the home of Old Dominion football. (RoadTripSports photo by Kendall Webb)

Foreman Field, the home of Old Dominion football. (RoadTripSports photo by Kendall Webb)

College Football America staffed five games in Week 5. Here we wrap up the week, show you how far we’ve traveled and provide links to our photo galleries. We’ve traveled more than 18,000 miles in the name of college football.

Week 5

Game 30: Middle Tennessee at Old Dominion

Foreman Field at S.B. Ballard Stadium, Norfolk, VA, Sept. 26

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Kendall Webb

Miles Traveled: 705 miles (9,782 miles total)

Game 31: Bridgewater at The Apprentice School

War Memorial Stadium, Newport News, VA, Sept. 27

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Kendall Webb

Miles Traveled: 27 miles (9,809 miles total)

Game 32: Morgan State at Norfolk State

William Dick Price Stadium, Norfolk, VA, Sept. 27

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Kendall Webb

Miles Traveled: 27 miles (9,836 miles total)

Game 33: Methodist at Christopher Newport

POMOCO Stadium, Newport News, VA, Sept. 27

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Kendall Webb

Miles Traveled: 27 miles (9,863 miles, plus 680 miles to return home, 10,543 miles total)

Game 34: Texas Lutheran at Southwestern Assemblies of God (SAGU)

Lumpkins Stadium, Waxahachie, TX, Sept. 27

RTS/CFA staff in attendance: Chuck Cox

Miles Traveled: 60 miles (2,999 miles total)

Miles Traveled so far:

Cox: 2,999 miles

Postins: 5,114 miles

Webb: 10,543 miles

Total: 18,656 miles

College Football America will be on the road all season bringing you the best of the college football season. Check back here at Postins Postcards or follow along on Twitter at @PostinsPostcard or @RoadTripSports. You can also view more of our content and photo galleries on our Facebook page. And be warned: The new RoadTripSports.com is coming.

The College Football America 2014 Yearbook Encyclopedia — which features 926 college football teams and 451 full-color pages — is available for just $9.99 at iTunes. Go to iTunes and search for “College Football America,” or just click here: http://bit.ly/1sVtii7

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