College Football America Flashback: 94 Days to Football

June 2 marks 94 days to the start of the major college football season on Sept. 3, 2015. Every day leading up to kickoff to the 2015 season we’ll take you back to a photo from our travels last season, a photo that may or may not be in our upcoming publication, the College Football America 2015 Yearbook. The book will be available this summer through Amazon.com, iBooks (please download the iBooks app to purchase and view) and Lulu.com. When the book hits the streets we’ll let you know. It’s the most comprehensive guide to the college football season, with preview information on every conference and every team in every division of the game in a high-quality, all-color presentation. We hope you’ll check it out. Until then check out our 2014 edition at Amazon.com and iBooks.

BB&T Field, the home of Wake Forest Demon Deacon football. (RoadTripSports photo by Chuck Cox)

BB&T Field, the home of Wake Forest Demon Deacon football. (RoadTripSports photo by Chuck Cox)

This is one of my favorite photos, as far as stadium shots go, just because it’s different. It’s the front enterance to BB&T Field, the home of the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Chuck Cox took this photo and, as you can tell, he did a great job of framing that mean-looking Deacon with the front facade of the stadium. Once of those examples where you don’t need the field to have a good stadium photo. The Demon Deacons will be looking to bounce back this season after a 3-9 season in 2014 under Dave Clawson.

Check in with us tomorrow for our next photo in our College Football America Flashback.

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