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So what did we do on this day in College Football America Yearbook history?
2017: Mississippi State (FBS) at Texas A&M (FBS)
Our College Football America Yearbook editor Matthew Postins waltzed across Texas to Aggie Land to see the Bulldogs battle the host Aggies in a Southeastern Conference tussle at Kyle Field. MSU signal-caller Nick Fitzgerald rushed for 105 yards, threw for 141 yards and accounted for three touchdowns to lead his team to a lopsided 35-14 win. The Bulldogs went on to finish 9-4 and top Louisville in a bowl game.
2017: Air Force (FBS) at Colorado State (FBS)
Our College Football America Yearbook director of editorial content Chuck Cox started a two-state doubleheader at the beautiful new home of the Rams, Canvas Stadium. What better way to start the day than with a rivalry game? On this day, nothing could stop the U.S. Air Force, which rolled to a 45-28 victory to hand CSU its first home loss at the new digs. The Ram-Flacon Trophy returned to Colorado Springs.
2017: New Mexico (FBS) at Wyoming (FBS)
Our College Football America Yearbook director of editorial content Chuck Cox matriculated from Fort Collins, Colorado, to Laramie, Wyoming, to see his second Mountain West Conference game of the day. The defense ruled the day for the Cowboys, racking up a school-record seven takeaways in a lopsided 42-3 win on a brisk night at War Memorial Stadium. Current Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 234 yards and four touchdowns in the win.
2017: FAU (FBS) at Western Kentucky (FBS)
Our College Football America Yearbook publisher Kendall Webb made the scenic drive from Nashville to Bowling Green, Kentucky, to see the Hilltoppers and Owls do battle in Conference USA play. Current Buffalo Bills running back Devin Singletary rushed for 244 yards and four touchdowns to lead FAU to the win at Houchens Energy-L.T. Smith Stadium. The Owls went on to finish 11-3 with a conference title and a bowl win under head coach Lane Kiffin.