The College Football America Yearbook staff will be at three games this weekend, with an FCS matchup highlighting the trips.
Chuck Cox and Matthew Postins will both be in the state of Texas this weekend, with Cox in Nacogdoches, Texas, and Kilgore, Texas, while Postins will be in Commerce, Texas.
Cox will cover two games on Saturday. The late game will be in Nacogdoches, Texas, when the SFA Lumberjacks — coming off a near-win over Texas Tech — host the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils at Homer Bryce Stadium. The staff most recently covered MVSU on the road a few years ago when they opened the season at North Dakota.
This will be the second straight week the staff has covered the SFA Lumberjacks.
Earlier in the day, Cox will be in Kilgore, Texas, as the No. 3-ranked Kilgore College Rangers host the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norse. Cox covered the Rangers in a couple of games this past spring.
Postins will be in Commerce, Texas, as the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions will host the West Florida Argonauts at 7 p.m. eastern.
The Argos are the No. 1 team in the nation in Division II and remain the nation’s defending champions. The staff last covered the two teams in 2019. Postins shot both a Lions game at home and the Argos’ Division II national title game with Minnesota State.
These will be games nine, 10 and 11 of the 2021 season for the staff. Links to our stories and photo galleries from the first eight games of the season are below.
The College Football America 2021 Yearbookfeatures more than 900 college football teams from the United States and Canada in more than 250 striking, full-color pages. That includes every team from the NCAA (FBS, FCS, Division II and Division III), NAIA, NJCAA, CCCAA and U Sports (Canada). It also includes updates on club football, one-year postgraduate prep/sports academies and Mexican college football, along with dozens of action shots and stadium photos taken by the CFA staff.
2021 Games Covered by CFA
Game 1: UC Davis at Tulsa (Postins)
Game 3: South Dakota at Kansas (Postins)
Game 4: Fordham at Nebraska (Postins)
Game 6: Oregon at Ohio State (Cox)
Game 8: Idaho at Indiana (Cox)