NEW YORK, NY --- Founded in 1988 by members of the Metropolitan New York Football Writers Association (established 1935), USA College Football is the nation's premier broadcast, internet and print media outlet that recognizes accomplishments of the student/athletes participating in the 964 football programs at the NCAA Division I-A (CFP), NCAA Division I-AA (FCS), NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III, NAIA, NCCAA, USCAA, USA Community College Football as well as the USA College Football Club Division levels. USA College Football initiated the selection process for All-American teams in 1988 and created the orginal Division III senior all-star event in 1995 that is known as the USA Football Bowl. It has evolved into the nation's third-longest post-season gridiron event as the USA College Football Bowl follows the East - West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl in longevity.

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2014 PRE-SEASON DIVISION ALL-AMERICANS
Selected by members of football media organizations (Metropolitan New York Football Writers Association, New England Football Writers Association, Philadelphia Football Writers and the Football Writers of America Associaition), internet and media publications (Lindy's Sports Annuals, Athlone Sports, Phil Steele's, The Sports Network and USA Football News), college Head Coaches and Sports Information Directors plus professional coaches and scouts, the roster of USA College Football's All-American Teams serves as a "Watch List" for the USA College College Bowl and is distributed to NFL, CFL, Minor League and International football franchises. USA College Football's 26th Annual Pre-Season All-American Teams have been published and may be viewed by clicking on the appropriate Division logo.
REGIONS DEBUT FOR 2014 GRIDIRON SEASON
USA College Football has launched four Regional Divisions (Eastern College Football, Midwestern College Football, Southeast College Football and Western College Football) for the 2014 gridiron season. This project increases the national, regional and local media coverage of college football for all nine divisions by replicating pre and post-season All Star Teams selected by staffs of media, head coaches and sports information directors. It upgrades the marketing and promotion of Player of the Week and post-season outstanding player and individual awards while increasing the participation of standout student/athletes in annual events such as the USA College Football Bowl and traditional USA College Football Awards Banquet. To accomplish these objectives, the staff of USA College Football urges Head Coaches and Sports Information Directors to submit timely nominations for Region Player of the Week Awards by Monday afternoons during the season. Honorees will interviewed on USA Football Network's Regional Tuesday Night Football Radio Shows. The 2014 Pre-Season Regional All-Star Teams have been published.
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NEW YORK, NY (MNYFWA) - Jackson, MS to host 21st USA Football Festival
MONTICELLO, AR (KATV - ABC) - Two UAM players named Pre-Season All-Americans
MARQUETTE, MI (Northern Michigan University) - NMU's Krause named pre-season...
MOUNT VERNON, IA (Cornell College) - Five Rams make pre-season All-American lists
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (SCAC Sports) - SCAC lands 19 on USA Football...
BIMIDJI, MN (BSUBEAVERS.COM) - Christensen, Keebler and Reinke honored as...
OSKALOOSA, IA (William Penn University) - WPU lands four on pre-season...
MALDEN, MA (The Mack Report) - Jere Brown named pre-season...
GOODWELL, OK (OPSU News - Justine Gaskamp) - Holbrook and McClendon named...
RIVERSIDE, CA (The Press Enterprise - Alan Steele) - Four Redlands players on...
FITCHBURG, MA (Fitchburg State University) - Football Earns Four Pre-Season...
BIG RAPIDS, MI (Ferris State University) - Seven Ferris State football players named...
BUIES CREEK, NC (Campbell University) - Five Camels named USA College Football....
WILLIAMSPORT, PA (Lycoming College) - Six Warriors on USA College Football...
RUSSELLVILLE, AR (Courier-News) - Three Wonder Boys named Pre-Season All-Americans
DUBUQUE, IA - Spartans named as Pre-Season All-Americans
DANVILLE, KY (Centre College) - Nine Colonels represented on USA College Football...
CHIPPEWA FALLS, WI (Dunn County News) - Blue Devil quartet earns pre-season football...
ST. LOUIS, MO (MSR.com) - Eagles have four named to Pre-Season...
SHERMAN, TX (Austin College) - Packard, Estes named to USA College Football...
MELBOURNE, FL (Florida Tech) - Seven Panthers chosen Pre-Season...
INDIANOLA, IS (Simpson College) - Finley, Conneally named pre-season...
MARSHALL, TX (KEDK - NBC) - Three ETBU players earrn USA Football Network...

TULSA, OK -. (Oklahoma Sports Blog) - Many from Oklahoma schools on USA College Football's Pre-Season...

OWINGS MILLS, MD (Stevenson University) - Gunther, Lewis named USA College Football PreSeason...
NEWTON, MA (Mount Ida College) - Three Mustang Football Players tabbed Pre-Season All-Americans
UTICA, NY (Hometown Sports) - Acevedo-Hunnewell-Lenahan named Pre-Season All-Americans

WILKES-BARRE, PA (MACFB.COM) - King's WR Dan Kempa named First Team USA College Football Pre-Season...

BEVERLY, MA (Endicott College) - Five Endicott Gridiron Stars named USA College Football Preseason All-Americans
VALPARAISO, IN ( Valparaiso University) - Four Crusaders named USA College Football...
SIOUX FALLS, SD (KWSN - Sports Radio) - Augustana duo named pre-season All-Americans...
WHEELING, WV (WTRF-TV - CBS) - Bison named to USA College Football...
COLUMBUS, OH (Mega Sports News) - Seven Findlay Oilers receive pre-season...
ST. JOSEPH, MO (St. Joseph Post) - Three Griffons earn pre-season All-American...
SAN ANTONIO, TX (Trinity University) - Four Tigers named to USA Football...
DULUTH, MN (NNCNOW.COM) - Saints Trio named pre-season All-Americans...
ORANGE, CA (Chapman University) - Six Panthers named to USA College Football...
ROCKFORD, IL (Rockford University) - LB Seth Swinehart and TE Dane Kirk named...
NORTHFIELD, VT (Norwich University) - Three tabbed to USA Football...
MORRISVILLE, NY (Kaylin Johnson) - Ryan, Williams named Second Team...
HOOVER, AL (National Gridiron Network) - Continuing coverege from USA Football Bowl
LAWRENCEVILLE, GA (Southern Collegiate Athletic Confernce) - Former SCAC All-American honored
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NEW YORK, NY --- USA College Football has upgraded its scope of Player of the Week Awards by adding Regional selection processes to the National format that was introduced by the staff of the Metropolitan New York Football Writers Association in 1988. The categories are Offensive, Defensive, Special Teams, Rookies and Coahes of the Week for CFP, FCS, Division II, Division III, NAIA and Community College programs. Nominations must be submitted by 5:00PM on Mondays with the honorees announced on USA Football Network's Tuesday Night Football Internet Radio Programs and disseminated to the Internet and Print Media following the radio shows.

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NEW YORK, NY --- With the demise of the Casino del Sol, Raycom and Texas vs the Nation games, the Board of USA Football Network, extended invitations to standouts from Division I-A (FBS) football programs in 2013. Commencing with the 2014 season, coverage of the 129 CFP (Division I-A) programs will be elevated to the same level the College Division programs have received for 25 years. A "Watch List" will be included for FBS players based on a composite ranking system provided by eight national NFL Draft services.
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Formed in 1978 as NCAA Division I-AA and renamed Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) in 2006, there are 128 football programs competing at this level in 13 conferences (Big Sky Conference - Big South Conference - Colonial Athletic Association - Ivy League - Mid-Eastern Athletic Association - Misssouri Valley Football Conference - Northeast Conference - Ohio Valley Conference - Patriot League - Pioneer Football Conference - Southeastern Conference - Southland Conference - Southwestern Athletic Conference.
Sponsored by The Football Network, the two major national individual honors are the Walter Peyton Award and the Buck Buchanan Award. In 2013, USA College Football announced the creation of the Bob Ford Legendary Coach Award, Carmen Cozza Outstanding Academic /Football Trophy and Kathy Slattery (Phillips) Excellence in Communications and Media Relations Award.

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125 NCAA DIVISION II COLLEGE FOOTBALL PROGRAMS
West Georgia Athletic Director Daryl Dickey was the recipient of the 2nd Annual Chuck Broyles Award as the Legendary Division II Coach of 2013. Dickey's outstanding senior William Wright received the 20th Jim Langer Trophy as the Outstanding Division II Offensive Lineman of 2013. The inaugural Jim Bentrim Division II Quarterback of 2013 went to Luke Halpin of Arkansas Tech while the Andre Reed Trophy for the Division II Receiver of 2013 went to Jamal Nixon of Arkansas - Monticello. Lindenwood-Belleville's Philepae Phillips was the recipient of the Ron McKinnon Division II Player of 2013.
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DIVISION III IS LARGEST NCAA LEVEL WITH 234 FOOTBALL TEAMS
With 234 football programs, Division III is the largest level of NCAA competition. Hobart's Steven Webb was the recipient of the Inaugural Joe Dudek Trophy as the Outstanding Division III Running Back of 2013 while Wisconsin - Ohskosh's Garret Porter was honored as the Outstanding Offensive Lineman of 2014 when he was presented the initial Clyde "Bulldog" Turner Trophy. Wittenberg's Reed Florance was the recipient of the 2nd Annual Jim Ballard Division III Quarterback of the Year Trophy.
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Three new programs join NAIA football in 2014
There will be 117 football programs competing in the NAIA in 2014 as Arizona Christian University, Missouri Baptist University and Southeastern University (FL) launch new teams. Lyon College (AR) joins for the 2015 season. Olivet Nazarene's outstanding placekicker Andrew Muzljakovich was presented the 2nd Annual Biesiot Trophy as the outstanding student/athlete as the USA College Football Awards Banquet on January 19, 2014 in Hoover, AL. From 1970 until 1997, the NAIA had two divisions before consolidating back to L.
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New classification of Christian Colleges set for 2014
Formed in 1968 with its national headquarters located in Greenville, SC, the National Christian College Athletic Association has 111 members, of which 21 have varsity football programs, several of which maintain dual memberships in NCAA or NAIA competitions. Since 1997, the two top NCCAA teams have played in the Victory Bowl. In addition, there are four-year Christian Colleges playing independent football schedules creating the new Christian College category with invitations extended to standout seniors to participate in the USA College Football Bowl Festival, including the senior All-Star Game and traditional Awards Banquet.
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USCAA provides football at affordable costs
Formed July 29, 1966 as the National Little College Athletic Association, in 1989 the organization changed its name to the National Small College Athletic Association. In a 2001 reorganization it was named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association with a mission to promote small college athletics on the national level by providing quality national championship competitions, selecting All-Americans and recognizing outstanding student-athletes, providing the best alternative for small schools at an affordable cost. At the start of the 2014 gridiron season, there are 10 of the USCAA membership of 90 institutions fielding football programs.
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139 Community Colleges field football teams

There are two national governing bodies that oversee the 139 community colleges that play football in the United States. They are the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA) and the National Junior College AthleticAssociation (NJCAA) that produced separate but identical objectives of fostering football to its highest level. In 2013, USA Community College Football was created to establish, marketing, media and communication services that unify the two-year college programs at the national level by selecting All-American and Regional All-Star Teams for the pre and post-season, national Player of the Week Awards, individual Player of the Year Trophies as well as All-Star events focus on upgrading the visibility of the players who wish to pursue student/athlete careers at four-year colleges.

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Operating independently from intercollegiate athletic programs, entering the 2014 gridiron season there are 32 college club programs that are typically administered, coaches and played by students but some are being positioned for transition to upgrade to four-year varsity progremas such as Maryland - Eastern Shore and the University of New Orleans. There are two organizatons, neither of which is the national governing association, that provide services to this level. They are the International Club Football Federation (ICFA) and the National Football Club Association (NFCA) and their contributions have a positive impact on USA College Club Football's national marketing, media and communications that includes pre and post-season All-American Teams which makes senior honorees eligible to participate in USA College Football's annual All-Star Game and Festival events such as the traditional All-American Awards Banquet.
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