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Founded in 1988 by members of the Metropolitan New York Football Writers (1935) replicating the efforts of Arch Ward, the Sports Editor of the Chicago Tribune in the 1930s for major colleges, USA College Football is the nation's original internet and print media portal for the selection of college division All-American teams, creation of post-season senior All-Star games as well as national awards and honors.

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American Football Networks, founded in 1996, owns the NCAA and NAIA-compliant USA College Football Bowl, which is the third oldest college all-star game behind the East-West Shrine Game and Senior Bowl. Originally created for D-III senior standouts, in 2011 the game absorbed the D-II Cactus Bowl, added the NAIA Victory Bowl and FCS all-stars in 2012 and in 2014 began inviting FBP players.

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.2015 USA COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS
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College Football Grieves for FCS Pre-Season All-American
EASTON, PA --- Brian Keller of Somerdale, N.J., a senior tight end on the Lafayette College (PA) football team, died June 25, 2015 following injuries sustained in a car accident on June 23. Keller was selected to the 2015 USA College Football FCS Pre-Season All-American Second Team coming off a 2014 season in which he hauled in 24 catches for 320 yards and three touchdowns with at least one catch in every game. Away from the gridiron, Keller was a standout in the classroom as a mechanical engineering major who achieved a 3.33 GPA during the 2014 fall semester, earning him a place on the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
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TOP 250 MID-MAJORS PRE-SEASON ALL-AMERICANS SELECTED
NEW YORK, NY --- With players from the "Power Five" conferences sweeping all 25 slots on the American Football Coaches Association's 2014 FBS All-American Teams, USA College Football has published its inaugural Mid-Majors Pre-Season All-American Team, recognizing the top 250 student/athletes from Conference USA, Mid-American Conference, Mountain West Conference and Sun Belt Conference. The top players from these conferences will be considered for the USA College Football's traditional FBS (formerly BCS) Pre-Season All-American Team.
During the 2015 season, the Mid-Majors Division will have Players of the Week selected and a post-season All-American team will be published.
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60 Players selected in "Quest 4 Best" Draft with XIFL
PALM HARBOR, FL --- On Tuesday, March 10, 2015, the 10 teams of the X-League Indoor Football participated in the inaugural "Quest 4 Best Draft of USA College Football All-Americans." The order of selection was decided by a random drawing with the Marion (IN) Blue Racers picking first and the Corpus Christi (TX) Fury selecting second followed by the Florida Tarpons. Choosing fourth was the Rio Grande Valley (TX) Sol and the fifth selection was made by the Bloomington (IN) Edge with the St. Louis Attack in the sixth slot. Picking seventh was the Georgia Rampage followed by the Florida Marine Raiders, Cape Fear (NC) Heroes and with the 10th and final choice of the first round was the Alabama Outlawz.
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Sul Ross State's Mobley first senior signed to a pro contract
NEW YORK, NY --- Cordrick Mobley, a wide-receiver from Sul Ross State (TX) has become the first senior to sign a pro football contract this year. The eighth selection in the "1st In The Nation Draft" from the pool of 95 players who participated in the USA College Football Bowl in Jackson, MS over the MLK National Holiday Weekend, Mobley has been signed to a contract for the 2015 season by the Savannah Steam. The 6-1 1/2 , 175-pounder from Cameron, TX, was a USA College Football Division III All-American and American Southwest Conference honoree.
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Widener University's Stewart was first pick in AIF Draft
BALTIMORE, MD --- With the first pick in the American Indoor Football League's "1st In The Nation Draft," the ASL Panthers (Reading, PA) selected Jared Stewart, a defensive back from Widener University (PA). Picking second, the Maryland Eagles (Baltimore, MD) chose Jaylan Bailey, a defensive back from Georgetown College (KY) while the Chicago Blitz opted to make Florida State wide-receiver Jarad Haggins the No. 3 selection. Another wide-receiver, Trevon Chatman of Campbellsville University (KY) was chosen by the Atlanta Sharks before Takari Johnson, a linebacker from Concordia University (MI) went to the Saginaw Sting (MI). With the sixth pick, the Cleveland Saints picked Kyle Bates, an offensive lineman from Hiram College (OH) while the Buffalo Lightning selected quarterback Lamar Johnson of Morrisville Dtate (NY).
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