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Athlon Sports' 2022 College Football Preview Magazines Available Now!

2022 Athlon Sports College Football Preview Magazines

Make sure you get a copy of the most complete preview available - the Athlon Sports 2022 National College Football Annual and SEC Football Preview

The college football season is scheduled to kick off on Aug. 27, but it's never too early to start preparing for the season ahead.

The Athlon Sports 2022 National College Football Annual and SEC Football preview are both available for purchase online and are expected to be on newsstands around the country on June 27. No source will have you better prepared for the upcoming season.

At 264 pages, this year's national magazine provides everything a college football fan could want. You’ll get in-depth team-by-team previews of all 131 FBS schools and previews of all the Power 5 and Group of Five conferences, along with our preseason Top 25, All-America teams, position-by-position unit rankings, and a recruiting rundown provided by 247Sports. We also take a look at what to expect in FCS for the fall season. There are 22 different covers to choose from as teams from across the country are represented on the front.

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The SEC edition is a 296-page deep dive into the toughest conference in college football, home of the defending champion Georgia Bulldogs. As an added bonus, we give each SEC team full four-page coverage, including a complete spring roster, signee breakdown, gambling tips, and much more. This year, Athlon Sports also provides a look at the 15 key storylines to follow in 2022, as well as the 10 things to watch for in SEC country, including the arrival of the transfer QBs, Heisman hype for Alabama defender Will Anderson Jr., Texas A&M’s high hopes, Brian Kelly’s win-now expectations at LSU and much more. Plus, there are 12 covers to choose from because it just means more!

In both annuals, you’ll also enjoy a deep dive into the most consequential offseason of coaching changes in history, as six of college football’s signature programs are under new management in 2022. We also spotlight the dominant topic of conversation in college football these days: Name, Image, and Likeness, which has brought unfettered capitalism and competition to the sport. 

Order your copy of either or both through our online store today!