FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL TEXAS DEBUTS
High school football season is coming fast and "The Old Coach Friday Night Football Texas" magazine marks the occasion with its sixth annual edition. The 2015 magazine is available now for online purchases and in store purchases. The Old Coach Friday Night Football Texas, or The Old Coach FNF Texas, is produced annually by TheOldCoach.com, an affiliate of SCOUT.com's High School Network, and A.E. Engine, a publisher that produces similar high school football previews in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina and Alabama under the FNF brand.
The Old Coach FNF Texas is an oversized, full-color magazine that is 100% high school football that contains features and in-depth previews of every 11-Man program in the state.
With the 2015 season set to kickoff at the end of August, the extensive school previews are complemented by feature stories, team rankings for the top 50 in each class, statistics and recruiting information for underclassmen and seniors as well as all-encompassing predictions.
The theme for the sixth-annual edition is, "The Big Men On Campus," as the state of Texas features some of the top lineman in the nation. A perspective on the modern day phiosophy of offensive and defensive line play is dissected by some of the state's top high school football writers.
Once again the state's top players are highlighted on the cover. Featured on this year's edition include Jean Delance (North Mesquite), Kendell Jones (Killeen Shoemaker), Ed Oliver (Spring Westfield) and Patrick Hudson (Silsbee).
The Old Coach FNF Texas also features more than 7,000 players from the state including The Old Coach's First, Second and Third preseason All-Team Texas, preseason All-State Teams for each class, rankings of the Top 100 seniors and lists of players to watch for the Class of 2017.
"TheOldCoach.com covers Texas high school football like no other website and our magazine is an extension of that," said The Old Coach. "Our vision is to be 100 percent Texas high school football and to focus on having the most current, comprehensive information for any preview magazine for our state."
"I'm pleased that our team of writers went the extra mile to produce a superior product which pays tribute to the student-athletes, coaches and programs as well as parents and fans in every community across the state," said The Old Coach.
The Old Coach FNF Texas magazine will be available at traditional newsstand outlets and high school campuses statewide the first week of July. The best way to receive the magazine is to purchase it online with orders being accepted now at this link: