All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 11/12/2022.
CHENEY, WA – With their thrilling 33-30 win over Weber State, Sacramento State (9-0, 6-0 Bib Sky) takes over the top spot in FCS Fans Nation’s media poll this week. Sacramento State’s victory made a change atop the standings, even though the Wildcats’ loss didn’t really harm their standings in the Top 25, keeping them […]
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 11/5/2022.
You can’t keep Elon out of the FCS Fans Nation Broadcast Media Top 25 this week yet again.
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 10/29/2022.
CHENEY, WA – Chattanooga’s huge 41-21 win over Mercer lofted the Mocs (6-1, 4-0 SoCon back in to the FCS Fans Nation Broadcast Media Top 25 this week. The Mocs forced six turnovers while running back Ailym Ford surpassed 3,000 career rushing yards in a victory that impressed voters this week. Delaware (6-1, 3-1 CAA) […]
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For the first time this season, we have a new No. 1.
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 10/9/2022.
The Colonial Athletic Association surged this week in the FCS Broadcast Media Top 25 in Week 5 of the FCS football season.
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 10/2/2022. Some games have been cancelled or rescheduled due to Hurricane Ian and they’ve been updated.
CHENEY, WA – Four new teams entered the the FCS Fans Nation Broadcast Media Top 25 in Week 4 of the 2022 FCS football season..
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 9/24/2022.
There was only minor movement in the upper reaches of the FCS Fans Nation Broadcast Media Top 25 in Week 3 of the 2022 FCS football season.
All the information you need to know about streaming FCS football the weekend ending 9/18/2022.
North Dakota State remains at No. 1 in the FCS Fans Nation Broadcast Media Top 25 in Week 2 of the 2022 FCS football season.
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First of all – if you haven’t seen “The Vermillion Miracle” – watch it. Now. It’s one of the most extraordinary things you’ll ever see this college football season, or any other.
With two weeks to go, no autobid has been determined for the upcoming FCS Playoffs, and without the FCS Playoff Committee releasing their working list of seeds, FCS fans have been left to the sift through the chaos as to what the heck the FCS Playoff bracket might look like.
If you weren’t following the key FCS Playoff matchups last week involving the playoffs, boy did you miss out!
After winning the school’s first NCAA Division I Wrestling Championship since 2010, Iowa starts the season ranked No. 1 in the first NWCA Division I Wrestling Coaches Poll, released on Monday.
Check out highlights of last week’s big games, and check out out CSJ composite playoff bracket, bubble team of the week, and playoff implication game of the week as well.
Last week was a real thriller with a lot of FCS Playoff implications. Montana State, Eastern Washington and North Dakota State had statement wins showing how they plan to be a part of these playoffs come Thanksgiving, while the SoCon’s title and autobid race seems as muddled as ever.
We’re almost at the midway point of the fall FCS football season, and it’s time to start thinking about what this November’s FCS Playoff field might look like. We polled the CSJ writers to find out who they thought would be in the field, and who might be on the bubble.
This was unquestionably “hard reset” week for the Top 25 as this was the first real slate of games that changed the way people thought about their ballots.
It was a late start being on the west coast, but it was worth staying up for.
FCS realignment talk simply won’t go away, as there seems to be a lot of maneuvering with the Big South, Southland, Missouri Valley, OVC, Atlantic Sun, and WAC. What’s up with all of this? What is the future of all of these conferences?
North Dakota State, South Dakota State, Sam Houston and James Madison are in our Top 25. What – you, too?
They went from not being able to score against UAB to being in the national spotlight for a program defining win.
What a week! Six, count ’em, six FCS teams upended FBS teams this week, and all of us were enthralled. This week we got together and talked about the week that was and the week that’s about to be.
Three games involving FCS teams were contested without a hitch and yielded some great action as well. We got together a roundtable to take a look back at Week 0 and a look ahead at Week 1.
Today we had an emergency convo to figure out what could end up happening with the Big XII, the Group of Five, and the upper echelons of the FCS. The one thing everyone seemed to agree on is that change will be happening, and the Group of 5 and FCS won’t look the same as it does now once it’s done.
This week, the Gang got together and talked about their big takeaways from the FCS quarterfinal games this past weekend.
Find everything you need to know about this weekend’s FCS Playoff games and the SWAC Championship, including full previews, and our staff’s predictions on how the games are going to go.
Find everything you need to know about this weekend’s FCS Playoff games, including full previews, and our staff’s predictions on how the games are going to go.
The FCS Playoff bracket was announced this past Sunday at the conclusion of the historic spring football season. After the euphoria of realizing that the FCS actually made it to the finish line, despite lots of uncertainty, CSJ then proceeded to do what they do best – enter a spirited discussion on who really should have been in, out, seeded, or not.
North Dakota State cancellation, Chattanooga opting out – lots happened this past week, and CSJ’s staff writers mulled over the impacts as the dust settled.
We’re about at about the midpoint of the spring season, and the writers at CSJ get together to take stock of the season so far.
Compared to the chaos of the final week of February, where we saw half the top 25 lose, the results of the first week in March could instead be called “March Mildness”.
Five players including QB Nic Baker from Southern Illinois, QB Eric Schmid from Sam Houston State, RB Brian Snead from Austin Peay, LB Connor Riddle from VMI, and PK James Baird from Dixie State have been selected as the College Sports Journal FCS All-Stars for the week ending February 21st, 2021.
Like many other football fans across the nation of FCS, we watched North Dakota State’s 39 game winning streak come to an end in Carbondale, Illinois, but it wasn’t the only event this weekend that had us shaking our heads.
This week we welcome the SWAC, Big Sky, and Big South to the wonderful world of spring FCS football, to go with the Missouri Valley, SoCon and OVC, who started their spring conference slates last week, and Tarleton State, who spent their time crushing FBS New Mexico State 43-17.
The five teams competing will be Charleston Southern, Gardner-Webb, Kennesaw State, Monmouth and Robert Morris.
This weekend saw the best-ever spring weekend of FCS football in history, with a near-full slate of thrilling Missouri Valley conference action, a back-and-forth affair in the OVC, the start of SoCon play, and even a good old-fashioned FCS over FBS upset. It’s like a typical FCS football weekend. Except it’s February 22nd.
The CSJ Staff are proud to present this weekend guide to the games being played this weekend.
The CSJ writing staff answer the questions many of us have about the beginning of this unprecedented FCS season.
Three players were selected as CSJ’s Preseason Players of the Year on Offense, Defense, and Special Teams. These awards went to Villanova QB Daniel Smith on Offense, Citadel LB Willie Eubanks III on Defense, and Monmouth WR/KR Lonnie Moore IV on Special Teams.
Tarleton State and McNeese State will play the first game of the spring FCS season that was moved due to COVID-related concerns last fall.