Using the Sagarin ratings from this week alone to project the 2021 Spring Division I FCS playoffs, along with the automatic bid for the conferences that receive a bid, the following would be the playoff teams. These teams are seeded 1 through 16 for the 16 teams that make the FCS playoffs for this spring […]
The National Football Foundation (NFF) highlighted today the more than 310 schools and 35 conferences playing college football this spring at the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), Division II, Division III and NAIA levels. FBS independent New Mexico State will also play games this spring.
The college football landscape is a fluid bed of magma that constantly changes. Television contracts of major FBS conferences are up for renewal in the coming years and a potential realignment is on the not-so-distant horizon. Closer to the home of the FCS is a potential revitalization of the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) offering football […]
By Donal Ware HBCU Columnist College Sports Journal FLORENCE, AL. — The Winston-Salem State Rams are just one game away from doing something that no other Division II HBCU football program has ever done. Win a national championship. The Rams (14-0) have already done something that no other HBCU football program has […]
By Tonya Jarrett Special to the College Sports Journal PHILADELPHIA, PA. — I have written this editorial to bring attention to the plight of the Varsity Men’s Track & Field/Cross-Country programs at Millersville University (PA). Administrators from Millersville claim that eliminating three sports — men’s cross-country, men’s track and field and indoor […]