Tag: Divsion I

The FCS Should Now Try To Play A Modified Season in the Spring. Here’s How You Do It.

Playing a radically shortened season of six “regular-season” games would allow for most teams to only have a season that is marginally longer than what they would do for spring practices. And from those games, it is possible to come up with an FCS Championship.

CSJ WAC Men’s Hoops Preview Week Ending 2/22/2020: Aggies Remain Perfect in WAC Play

New Mexico State was pushed to the limit, but the Aggies responded in a big way to move to the brink of securing the Western Athletic Conference regular season championship by winning a pair of games last week to remain undefeated in conference play.

OPINION: Watch Out, North Dakota State: The Big 10 Is Coming For Your Trey Lance With Their Proposed One Time Transfer Rule

If the Big 10 and the Power 5 have their way, however, the Trey Lance’s of the world won’t be sticking around at FCS schools like North Dakota State for very long.

North Dakota State’s Road to Frisco for the Eighth Time in Nine Years

This year, North Dakota State will play for its unprecedented eighth Division I title in football to close out a dominating decade of football when they face one of just three schools to win a national title this decade in James Madison. James Madison knocked the Bison off in the semifinal playoff round in 2016 […]

CSJ 2018 Week 12 Preview: Montana State at Montana, How To Watch and Fearless Prediction

Montana State at Montana When: Saturday, November 17, 12:00 PM MST Where: Washington-Grizzly Stadium, Missoula, Mont. TV/Streaming: ROOT Sports NW/DirecTV Audience Network (Ch. 101)/DISH Studio (Ch. 102) Montana State Bobcats (6-4, 4-3 Big Sky) Montana State brings a diverse, multiple ground game on offense to this game. The Bobcats starting the season almost fully running the ball most of […]