North Dakota State looks to bounce back after a baffling blowout loss, Deion Sanders and Jackson State face the first test of the season, and newly anointed No. 1 James Madison has a chance to prove its ranking.
College football is back! Just a month after Alabama claimed the FBS national title, the FCS arrives with an abbreviated spring season. Here's a week-by-week breakdown of what to watch.
- CAA's football season canceled by pandemic
- Bison win 8th FCS title; 1st since 1894 to go 16-0
- ECU hires coach Houston from JMU, new AD
- Charlotte pulls back offer to JMU coach Houston
CAA football became the latest domino to tumble in college football, announcing on Friday it will not have a conference schedule this fall because of concerns over the global COVID-19 pandemic.
North Dakota State completed the first 16-win season in any division since Yale in 1894, beating James Madison to win its third straight FCS national championship and eighth in nine years.
It's easy to say North Dakota State winning another FCS national championship was fate, destiny, something supernatural.
The final game of the FCS season features two teams that have combined to win the previous eight national titles. Phil Steele and Bill Connelly break it down and offer their picks.
Ben DiNucci threw for two touchdowns and ran for another Saturday night and James Madison routed Weber State 30-14 to reach the Football Championship Subdivision national championship game.
Percy Agyei-Obese ran 33 times for 124 yards and a touchdown and No. 2 seed James Madison dominated defensively in a 17-0 win over Northern Iowa in the FCS playoff quarterfinals on Friday night.
Missing college football games this week? There are four FCS games beginning on Friday, and we've got all the details on the quarterfinals.
Ben DiNucci accounted for four touchdowns, Percy Agyei-Obese ran for three and James Madison took a 66-21 victory Saturday in the second round of the FCS playoffs.
Ben DiNucci threw two touchdown passes, Jawon Hamilton and Percy Agyei-Obese combined to rush for 248 yards and three TDs and James Madison closed out the regular season with a 55-21 victory over Rhode Island on Saturday.