Football Championship Subdivision

Dezmin Lewis
Top NFL Draft candidates from FCS
An average of just over 18 players from the FCS level have been selected in each NFL Draft over the last decade. This year's draft will be held from April 30 to May 2 at the Auditorium Theatre... Full Story
(L-R) TIm Tebow and Ricky Santos
Kelly looking to UNH for inspiration
Brandon Lawrence - FCS Associate
When Tim Tebow was brought in to Philadelphia for a workout with the Eagles several weeks ago, the popular answer to the question "Why?" was largely that it was a public relations stunt.

Tebow hasn't played in the NFL since... Full Story
Chris Klieman
North Dakota State offense
in high gear
For a change, the offense is supposed to be ahead of the defense with North Dakota State's national championship program.

It was evident on Saturday as the offense scored on six of its nine drives while posting a 61-12 win... Full Story
Eli Dunne
Dunne stars in UNI spring game
Purple reigned in the Northern Iowa spring football game Friday night.

Redshirt freshman Eli Dunne threw for 269 yards and four touchdowns to lead the Purple team to a 49-6 victory over the White at the UNI-Dome. Dunne completed 18 passes, including a pair of... Full Story
Jaquiski Tartt
Everybody notices Tartt now
No offense to Samford football, but the more people saw Jaquiski Tartt play in college, the more they wondered how the Bulldogs landed such a talent.

Just who was this All-American safety anyway? Jaquiski (pronounced Juh-QUA-ski) Tartt only played in his senior year at Davidson High School in Mobile... Full Story
Zack Wagenmann
Montana's Wagenmann
has broken foot
Montana defensive end Zack Wagenmann's potential spot in the NFL Draft next week may have been damaged after he recently suffered a broken foot.

Wagenmann, the 2014 Big Sky Conference defensive player of the year, was injured... Full Story
(L-R) Dakota Prukop and John Robertson
FCS matchups we'd like to see
It is hard enough to get some FCS programs to play risky out-of-conference matchups, so it's really bad when the unbalanced scheduling of bigger conferences prevent key games from happening.

Sure, there are plenty of big games in the 2015 season, but we're not afraid to say we're greedy... Full Story
Don Cherry
Villanova to complete
spring practices
Villanova is scheduled to wrap up its spring football practices on Friday - the culmination of 15 sessions that will help shape the Wildcats for the 2015 season.

Unlike many FCS programs, Villanova hasn't conducted a spring game since 2002. Full Story

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