The best 50 student-athletes in the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision have been named to the College Sporting News 2012 Fabulous Fifty FCS All-America Team. Five players won the annual awards, the head coach of the year was announced among other honors. Two coaches and an additional 11 players received enough votes to be named honorable mention.
Patriot League football coaches visit recruits armed with two major selling points: a chance to play college football and an opportunity to receive a great education.
Now, league coaches and their assistants are able to draw on another weapon from their quiver.
For the past two seasons, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga defense statistically has been among the elite in the Southern Conference and one of the best in the Football Championship Subdivision.
The University of Delaware announced today that Head Football Coach K.C. Keeler has been relieved of his duties, and the University will begin a nationwide search for a successor.
Still nursing another national championship hangover, many North Dakota State football fans left Frisco, Texas, Sunday with this good-bye message: “See you next year.”
One of the greatest thing in all of sports is that when it comes to winning championships, the amount of room at the top of the mountain is so minute that out of all the teams competing for a title, only one can say that they’re the best.
UAlbany football coach is excited about 41st season
There was really never any doubt. Bob Ford was going to come back as the football coach at the University at Albany, a position he has held for the past 40 years.
When the Ivy League instituted new practice rules in 2011 designed to limit impacts to the brain, Princeton football coach Bob Surace felt at home. The standards were similar to when he worked for Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis in the NFL.
Post-game press conference transcripts with North Dakota State’s Craig Bohl, Marcus Williams, Brock Jensen, Ryan Smith and Billy Turner; Sam Houston State’s Willie Fritz, Richard Sincere and Darius Taylor.
Bison outscore SHSU 29-3 in second half, claim another national title
Sam Houston State hoped to make history and exorcise a few demons Saturday by winning a national championship.
Just like they did a year ago, the Bearkats left FC Dallas Stadium with an empty feeling in the pit of their stomachs as they had to watch North Dakota State celebrate another NCAA Football Championship Subdivision championship at their expense.
Penalties and turnovers by Sam Houston State played a big role as North Dakota State earned their second consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship with a 39-13 victory over the Bearkats at FC Dallas Stadium Saturday.
An all-star crew of Big Sky Conference football officials will work Saturday’s Division I National Championship game from Frisco, Texas.
Craig Bohl saw the figure standing behind a fourth-floor motel window as plain as day. He could tell the figure was peering through a set of binoculars, observing his North Dakota State football practice being held about 200 yards away.
Was it a spy from Sam Houston State – the team NDSU will play in Saturday’s Football Championship Subdivision national title game?
Bohl, good friends with Sam Houston State head coach Willie Fritz, didn’t think so. Nonetheless, a Bison official went running to the motel’s front desk to check it out.
False alarm. It was only a curious Bison season-ticket holder.