Final
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FCS Playoffs - Championship Game
Toyota Stadium (Frisco, TX)
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» North Dakota State
(14-1, 7-1 Missouri Valley)
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James Madison
(14-1, 8-0 Colonial Athletic)
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FCS Polls - Final (Jan 7)
  • STATS Poll
  • 1. North Dakota State
  • 2. James Madison
  • 3. South Dakota State
  • 4. Sam Houston State
  • 5. Weber State
  • 6. Wofford
  • 7. North Carolina A&T
  • 8. Kennesaw State
  • 9. Jacksonville State
  • 10. Central Arkansas
  • Coaches Poll
  • 1. North Dakota State
  • 2. James Madison
  • 3. Sam Houston State
  • 4. South Dakota State
  • 5. Weber State
  • 6. North Carolina A&T
  • 7. Wofford
  • 8. Central Arkansas
  • 9. Kennesaw State
  • 10. Jacksonville State

Alabama reportedly raids Penn State staff for new WRs coach

Josh Gattis has spent last six seasons on James Franklin-led coaching staffs.

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Assistant Josh Gattis Leaving Penn State to Join Staff at Alabama

Alabama is adding Penn State receivers coach and passing game coordinator Josh Gattis as the Tide’s new WR coach and co-offensive coordinator, a source told SI. In the past seven seasons, the 34-year-old Gattis has produced seven all-conference receivers and three All-Americans. Gattis will take over

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Tennessee Vols: Montario Hardesty expected to join Jeremy Pruitt's staff, per report

It's been a whirlwind past month for Jeremy Pruitt, who was named Tennessee's coach on Dec. 7. He juggled that job and his role as Alabama's defensive coordinator until the Crimson Tide won the national championship. Former Tennessee running back Montario Hardesty is expected to join Jeremy

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Potential Change to Transfer Rule Offers Intriguing Possibilities to Collegiate Athletics

Last summer, while reporting on a story about graduate transfers in college football, I discovered something striking: Many of the coaches who agreed to talk to me really wanted to talk. It wasn’t just about graduate students either, but about all transfers across revenue sports. And though it wasn’t

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