NCAA Division 1 FCS Football Championship Schedule
The best players in the NCAA Division I Football Subdivision
are prepared to take to the field this winter to see if they can emerge as champions. The NCAA Division I FCS Football Championship
is the national title game for the teams in the subdivision, which is just one tier below standard Division I football. That
doesn't mean the action on the field is any less exciting, though, as this remains a championship contest that sees these
players giving it everything they've got on the field.
The 2015 NCAA Division I FCS Football Championship is set to
be played on January 3rd at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, TX, and the biggest college football fans in the country will be pouring
into the stands to see the game unfold in person. That's the best way to take in a contest like this, and you won't regret
being there in the stands when one of these teams reaches the pinnacle of their sport. These teams have worked hard all season
long with one goal in mind, and one of these squads will accomplish that goal. It's sure to be an inspiring moment for all
in attendance, and that's a big reason that the stands at Toyota Stadium are sure to be packed to capacity.
North Dakota State was able to take down Towson at Toyota Stadium in front of nearly 20,000 fans to capture their third consecutive
National Championship. North Dakota pummeled Towson by a score pf 35-7 in that contest, showing Craig Bohl to be one of the
best head coaches in the FCS ranks. ND State has been dominant over the past three years, and they'll certainly be looking
to return to this game in 2015. Sam Houston State reached the title game in 2012 and 2013 only to fall to North Dakota, so
they're always a team to look out for. Whoever matches up in the 2015 NCAA Division I FCS Football Championship, it's sure
to be a fantastic display of football that any fan would want to see play out in person.
NCAA Division 1 FCS
Football Championship History
Ever since it first got rolling in 1978, the NCAA Division 1 FCS Football Championship
has been bringing together some of the best teams in college football to conclude the season on a high note. The NCAA Division
1 FCS Football Championship certainly qualifies as one of the very best games of the year, making this a matchup you don't
to skip if you're looking for a gridiron thrill. The NCAA Division 1 FCS Football Championship takes place at the Toyota Stadium,
which has been an important part of the Texas football scene for a long time now. Over the years, there have been a few different
multiple winners, though it's Georgia Southern that has the most wins, as they've pulled down the title a ridiculous six different
times. Youngstown State also has four different wins and both Montana and North Dakota State both have two wins as well, and
you never know who is going to join the list next. This game has featured some fantastic finishes over the years, and the
history of this contest just gets richer with every passing season.
When your favorite
team storms the gridiron for an electrifying matchup against a rival, you'll understand the difference between seeing them
on your fancy TV and seeing them from the stands. Be there for all of the hard-hitting college football action, from highlight
reel runs and eye-popping catches to clutch throws that will have you jumping out of your seat in no time. With a game loaded
with players that know how to put on a show, you'll see first-hand why the college football has become the cream of the crop
in American sports.
This game is one of the best of the college football season, as it pits two of the best teams in
the FCS against one another, and only one can emerge victorious to hoist the championship trophy. You make think that since
these teams are in the FCS they're less exciting than maybe the Alabama Crimson Tide or Florida Gators, but that is simply
not the case. You'll get a real appreciation for the FCS ranks when you head out to this game and see these athletes in person.
These young men will be laying it all on the line to see if they can be champions, and there are few things in the sports
world as inspiring as that. Enjoy the action in person this time around.
NCAA Division 1 FCS Football Championship
What team won the first NCAA Division I FCS Football Championship?
The answer is Florida A&M, who
defeated Massachusetts back in 1978 at Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls, TX. A&M took down UMass by a score of 42-28
that day in front of more than 13,000 fans, led by head coach Rudy Hubbard. Many great games have been played since then to
crown the FCS champion.
NCAA Division 1 FCS Football Championship Fans
This is just one of those games
that you're not going to be able to duplicate from home no matter how hard you might try, as the home experience is simply
incomparable to the one you'll end up with if you actually make it out to Toyota Stadium to join in the hard-hitting excitement
first-hand. The fans that pour into the stands here are always loaded with passion and enthusiasm, as there is nothing quite
like college football when the game is on the line and tens of thousands of fans are digging in looking to see some of the
best players in college football as they take to the gridiron looking to put on a show that everyone is sure to be talking
about around town. If you've never seen these fans in action, then it's time to join them in the stands to be a part of the
game yourself. You won't regret it, and next year you'll surely be looking to return to experience it all over again.