CFB FCS

Exxedera’s FCS Pre-Season Top 25 Rankings

The Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) is set to kick off their 2021 spring season in the upcoming weeks. 100 teams are set to play in the makeshift spring season as the FCS in a sense cancelled football in the 2020 fall season and instead shifted to the spring (A few schools played 4 game schedules in the fall and won’t play in the spring). Regardless of all of this, a ton of the FCS’s top teams are set to compete for a championship starting next month when McNeese faces off against Tarleton State.

Let’s take a look at the top 25 FCS teams heading into next season.

Top 25

  1. North Dakota State (2019 Record: 16-0)
  2. James Madison (2019 Record: 14-2)
  3. Montana State (2019 Record: 11-4)
  4. Kennesaw State (2019 Record: 11-3)
  5. Northern Iowa (2019 Record: 10-5)
  6. Weber State (2019 Record: 11-4)
  7. Monmouth (2019 Record: 11-3)
  8. Sacramento State (2019 Record: 9-4)
  9. Austin Peay (2019 Record: 11-4)
  10. Central Connecticut State (2019 Record: 11-2)
  11. Illinois State (2019 Record: 10-5)
  12. Montana (2019 Record: 10-4)
  13. North Carolina A&T (2019 Record: 9-3)
  14. Central Arkansas (2019 Record: 9-4)
  15. South Dakota State (2019 Record: 8-5)
  16. Florida A&M (2019 Record: 9-2)
  17. Southeast Missouri State (2019 Record: 9-4)
  18. Wofford (2019 Record: 8-4)
  19. San Diego (2019 Record: 9-4)
  20. Villanova (2019 Record: 9-4)
  21. Nicholls State (2019 Record: 9-5)
  22. Jacksonville State (2019 Record: 6-6)
  23. Furman (2019 Record: 8-5)
  24. Albany (2019 Record: 9-5)
  25. Citadel (2019 Record: 6-6)

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