NCAA Division I-FCS independent schools

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NCAA Football Championship Subdivision independent schools are four-year institutions in the United States whose football programs are not part of a football conference. This does not mean that FCS independents schedule each other for competition as conference schools do.

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Independent institutions

Current institutions


  • University of South Alabama has announced that it will play the 2011 and 2012 seasons as an independent during its transition phase to the FBS level. In 2013, South Alabama will become a full member of the Sun Belt Conference and be eligible to compete for a conference championship and bowl berth.[2]

Stadiums

See also

References

Big Sky Conference • Big South Conference • Colonial Athletic Association • Great West Conference • Ivy League • Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference • Missouri Valley Football Conference • Northeast Conference • Ohio Valley Conference • Patriot League • Pioneer Football League • Southern Conference • Southland Conference • Southwestern Athletic Conference • Independents

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