I received an email alert today of this Internet posting at "DifferenceBetween.net", which generally delineated the differences between the FCS and the FBS. Of course I went to the site (which is well done) and examined the article. In it I found many vague and often incomplete descriptions so I partially rewrote the article, attempting to keep the original intact and only inserting/replacing some things. Therefore it isn't perfect but I think it is more clear. What do you think?
One of these things is not like the others:
Division I adopts 20-team bracket, moves FCS title game to Frisco, Texas (ESPN)
Frisco's Pizza Hut Park to host Football Championship Subdivision title game (Dallas Morning News)
Football Championship Subdivision title game will be in Frisco (Dallas Morning News Blog - Todd Davis)
Chattanooga: Title game headed to Frisco (Chattanooga Times Free Press)
Can you guess which article is different?
Updated 02-26-2010 at 11:42 PM by rwallace
It's always sad when schools drop any sport, and the recent decision by Duquesne to [URL="http://www.post-gazette.com/pg/10026/1031089-135.stm"]drop baseball, wrestling, golf and swimming[/URL] isn't a happy day for the Dukes. But looking closer at the situation, it's clear that Duquesne's decision to go from the non-scholarship MAAC to the limited-scholarship NEC may have had everything to do with athletic director Greg Amodio's decision.
You'd be hard pressed to find
Updated 01-27-2010 at 12:56 PM by Chuck B.
Richard Durett of ESPNDallas.com [url=http://sports.espn.go.com/dallas/ncf/news/story?id=4906728]announced an NCAA decision[/url] in his most recent writing pertaining to the NCAA Division I Football Championship Game.
In his article, Durrett quotes Southland Conference Commissioner Tom Burnett, who says the NCAA would work with "local officials and ESPN" to shift the date of the game in 2011, since it would be head to head against the Cotton Bowl.
The departure of co-offensive coordinator [url=http://www.collegesportingnews.com/entry.php?15-Let-the-Battle-Begin-UTSA-vs-Texas-State]Travis Bush from UTSA to Texas State[/url] is starting to yield some changes for the Bobcat team he left behind.
Joining Bush in leaving the TXST program is wide receiver Mishak Rivas. Rivas will not be heading to San Antonio, but instead closer to home with a move to Division II Texas A&M-Kingsville, according to [url=http://www.valleycentral.com/news/story.aspx?id=407383]Action
Updated 01-27-2010 at 08:28 AM by jplotkin