Dayton, Drexel, and Drake: Division 1A NCAA Football (FCS Teams)

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Dayton, Drexel, and Drake: Division 1A NCAA Football (FCS Teams)

When most fans of NCAA Football talk about the sport, they are usually talking about one or more of the 131 FBS teams---teams that play for one of the four coveted spots to compete for a national championship at the end of the season. However, there are also 125 FCS teams. These teams play in 14 conferences and the top 24 compete in a playoff that eventually also leads to a national championship. That is what this quiz is about. This will be a tough quiz. It will measure your knowledge of such teams and what conference they play in. If you do well on this quiz, you are truly an NCAA Football genius! I will provide the with the names of 2 teams/schools. Your job is to determine the conference that they are in. Let's go!

Cornell and Princeton?

Lehigh and Navy?

Austin Peay & Eastern Kentucky?

Murray State & Missouri State?

Delaware & Drexel?

Harvard and Yale?

Butler and Davidson?

Youngstown State & North Dakota?

Charleston Southern & Radford?

McNeese State & Nicholls State?

Wagner College & Long Island University?

Idaho State & Weber State?

Norfolk State & Morgan State?

Fairleigh Dickinson & Merrimack College?

Bucknell and Colgate?

Samford and Mercer?

Delaware State & Howard?

Eastern Illinois & Morehead State?

Bethune-Cookman & Jackson State?

Northern Arizona & Eastern Washington?

Dayton and Drake?

Tennessee State & Southern Indiana?

Furman and East Tennessee State?

William & Mary and Hofstra?

Grambling & Alcorn State?

Dayton, Drexel, and Drake: Division 1A NCAA Football (FCS Teams)

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