Next Episode of NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship is
The NCAA Division I-AA FootballChampionship is an American college football tournament played each year todetermine the champion of the NCAA Division I Football ChampionshipSubdivision (FCS).Prior to 2006, the game was known as the NCAADivision I-AA Football Championship. The FCS is the highest division incollege football to hold a playoff tournament sanctioned by the NCAA todetermine its champion. The four-team playoffsystem used by the Bowl Subdivision (beginning with the 2014 season) isnot sanctioned by the NCAA.Thereigning national champions are the NorthDakota State Bison, who have won four consecutive Championshipgames. They are the first FCS team to win four consecutive titles and only thesecond team to do so in College Football history, the other being Augustana(Illinois) who wonfour consecutive Division III titles from 1983 to 1986. The Bison have alsoappeared in four straight championship games, one of only three teams toaccomplish that feat.
The 1st annual NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship is being played between The Florida A&M Rattlers and the Massachusetts Minutemen. This game is being broadcast live from Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls, Texas.
The 2015 NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship is being played between the #1 ranked Jacksonville State Gamecocks (13-1) are going up against the #2 ranked North Dakota State Bison (12-2). This game is being broadcast live from Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
The 2016 NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship game is airing live today from Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. The #5 ranked James Madison Dukes are going up against the #13 ranked Youngstown State Penguins (12-3).
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