|SEC dominates top of rankings
The SEC has long been considered the top conference in college football and the latest Associated Press poll is further proof, as four of the top five teams are from the powerful league.
|In the FCS Huddle: CAA may be too good for itself
On the surface, CAA Football appears to be in terrific shape for having FCS playoff teams next month.
|Austin Peay ends losing streak
Austin Peay ended the longest losing streak in Division I at 18 games with a 20-13 win over Ohio Valley Conference rival Murray State Saturday night.
|Northwestern WR leaves on stretcher
Northwestern wide receiver Miles Shuler was taken off the field on a stretcher after running head-first into a tackler during Saturday's game against Nebraska.
|FCS Top 25 Roundup - Week 8
If Villanova quarterback John Robertson gets tired of winning CAA Football offensive player of the week, there's another award that might be out there for him.
|Wyoming RB May suspended vs. San Jose State
The Wyoming Cowboys will be without redshirt sophomore running back D.J. May for Saturday's homecoming game against San Jose State.
|Dorm Report: Carolina in my mind
Now into Week 8 of the college football schedule, there have been some significant moves among the Top-25 since the preseason poll was released in the middle of August.
|Austin Peay seeks to end losing streak
North Dakota State will try to protect the longest winning streak in FCS history (30 games) on Saturday against the last program to beat it, Indiana State.
|Marshall to blow away Florida International
After weeks of residing in the "others receiving votes" section of the AP Top 25, Marshall finally made the jump into the poll as the 25th-ranked FBS squad.
|Western Carolina sets 2015 date against Vols
Western Carolina's football program will make a visit to the University of Tennessee on Sept. 19, 2015 - giving the Catamounts two games against Southeastern Conference opponents next year.