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Big Ten Says No More FCS Opponents

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Big Ten officials have decided to stop scheduling non conference games against FCS programs – which means no more games against SDSU or USD.

Wisconsin Athletic Director Barry Alvarez is quoted as saying, “The non conference schedule in our league is ridiculous, it’s not very appealing.  We’ve made an agreement that our future games will all be against Division I schools, not FCS schools.”

With several FCS games already on the books for 2014 and 2015, the ban is expected to go into effect in 2016.  Some schools may also opt to gradually phase out FCS games; some stopping now and some stopping later.

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