2020 Schedule

Late miscues doom James Madison in FCS semis vs. Sam Houston (1:43)
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Sam Houston WR makes defender look silly on this 69-yard TD (0:27)
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Sam Houston St. upsets NDSU, into FCS semis

Second-seeded Sam Houston State improved to 8-0 and eliminated defending FCS champion North Dakota State 24-20 on Sunday, to earn a berth in the national semifinals.

Schmid's rushing TD gives Sam Houston a late fourth-quarter lead (0:21)
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Sam Houston's Jefferson runs in a TD (0:26)
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FCS college football Week 9 preview

With the tournament field being selected on Sunday, this is the last week for FCS teams on the fringe to make a case. SDSU-NDSU reignite the rivalry, No. 1 James Madison hits the field again and more in this week's FCS preview.

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FCS Week 4 viewer's guide: Games and storylines to watch

It's Week 4 of the FCS spring season and the Missouri Valley Conference takes center stage, while Deion goes for 3-0 and Nicholls and Sam Houston meet in a top-12 tussle.

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WAC expansion could bring football back to FCS

The Western Athletic Conference has announced that it will add four schools from the Southland Conference and one from the Big Sky to bring its membership to 13.

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Southland opts for '21, allows fall nonconference

The Southland Conference has opted to play college football in the spring, but it did allow wiggle room for its members to play nonconference games this fall.

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Rivals admit missteps in band-kicker incident

Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin both admitted mistakes were made after a video showed Sam Houston State's kicker pushing an associate band director from SFA.

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Sam Houston State tops Stephen F. Austin 31-20

Donovan Williams ran for two scores, Ty Brock threw a touchdown pass and Sam Houston State scored 17 fourth-quarter points to rally to beat Stephen F. Austin 31-20 on Saturday in a game that featured nine turnovers.