Well the FCS defeating FBS teams is what the website is all about, right?

Below is a breakdown of FCS over FBS wins since 1978. Clicking on any of the years will show a detailed list of the wins for each season. Winning team, losing team, and scores are all provided. The scores were obtained from Sports-Reference as they have all scores involving I-A or FBS teams including if they faced an I-AA or FCS opponent. We also used College Football Results for references to teams transitioning from Division II to I-AA/FCS.

Note: The list below does not match what can be found on the NCAA website at this link. Why? It is a bit of weird answer. Here at Fear The FCS used the NCAA’s own classification history, which can be found here (current as of 2019). So the two should match up right?

Nope. We believe that the NCAA is applying transitional teams inconsistently while also including Division II wins over FBS teams in some cases. For example, Delaware is listed three times on the NCAA website in 1978 with victories over Villanova, William & Mary, and Colgate. However, Delaware was still a member at the Division II level and did not move up to the 1AA/FCS level until 1980. This information comes straight from the NCAA’s own documents.

In most cases, we use the years listed in the NCAA documents, but we also use team data as well hence why there might be a discrepancy. In other cases, such as when MAC teams were considered I-AA in 1982, we did not include those as I-AA/FCS upsets. Notes are provided for some seasons that need further explanations.

We have a specific page dedicated to the differences between our list of FCS upsets and the NCAA’s list.

We are also currently working on building a database of all FCS versus FBS games since 1978. For now, we have provided the list of only FCS wins over FBS opponents since the intra-divisional split in 1978.

Click the year below to bring you to the list of FCS over FBS wins for that season.

YearGamesWinsTies
197861231
197952153
198063252
198157210
198299201
198390211
198482210
198578221
198666172
198773171
198875111
198948131
19906591
19915280
199247111
19934770
199441100
19954270
19964670
19973550
19984760
19995170
200056150
20015780
20026580
200371100
20045580
20055420
20067870
20077990
20088820
20099450
20109070
20119760
2012106100
2013106150
201410880
201510590
2016113100
20179890
201811270
201911430
20202610
Totals3,08946216

The winning (or tied prior to 1996) I-AA/FCS teams are bold and italicized. The number of FCS over FBS victories are provided in parenthesis next to the year so you don’t have to scroll back and forth. Furthermore, team names have been standardized to the current program name (e.g. Northeast Louisiana is now Louisiana-Monroe, Southwestern Louisiana is now simply Louisiana, etc.).

Clicking on the year will bring you to a separate page giving more detail on that season in terms of conference, program changes, and, of course, the list of FCS over FBS wins.

1978 (23)

  1. Cal State Fullerton @ Boise State, 42-12
  2. Lamar @ Northwestern State, 21-7
  3. Tennessee Tech @ Western Carolina, 22-20
  4. Long Beach State @ Boise State, 19-13
  5. Western Carolina @ East Tennessee State, 21-14
  6. Nevada @ UNLV, 23-14
  7. Western Kentucky @ Illinois State, 28-6
  8. Central Michigan @ Alcorn State, 24-16
  9. Colgate @ Lehigh, 38-7
  10. McNeese @ Northwestern State, 10-7
  11. Rhode Island @ Brown, 17-3
  12. Boston University @ Dartmouth, 20-17
  13. San Jose State @ Boise State, 30-15
  14. Nevada @ Cal State Fullerton, 37-14
  15. Penn @ Lafayette, 20-19
  16. Lehigh @ VMI, 14-10
  17. East Tennessee State @ Appalachian State, 35-34
  18. Holy Cross @ Boston University, 15-7
  19. Colgate @ Bucknell, 7-0
  20. Massachusetts @ Holy Cross, 33-8
  21. Montana State @ Fresno State, 35-14
  22. Weber State @ Utah State, 44-25
  23. Boston College @ Massachusetts, 27-0

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1978:

  1. Middle Tennessee @ Chattanooga, 14-14

1979 (15)

  1. Eastern Kentucky @ Kent State, 17-14
  2. Holy Cross @ New Hampshire, 26-17
  3. Cal State Fullerton @ Boise State, 22-3
  4. Pacific @ Idaho, 17-13
  5. Columbia @ Lafayette, 14-7
  6. Penn @ Lehigh, 31-7
  7. Massachusetts @ Harvard, 20-7
  8. Northwestern State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 20-14
  9. Boston University @ Harvard, 14-10
  10. Bucknell @ Cornell, 10-0
  11. Miami (FL) @ Florida A&M, 16-13
  12. Eastern Kentucky @ Cal State Fullerton, 33-7
  13. Lafayette @ Penn, 9-7
  14. Northwestern State @ Louisiana Tech, 25-21
  15. Boston University @ Holy Cross, 16-7

There were three ties between I-A and I-AA teams in 1979:

  1. New Hampshire @ Dartmouth, 10-10
  2. Lafayette @ Colgate, 7-7
  3. VMI @ Connecticut, 13-13

1980 (25)

  1. Boise State @ Utah, 28-7
  2. Northwestern State @ Texas-Arlington, 38-31
  3. Tennessee Tech @ Western Carolina, 26-10
  4. Delaware @ Temple, 28-7
  5. Villanova @ Massachusetts, 24-12
  6. Murray State @ Louisville, 13-9
  7. East Tennessee State @ SE Louisiana, 7-3
  8. Lehigh @ Penn, 35-6
  9. Bucknell @ Brown, 28-20
  10. New Hampshire @ Dartmouth, 24-7
  11. Northwestern State @ McNeese, 13-10
  12. SE Louisiana @ Illinois State, 28-21
  13. Colgate @ Connecticut, 24-21
  14. Eastern Michigan @ Akron, 21-10
  15. Cal State Fullerton @ Boise State, 26-11
  16. Connecticut @ Holy Cross, 18-17
  17. East Tennessee State @ Eastern Kentucky, 25-6
  18. Penn @ Lafayette, 3-0
  19. Delaware @ William & Mary, 7-3
  20. SE Louisiana @ Louisiana-Monroe, 55-30
  21. VMI @ Boston University, 38-22
  22. Cornell @ Bucknell, 33-16
  23. Villanova @ Delaware, 17-7
  24. Massachusetts @ Holy Cross, 17-13
  25. Eastern Kentucky @ East Carolina, 28-16

There were two ties between I-A and I-AA teams in 1980, both involving Lehigh:

  1. Lehigh @ Colgate, 17-17
  2. Army @ Lehigh, 24-24

1981 (21)

  1. Youngstown State @ Cincinnati, 19-13
  2. Akron @ Eastern Michigan, 14-7
  3. SE Louisiana @ Louisiana, 7-0
  4. Temple @ Delaware, 13-7
  5. Holy Cross @ Massachusetts, 13-10
  6. Fresno State @ Montana State, 30-26
  7. Tennessee State @ Southern Illinois, 17-14
  8. Delaware @ Princeton, 61-8
  9. Lafayette @ Columbia, 28-13
  10. Penn @ Lehigh, 58-0
  11. Dartmouth @ Massachusetts, 10-8
  12. Middle Tennessee @ Western Carolina, 23-10
  13. Holy Cross @ Connecticut, 44-24
  14. Tennessee State @ Louisville, 42-30
  15. Louisiana-Monroe @ SE Louisiana, 50-47
  16. Delaware @ Penn, 40-6
  17. Maine @ Princeton, 55-44
  18. Utah State @ Idaho State, 50-24
  19. East Tennessee State @ James Madison, 17-14
  20. Nevada @ Cal State Fullerton, 36-34
  21. Louisiana-Monroe @ Northwestern State, 41-9

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1981 season.

1982 (20)

  1. Kent State @ Marshall, 30-21
  2. Eastern Michigan @ Akron, 14-7
  3. Cal State Fullerton @ Boise State, 20-9
  4. New Mexico State @ Indiana State, 14-10
  5. Pacific @ Idaho, 36-17
  6. James Madison @ Virginia, 21-17
  7. Eastern Michigan @ Louisiana Tech, 49-12
  8. Louisiana-Monroe @ North Texas, 38-14
  9. Boise State @ Pacific, 22-15
  10. Indiana State @ Ball State, 17-0
  11. Arkansas State @ Louisiana, 20-13
  12. Furman @ South Carolina, 28-23
  13. Fresno State @ Nevada, 40-26
  14. Louisiana @ Texas-Arlington, 30-29
  15. Nevada @ Cal State Fullerton, 17-7
  16. North Texas @ West Texas A&M, 24-22
  17. Utah State @ Boise State, 30-10
  18. Temple @ Colgate, 24-17
  19. New Mexico State @ West Texas A&M, 30-28
  20. Louisiana Tech @ Southern Mississippi, 13-6

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1982:

  1. Louisiana @ McNeese, 10-10

1983 (21)

  1. Kent State @ Akron, 13-6
  2. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 27-25
  3. Akron @ Eastern Michigan, 13-0
  4. Colgate @ Army, 15-13
  5. Idaho State @ UTEP, 12-10
  6. Louisiana @ Louisiana-Monroe, 31-6
  7. Chattanooga @ Louisiana, 38-14
  8. Furman @ Georgia Tech, 17-14
  9. New Mexico State @ North Texas, 49-3
  10. Army @ Harvard, 24-21
  11. North Texas @ New Mexico, 18-8
  12. Ball State @ Indiana State, 35-14
  13. Wichita State @ Texas-Arlington, 34-24
  14. Wichita State @ Indiana State, 24-22
  15. Lehigh @ Army, 13-12
  16. New Mexico State @ Texas-Arlington, 28-7
  17. Eastern Washington @ Long Beach State, 20-17
  18. Idaho @ Pacific, 31-19
  19. Cal State Fullerton @ Idaho State, 43-10
  20. New Mexico State @ Southern Illinois, 41-3
  21. Pacific @ Nevada, 34-24

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1983:

  1. Arkansas State @ Memphis, 14-14

1984 (21)

  1. Louisiana @ Chattanooga, 9-7
  2. Ball State @ Massachusetts, 26-10
  3. Murray State @ Louisville, 26-23
  4. Texas State @ Wichita State, 38-31
  5. Eastern Michigan @ Youngstown State, 31-7
  6. Furman @ North Carolina State, 34-30
  7. Louisiana-Monroe @ Louisiana, 7-6
  8. Eastern Michigan @ Marshall, 24-17
  9. Youngstown State @ Cincinnati, 27-23
  10. New Mexico State @ Drake, 35-28
  11. Oregon State @ Oregon State, 41-14
  12. Ball State @ Indiana State, 34-6
  13. Indiana State @ Louisville, 44-21
  14. Texas-Arlington @ Wichita State, 17-15
  15. Delaware @ Temple, 34-19
  16. West Texas A&M @ New Mexico State, 21-13
  17. Northwestern State @ Southern Miss, 22-0
  18. Louisiana @ McNeese, 30-17
  19. Tennessee State @ Louisville, 24-15
  20. Illinois State @ Wichita State, 17-0
  21. Montana State @ Fresno State, 35-31

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1984 season.

1985 (22)

  1. Cal State Fullerton @ Montana, 31-30
  2. Richmond @ Virginia Tech, 24-14
  3. Kent State @ Akron, 24-0
  4. Navy @ Delaware, 16-13
  5. Louisiana @ Louisiana Tech, 24-23
  6. Ohio @ Marshall, 31-7
  7. Nevada @ Cal State Fullerton, 30-3
  8. Northern Iowa @ Kansas State, 10-6
  9. Eastern Michigan @ Akron, 16-12
  10. Furman @ North Carolina State, 42-20
  11. Oregon State @ Grambling State, 23-6
  12. North Texas @ Kansas State, 22-10
  13. Drake @ Iowa State, 20-17
  14. Wichita State @ Texas-Arlington, 31-3
  15. Wichita State @ West Texas A&M, 33-21
  16. Eastern Washington @ Long Beach State, 30-23
  17. Temple @ Delaware, 17-10
  18. Wichita State @ Illinois State, 26-0
  19. UNLV @ Nevada, 48-7
  20. Eastern Kentucky @ Louisville, 45-21
  21. McNeese @ Louisiana, 14-3
  22. West Texas A&M @ New Mexico State, 55-25

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1985:

  1. Murray State @ Memphis, 10-10

1986 (17)

  1. Louisiana Tech @ Tulsa, 22-17
  2. Cal State Fullerton @ Nevada, 49-3
  3. Akron @ Kent State, 17-7
  4. Arkansas State @ Memphis, 30-10
  5. Marshall @ Ohio, 21-7
  6. Northern Iowa @ Kansas State, 17-0
  7. Cal State Fullerton @ Idaho, 25-17
  8. Morehead State @ Wichita State, 36-35
  9. Texas State @ Rice, 31-6
  10. Western Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 10-0
  11. Holy Cross @ Army, 17-14
  12. North Texas @ TCU, 24-20
  13. Penn @ Navy, 30-26
  14. William & Mary @ Virginia, 41-37
  15. Illinois State @ Wichita State, 17-10
  16. Delaware @ Navy, 27-14
  17. Louisiana Tech @ Louisiana, 23-14

There were two ties involving I-A and I-AA teams in 1986:

  1. Furman @ Georgia Tech, 17-17
  2. Arkansas State @ Mississippi, 10-10

1987 (17)

  1. Austin Peay @ Kansas State, 26-22
  2. Holy Cross @ Army, 34-24
  3. Western Michigan @ Illinois State, 20-6
  4. Lamar @ Northern Illinois, 39-35
  5. William & Mary @ Navy, 27-12
  6. Youngstown State @ Bowling Green, 20-17
  7. Lehigh @ Navy, 24-9
  8. Louisiana Tech @ Kansas, 16-11
  9. Marshall @ Louisville, 34-31
  10. Colgate @ Army, 22-20
  11. Delaware State @ Akron, 52-26
  12. East Tennessee State @ North Carolina State, 29-14
  13. Cincinnati @ Indiana State, 40-16
  14. Louisiana-Monroe @ Southern Miss, 34-24
  15. Northern Arizona @ Tulsa, 24-20
  16. Ball State @ Indiana State, 24-23
  17. Youngstown State @ Akron, 10-6

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1987:

  1. Arkansas State @ Memphis, 21-21

1988 (11)

  1. Boise State @ Long Beach State, 29-10
  2. North Texas @ Texas Tech, 29-24
  3. Ohio @ Marshall, 31-14
  4. Idaho @ Pacific, 36-26
  5. Toledo @ McNeese, 46-19
  6. Navy @ The Citadel, 42-35
  7. Louisiana Tech @ Kansas State, 31-28
  8. Arkansas State @ Akron, 13-12
  9. Louisiana @ Louisiana Tech, 19-16
  10. Arkansas State @ Louisiana, 38-21
  11. North Texas @ Rice, 33-17

There was also one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1988:

  1. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 34-34

1989 (13)

  1. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 15-10
  2. Arkansas State @ Memphis, 17-13
  3. Lamar @ UTEP, 21-19
  4. Northern Iowa @ Kansas State, 10-8
  5. The Citadel @ Navy, 14-10
  6. Akron @ Youngstown State, 20-17
  7. Akron @ Eastern Illinois, 21-17
  8. Liberty @ Eastern Michigan, 25-24
  9. Youngstown State @ Central Michigan, 30-3
  10. James Madison @ Navy, 24-20
  11. Morehead State @ Cincinnati, 13-10
  12. UNLV @ Nevada, 45-7
  13. Navy @ Delaware, 10-9

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1989:

  1. Akron @ Murray State, 31-31

1990 (9)

  1. Missouri State @ UNLV, 31-24
  2. Montana @ Oregon State, 22-15
  3. Eastern Michigan @ Youngstown State, 24-14
  4. Akron @ Youngstown State, 28-23
  5. SMU @ North Texas, 14-7
  6. The Citadel @ South Carolina, 38-35
  7. Nevada @ UNLV, 26-14
  8. James Madison @ Navy, 16-7
  9. Ohio @ Youngstown State, 27-0

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in 1990:

  1. Arkansas State @ Memphis, 24-24

1991 (8)

  1. Louisiana-Monroe @ Louisiana, 21-10
  2. UNLV @ Nevada, 50-8
  3. Long Beach State @ Boise State, 48-14
  4. Illinois State @ Akron, 25-3
  5. William & Mary @ Navy, 26-21
  6. Appalachian State @ Army, 20-14
  7. The Citadel @ Army, 20-14
  8. Delaware @ Navy, 29-25

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1991 season.

1992 (11)

  1. The Citadel @ Arkansas, 10-3
  2. Idaho @ Colorado State, 37-34
  3. Pacific @ Boise State, 17-7
  4. The Citadel @ Army, 15-14
  5. Northern Iowa @ Iowa State, 27-10
  6. Middle Tennessee @ Northern Illinois, 21-13
  7. Northwestern State @ Arkansas State, 24-18
  8. Troy @ Arkansas State, 41-7
  9. Navy @ Delaware, 37-21
  10. Weber State @ Nevada, 23-21
  11. Youngstown State @ Ohio, 28-20

There was one tie between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1992 season:

  1. Youngstown State @ Akron, 10-10

1993 (7)

  1. Youngstown State @ Western Michigan, 17-13
  2. Idaho @ Utah, 28-17
  3. Cal State Northridge @ UNLV, 24-18
  4. Weber State @ Nevada, 47-30
  5. Louisiana-Monroe @ Arkansas State, 42-10
  6. Central Florida @ Louisiana Tech, 38-16
  7. Youngstown State @ Akron, 19-0

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1993 season.

1994 (10)

  1. Northern Iowa @ Iowa State, 28-14
  2. Nevada @ Boise State, 37-27
  3. Idaho @ UNLV, 48-38
  4. Troy @ Louisiana, 39-20
  5. Central Florida @ Louisiana-Monroe, 33-16
  6. Kent State @ Youngstown State, 28-14
  7. Jacksonville State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 32-28
  8. Akron @ Youngstown State, 41-7
  9. Eastern Washington @ Utah State, 49-31
  10. Boston University @ Army, 21-12

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1994 season.

1995 (7)

  1. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 24-22
  2. Boise State @ Utah State, 38-14
  3. Troy @ Louisiana-Monroe, 20-10
  4. UAB @ North Texas, 19-14
  5. Northwestern State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 42-39
  6. Central Florida @ Louisiana-Monroe, 34-14
  7. Youngstown State @ Akron, 24-10

There were no ties between I-A and I-AA teams in the 1995 season.

1996 (7)

Ties were no longer allowed as the NCAA instituted the overtime rules granting each team one possession.

  1. Eastern Illinois @ Western Michigan, 28-20
  2. Montana @ Oregon State, 35-14
  3. Western Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 17-0
  4. Eastern Washington @ Boise State, 27-21
  5. Cal State Northridge @ New Mexico State, 33-0
  6. Northwestern State @ Boise State, 20-16
  7. Idaho @ Texas State, 27-21

1997 (5)

  1. Cal State Northridge @ Boise State, 63-23
  2. Kent State @ Youngstown State, 44-23
  3. Southern Utah @ Arkansas State, 34-24
  4. Cal Poly @ New Mexico State, 38-35
  5. Idaho @ Eastern Washington, 24-21

1998 (6)

  1. Northern Iowa @ Eastern Michigan, 13-10
  2. Northwestern State @ Louisiana, 24-22
  3. Youngstown State @ Kent State, 24-10
  4. Eastern Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 24-10
  5. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 30-27
  6. William & Mary @ Temple, 45-38

1999 (7)

  1. Western Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 27-21
  2. Northern Iowa @ Ohio, 36-21
  3. Troy @ Cincinnati, 31-24
  4. Buffalo @ Connecticut, 23-0
  5. Troy @ Middle Tennessee, 48-31
  6. Furman @ North Carolina, 28-3
  7. Hofstra @ Buffalo, 20-13

2000 (15)

  1. Appalachian State @ Wake Forest, 20-16
  2. Sam Houston State @ Louisiana, 21-14
  3. Montana @ Idaho, 45-38
  4. Portland State @ Hawaii, 45-20
  5. Western Illinois @ Ball State, 24-14
  6. Stephen F. Austin @ Louisiana Tech, 34-31
  7. Youngstown State @ Kent State, 26-20
  8. Northeastern @ Connecticut, 35-27
  9. Northwestern State @ Louisiana, 23-21
  10. Richmond @ Arkansas State, 30-27
  11. Texas State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 27-7
  12. Jacksonville State @ Louisiana, 28-14
  13. Rhode Island @ Connecticut, 26-21
  14. Idaho State @ Utah State, 27-24
  15. Wofford @ Louisiana-Monroe, 24-6

2001 (8)

  1. Sam Houston State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 20-9
  2. Eastern Washington @ Connecticut, 35-17
  3. Indiana State @ Eastern Michigan, 21-14
  4. Jacksonville State @ Arkansas State, 31-28
  5. Northern Iowa @ Ball State, 42-39
  6. Northwestern State @ TCU, 27-24
  7. Nicholls @ Arkansas State, 28-22
  8. Idaho @ Montana, 33-27

2002 (8)

  1. Lehigh @ Buffalo, 37-26
  2. Villanova @ Rutgers, 37-19
  3. Holy Cross @ Army, 30-21
  4. Northeastern @ Ohio, 31-0
  5. McNeese @ Louisiana-Monroe, 24-19
  6. Western Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 29-26
  7. Southeast Missouri State @ Middle Tennessee, 24-14
  8. Montana @ Idaho, 38-31

2003 (10)

  1. Florida Atlantic @ Middle Tennessee, 20-19
  2. Western Illinois @ Eastern Michigan, 34-12
  3. Cal Poly @ UTEP, 34-13
  4. Eastern Washington @ Idaho, 8-5
  5. Stephen F. Austin @ Louisiana-Monroe, 23-21
  6. Villanova @ Temple, 23-20
  7. Colgate @ Buffalo, 38-15
  8. Northwestern State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 14-10
  9. Idaho @ Montana, 41-28
  10. Delaware @ Navy, 21-17

2004 (8)

  1. New Hampshire @ Rutgers, 35-24
  2. Maine @ Mississippi State, 9-7
  3. Eastern Illinois @ Eastern Michigan, 31-28
  4. Nicholls @ Florida A&M, 42-25
  5. McNeese @ Florida International, 30-27
  6. Georgia Southern @ Florida International, 53-32
  7. Florida A&M @ Bethune-Cookman, 58-32
  8. Western Kentucky @ Florida International, 35-14

2005 (2)

  1. Northwestern State @ Louisiana-Monroe, 27-23
  2. UC Davis @ Stanford, 20-17

2006 (7)

  1. Montana State @ Colorado, 19-10
  2. Portland State @ New Mexico, 17-6
  3. Richmond @ Duke, 13-0
  4. New Hampshire @ Northwestern, 34-17
  5. Southern Illinois @ Indiana, 35-28
  6. North Dakota State @ Ball State, 29-24
  7. Cal Poly @ San Diego State, 16-14

2007 (9)

  1. Appalachian State @ Michigan, 34-32
  2. Nicholls @ Rice, 16-14
  3. Northern Iowa @ Iowa State, 24-13
  4. Southern Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 34-31
  5. McNeese @ Louisiana, 38-17
  6. New Hampshire @ Marshall, 48-35
  7. North Dakota State @ Central Michigan, 44-14
  8. North Dakota State @ Minnesota, 27-21
  9. Delaware @ Navy, 59-52

2008 (2)

  1. Cal Poly @ San Diego State, 29-27
  2. New Hampshire @ Army, 28-10

2009 (5)

  1. Villanova @ Temple, 27-24
  2. Richmond @ Duke, 24-16
  3. William & Mary @ Virginia, 26-14
  4. New Hampshire @ Ball State, 23-16
  5. Central Arkansas @ Western Kentucky, 28-7

2010 (7)

  1. Jacksonville State @ Mississippi, 49-48 (2 OT)
  2. North Dakota State @ Kansas, 6-3
  3. Gardner-Webb @ Akron, 38-37 (1 OT)
  4. James Madison @ Virginia Tech, 21-16
  5. Liberty @ Ball State, 27-23
  6. South Dakota @ Minnesota, 41-38
  7. UC Davis @ San Jose State, 14-13

2011 (6)

  1. Richmond @ Duke, 23-21
  2. Sacramento State @ Oregon State, 29-28 (1 OT)
  3. Indiana State @ Western Kentucky, 44-16
  4. North Dakota State @ Minnesota, 37-24
  5. Sam Houston State @ New Mexico, 48-45 (1 OT)
  6. Southern Utah @ UNLV, 41-16

2012 (10)

  1. Eastern Washington @ Idaho, 20-3
  2. McNeese @ Middle Tennessee, 27-21
  3. Tennessee-Martin @ Memphis, 20-17
  4. Youngstown State @ Pittsburgh, 31-17
  5. Illinois State @ Eastern Michigan, 31-14
  6. North Dakota State @ Colorado State, 22-7
  7. Northern Arizona @ UNLV, 17-14
  8. Sacramento State @ Colorado, 30-28
  9. Cal Poly @ Wyoming, 24-22
  10. Stony Brook @ Army, 23-3

2013 (15)

  1. Southern Utah @ South Alabama, 22-21
  2. Towson @ Connecticut, 33-18
  3. North Dakota State @ Kansas State, 24-21
  4. Samford @ Georgia State, 31-21
  5. Eastern Illinois @ San Diego State, 40-19
  6. Eastern Washington @ Oregon State, 49-46
  7. McNeese @ South Florida, 53-21
  8. Northern Iowa @ Iowa State, 28-20
  9. Chattanooga @ Georgia State, 42-14
  10. Maine @ Massachusetts, 24-14
  11. Nicholls @ Western Michigan, 27-23
  12. Bethune-Cookman @ Florida International, 34-13
  13. Fordham @ Temple, 30-29
  14. Jacksonville State @ Georgia State, 32-26 (1 OT)
  15. Georgia Southern @ Florida, 26-20

2014 (8)

  1. Bethune-Cookman @ Florida International, 14-12
  2. North Dakota State @ Iowa State, 34-14
  3. Eastern Kentucky @ Miami (OH), 17-10
  4. Abilene Christian @ Troy, 38-35
  5. Indiana State @ Ball State, 27-20
  6. Northwestern State @ Louisiana Tech, 30-27
  7. Army @ Yale, 49-43 (1 OT)
  8. Liberty @ Appalachian State, 55-48 (1 OT)

2015 (9)

  1. Fordham @ Army, 37-35
  2. North Dakota @ Wyoming, 24-13
  3. Portland State @ Washington State, 24-17
  4. South Dakota State @ Kansas, 41-38
  5. Furman @ UCF, 16-15
  6. James Madison @ SMU, 48-45
  7. Liberty @ Georgia State, 41-33
  8. Portland State @ North Texas, 66-7
  9. The Citadel @ South Carolina, 23-22

2016 (10)

  1. Albany @ Buffalo, 22-16
  2. Eastern Washington @ Washington State, 45-42
  3. Northern Iowa @ Iowa State, 25-20
  4. Richmond @ Virginia, 37-20
  5. Eastern Illinois @ Miami (OH), 21-17
  6. Illinois State @ Northwestern, 9-7
  7. North Carolina A&T @ Kent State, 39-36 (4 OT)
  8. North Dakota State @ Iowa, 23-21
  9. Central Arkansas @ Arkansas State, 28-23
  10. Western Illinois @ Northern Illinois, 28-23

2017 (9)

  1. Tennessee State @ Georgia State, 17-10
  2. Howard @ UNLV, 43-40
  3. James Madison @ East Carolina, 34-14
  4. Liberty @ Baylor, 48-45
  5. New Hampshire vs. Georgia Southern, 22-12
  6. South Dakota @ Bowling Green, 35-27
  7. Idaho State @ Nevada, 30-28
  8. North Carolina A&T @ Charlotte, 35-31
  9. Western Illinois @ Coastal Carolina, 52-10

2018 (7)

  1. UC Davis @ San Jose State, 44-38
  2. Nicholls @ Kansas, 26-23 (1 OT)
  3. Northern Arizona @ UTEP, 30-10
  4. Villanova @ Temple, 19-17
  5. North Carolina A&T @ East Carolina, 28-23
  6. Maine @ Western Kentucky, 31-28
  7. Illinois State @ Colorado State, 35-19

2019 (3)

  1. Central Arkansas @ Western Kentucky, 35-28
  2. Southern Illinois @ Massachusetts, 45-20
  3. The Citadel @ Georgia Tech, 27-24 (1 OT)

2020 (1)

Season in Progress

  1. Jacksonville State @ Florida International, 19-10