10 FCS Versus FBS Games We Are Looking Forward to Watching for the 2021 Season

The 2021 season has plenty of opportunities to watch our beloved FCS teams square off against FBS foes. In fact, there are 117 such games scheduled for the upcoming season. We’re excited to see these games back on the docket so let’s take a look at 10 of the FCS versus FBS games that we … Read more

Hampton Opts Out of Spring; UT Martin and Missouri State Schedule Home-and-Home

The Hampton Pirates became the 10th FCS program to opt-out of playing football in the spring. Hampton suspended all spring programs but will continue to forge ahead with modified men’s and women’s basketball schedules. Hampton became the second FCS program this week alone to pass on the spring season. Bethune-Cookman suspended all athletic activities for … Read more

Tennessee Martin Announces Two Future Home-and-Home Series

The Tennessee Martin Skyhawks were busy this week announcing not one but two future home-and-home series against FCS opponents. The first series to occur will be against the Samford Bulldogs in 2021 and 2023. The two teams will meet in Martin, Tennessee on Saturday, September 11, 2021 followed by Samford hosting two seasons later on … Read more

Central Arkansas-Arkansas State Rescheduled; UT Martin Adds 3 to Future Schedules

The FCS’ heavily revised schedule took a small hit in the regular season on Tuesday with Central Arkansas and Arkansas State announcing the postponement of Saturday’s contest. Central Arkansas was slated to travel to Jonesboro for a game at 7 PM but Arkansas State announced they had a slew of “unavailable players” that left certain … Read more

Ohio Valley Moves Football to the Spring

The Ohio Valley Conference is the latest and final FCS conference to postpone its conference schedule to the spring according to Pete Thamel. The OVC will allow up to four non-conference games followed by a seven game OVC schedule in the spring. The Ohio Valley Conference confirmed the postponement on Friday evening. The last week … Read more

Missouri Valley Football Conference Moves Schedule to Spring 2021

The Missouri Valley Football Conference has decided against a fall football season as the conference will move its conference slate to the spring of 2021. The MVFC will attempt an 8 game conference schedule in the spring and hope that the FCS Championship will be moved to the spring as well. The non-conference games are … Read more

More FCS Games Canceled by SEC, NEC Decisions

The FCS level takes another hit this week after decisions by the Southeastern Conference and Northeast Conference led to more cancellations. The SEC will reportedly shift to a 10-game, conference only schedule, which will not only cause cancellations but may also impact the athletic departments of the schools playing SEC programs this season. An additional … Read more

Tennessee Martin and Western Illinois Schedule Home-and-Home Series

The Tennessee Martin Skyhawks and the Western Illinois Leathernecks have scheduled a home-and-home series according to FBSchedules. The two games will take place in 2022 and 2024. UT Martin will host the first game on Thursday, September 1, 2022 while Western Illinois will be the home team two years later on Saturday, September 7, 2024. … Read more

Former Alabama LB Eyabi Anoma Joins UT-Martin

Eyabi Anoma, a former five-star linebacker at Alabama, announced he will attend Tennessee-Martin. Anoma made the announcement via his Twitter account. Anoma was ranked as a top 25 player out of high school by ESPN, 247Sports, Rivals.com, and MaxPreps. He was also considered a top-five defensive player and consistently ranked as the best player in … Read more

Kansas State and Tennessee Martin To Meet In 2024

The Kansas State Wildcats will play the Tennessee Martin Skyhawks on Saturday, August 31, 2024 according to a contract obtained by FBSchedules. The one-time game will be the first meeting between the two schools. The Skyhawks will receive a guarantee of $450,000 for the matchup. Kansas State now has an FCS opponent scheduled for the … Read more