FCS champions year-by-year

FCS champions year-by-year

(STATS) – Year-by-year results of the NCAA Division I FCS championship game:

2017: North Dakota State (coach Chris Klieman) 17, James Madison 13

2016: James Madison 28, Youngstown State 14

2015: North Dakota State (Chris Klieman) 37, Jacksonville State 10

2014: North Dakota State (Chris Klieman) 29, Illinois State 27

2013: North Dakota State (Craig Bohl) 35, Towson 7

2012: North Dakota State (Craig Bohl) 39, Sam Houston State 13

2011: North Dakota State (Craig Bohl) 17, Sam Houston State 6

2010: Eastern Washington (Beau Baldwin) 20, Delaware 19

2009: Villanova (Andy Talley) 23, Montana 21

2008: Richmond (Mike London) 24, Montana 7

2007: Appalachian State (Jerry Moore) 49, Delaware 21

2006: Appalachian State (Jerry Moore) 28, Massachusetts 17

2005: Appalachian State (Jerry Moore) 21, Northern Iowa 16

2004: James Madison (Mickey Matthews) 31, Montana 21

2003: Delaware (K.C. Keeler) 40, Colgate 0

2002: Western Kentucky (Jack Harbaugh) 34, McNeese State 14

2001: Montana (Joe Glenn) 13, Furman 6

2000: Georgia Southern (Paul Johnson) 27, Montana 25

1999: Georgia Southern (Paul Johnson) 59, Youngstown State 24

1998: Massachusetts (Mark Whipple) 55, Georgia Southern 43

1997: Youngstown State (Jim Tressel) 10, McNeese State 9

1996: Marshall (Bob Pruett) 49, Montana 29

1995: Montana (Don Read) 22, Marshall 20

1994: Youngstown State (Jim Tressel) 28, Boise State 14

1993: Youngstown State (Jim Tressel) 17, Marshall 5

1992: Marshall (Jim Donnan) 31, Youngstown State 28

1991: Youngstown State (Jim Tressel) 25, Marshall 17

1990: Georgia Southern (Tim Stowers) 36, Nevada 13

1989: Georgia Southern (Erk Russell) 37, Stephen F. Austin 34

1988: Furman (Jimmy Satterfield) 17, Georgia Southern 12

1987: Northeast Louisiana (Pat Collins) 43, Marshall 42

1986: Georgia Southern (Erk Russell) 48, Arkansas State 21

1985: Georgia Southern (Erk Russell) 44, Furman 42

1984: Montana State (Dave Arnold) 19, Louisiana Tech 6

1983: Southern Illinois (Rey Dempsey) 43, Western Carolina 7

1982: Eastern Kentucky (Roy Kidd) 17, Delaware 14

1981: Idaho State (Dave Kragthorpe) 34, Eastern Kentucky 23

1980: Boise State (Jim Criner) 31, Eastern Kentucky 29

1979: Eastern Kentucky (Roy Kidd) 30, Lehigh 7

1978: Florida A&M (Rudy Hubbard) 35, Massachusetts 28

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