Indianapolis –The NCAA Division I Football Championship Committee today announced the stadium for the 24 teams competing for the 2022 NCAA Division I Football Championship.
Missouri Valley Football Conference winners South Dakota State (10-1) earned the top seed in its eleventh straight appearance in the tournament. The Jackrabbits went undefeated against FCS competition defeating all ten opponents in their schedule.
More: Click or tap here for the full version of the 2022 FCS match selections
Sacramento State (11-0) is the second seed to receive an automatic qualification berth from the Big Sky Conference. The Hornets are making their third appearance overall after going undefeated in their conference for the second year in a row.
|The sky is big||Sacramento Street|
|The Big South||Gardner Webb|
|the colony||William and Mary|
|Missouri Valley||South Dakota Street|
|the Northeast||Saint Francis (Pennsylvania)|
|Ohio Valley||Southeast Mo.|
|Which color||the colony||8-3|
|Idaho||The sky is big||7-4|
|Montana||The sky is big||7-4|
|Montana Street||The sky is big||10-1|
|New Hampshire||the colony||8-3|
|North Dakota Street||MVFC||9-2|
|Weber Street||The sky is big||9-2|
TV schedules and game times for all rounds of the 2022 tournament will be updated at www.NCAA.com/fcs. All FCS playoff rounds can be watched on the ESPN family of networks with first-round games Saturday, November 26, and ending with the National Championship game at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas, Sunday, January 8 at 2 p.m. (ET) on ABC.
Bracket: Click or tap here to see the full 2022 FCS Finals bracket