NCAA Council Proposes FCS Spring Football Playoffs

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The NCAA Division I Council has proposed a framework to conduct a season in the Football Championship Subdivision, with teams limited to eight regular-season games in the spring and a playoff bracket reduced from 24 to 16 teams. The regular season would span 13 weeks through April 17, followed by playoffs through May 15. Teams can play a maximum of 11 games over the fall and spring, with no more than eight in the spring. If a team plays six games in the fall it can play up to five in the spring within the 13-week regular season.

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