Defending FCS national champion North Dakota State is No. 1 in the College Football America Yearbook 2020 Preseason FCS Top 30.
The Bison are coming off a 16-0 season in which they won their eighth FCS championship in the last nine years. Among the players returning from that team is quarterback Trey Lance, who is on the cover of the 2020 College Football America Yearbook.
Northern Iowa, which like NDSU plays in the Missouri Valley Football Conference, is No. 2.
James Madison is No. 3, Villanova is No. 4 and South Dakota State is No. 5. The Montana Grizzles are No. 6, followed by Montana State at No. 7, Weber State at No. 8, Illinois State at No. 9 and Kennesaw State at No. 10.
The FCS section of the College Football America 2020 Yearbook features 28 pages of content including:
- National FCS preview;
- FCS preseason Starting Lineup;
- Preview of each FCS conference;
- Capsules for every FCS team, including 2019 results and 2020 schedules;
- Twenty color action, coach and stadium photos.
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2020 College Football America FCS Preseason Top 30
1. North Dakota State
2. Northern Iowa
3. James Madison
5. South Dakota State
7. Montana State
8. Weber State
9. Illinois State
10. Kennesaw State
11. Sacramento State
13. Nicholls State
14. Austin Peay
16. Southeast Missouri
17. Central Arkansas
18. North Carolina A&T
19. Central Connecticut State
20. Monmouth (NJ)
21. Florida A&M
23. Eastern Washington
25. San Diego
26. Southeastern Louisiana
27. Alcorn State
29. North Dakota
30. Holy Cross