football bowl subdivision
FBS= Football Bowl Sub-division
Football Bowl Subdivision
shoulod be FBS -- Football Bowl Subdivision (used to be Division I I guess)
Michigan in FBS
The Michigan Wolverines are the most winningest college football team in FBS history.
TCU 12 in a row!
FBS is Division I-A and play in bowls. FCS is division I-AA and has playoffs that culminate with a championship game.
College Football Boards
FBS stands for Football Bowl Subdivision, formerly called Division I-A. This is in contrast to the FCS, or Football Championship Subdivision, formerly known as Division I-AA. The "Bowl" vs "Championship" refers to how the 2 divisions play their post-season, with the former Division I-A teams playing in bowl games and the former Division I-AA teams playing in a playoff series culminating with a true national championship game.
1. Steve Spurrier
What was once called NCAA Div. I-A is now called Div. I-FBS (Football Bowl Subdivision). I counted 120 schools on the NCAA.org website. ----------
It depends. FBS, FCS, Division 2, Division 3, NAIA. Be more specific.
It stands for Football Championship Subdivision
It stands for Football Bowl Sub-Division.
Yes, the Heisman Trophy is awarded to the best college football player in the country.
The youngest Division 1-FBS (formerly Division 1-A) school is Florida International University who began playing football in 2002.