Can You Name These College Football Teams with Just Five Clues?
College football, specifically NCAA Division One Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), is easily one of the most popular sports in America because it reaches every inch of this country. From Oregon to Pittsburgh, from Kansas State to New Orleans, from the Mountain West Conference to the Sun Belt Conference, college football has built one of the largest fanbases in any sport in the world.
With the success of college football growing every semester, every single detail about the sport is analyzed and broken down to its core. The college football rankings are a great example of how big the sport is today. NCAA football teams know that if they want to be the national champion, they have to play at an elite level for every one of their games. All it takes is one loss and even the best NCAA football teams can find themselves fighting for their lives just for a second chance to become a national champion.
With so many FBS football teams in the country, let’s see if you can figure out the school just from the five clues we give you.
College Football Teams
College football teams are located in both the biggest cities in the U.S. and small towns like Grove City, Ohio, or Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The schools in the NCAA Division One Football Bowl Subdivision are the top college football programs in the country. That is the division that features all the elite college football schools from all the major conferences in the country. If you can get a scholarship to play for an FBS football team, then you're pretty talented regardless of what college you attend.
FBS football teams are not just teams like Clemson, Alabama, Ohio State, Oklahoma, or Oregon. There are 129 FBS football programs, including colleges like Cincinnati, Oklahoma State, Houston, Louisville, Akron, BYU, Utah, Memphis, Texas State, and Miami (Ohio). These are just a few of the many schools that compete each year to become the best in college football.