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Where postseason bids stand in the FCS

(STATS) - It's the time of the FCS season in which conference races are winding down and a cheat sheet is needed to make understanding championships and postseason bids easier.

Heading into Saturday's important schedule, the following is a quick breakdown of how 10 of the conferences may award automatic qualifying bids to the FCS playoffs and with how the MEAC and SWAC may set up the Celebration Bowl. Eight conferences could awards their AQ on Saturday.

The Ivy League is the only FCS conference not to participate in the postseason.

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Leaders
Passing Yards: D. Cheek1966
Passing TDs: D. Cheek14
Rushing Yards: J. Thomas395
Rushing TDs: D. McNair6
Receiving Yards: C. Taylor400
Receiving TDs: A. Jones4
Interceptions: None 
Schedule 2019
Date Opponent Result / Time
8/31 at North Carolina A&T L 21 - 24
9/7 vs. Citadel W 35 - 28
9/14 at Richmond W 42 - 20
9/21 at Wake Forest L 7 - 49
9/28 vs. James Madison L 10 - 45
10/5 at New Hampshire L 10 - 26
10/12 vs. Delaware W 42 - 7
10/26 at Rhode Island W 38 - 13
11/2 vs. William & Mary L 29 - 31
11/9 vs. Maine L 17 - 31
11/23 at Towson 11:00 PT12:00 MT1:00 CT2:00 ET7:00 GMT3:00 北京时间12:00 MST1:00 CST2:00 EST
Colonial Athletic Association
  Conference Overall
2 James Madison 7-0 10-1
Albany 5-2 7-4
New Hampshire 4-3 5-5
13 Villanova 4-3 8-3
20 Towson 4-3 7-4
Richmond 4-3 5-6
Maine 4-3 6-5
Elon 3-4 4-6
Delaware 3-4 5-6
Stony Brook 2-5 5-6
William & Mary 2-5 4-7
Rhode Island 0-7 2-9
Offense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3196 (110)
Passing Yards: 1998 (92)
Rushing Yards: 1198 (105)
Points per game: 25.1 (77)
Yards per game: 319.6 (106)
Touchdowns: 31 (82)
Field Goals: 7 (98)
Defense (FCS Rank)
Yards: 3947 (50)
Passing Yards: 2216 (48)
Rushing Yards: 1731 (68)
Points per game: 27.4 (58)
Yards per game: 394.7 (70)
Touchdowns: 34 (59)
Field Goals: 8 (46)
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