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1982 NCAA Division I-AA football season

 

1982 NCAA Division I-AA football season

1982 NCAA Division I-AA season
Duration August – November 1982
Playoff
Duration November 27–December 18, 1982
Championship site Memorial Stadium, Wichita Falls, TX
Champion Eastern Kentucky Colonels
Division I-AA football season
«1981
1983»

The 1982 NCAA Division I-AA football season, part of National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision level, began in August 1982, and concluded with the National Championship Game of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on December 18, 1982, at Memorial Stadium in Wichita Falls, Texas. The Eastern Kentucky Colonels won their second I-AA championship, defeating the Delaware Fightin' Blue Hens by a final score of 17−14.[1]

Contents

  • Conference standings 1
  • Conference Champions 2
  • Postseason 3
    • NCAA Division I-AA Playoff bracket 3.1
  • References 4

Conference standings

1982 Big Sky football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
#19 Montana 5 2 0     6 6 0
#11 Idaho 5 2 0     9 4 0
Montana State 5 2 0     6 5 0
#15 Boise State 4 3 0     8 3 0
Nevada 3 4 0     6 5 0
Northern Arizona 3 4 0     4 7 0
Weber State 2 5 0     4 7 0
Idaho State 1 6 0     3 8 0
† – Conference champion
  • Montana earned automatic berth in NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship. Idaho earned at-large berth in NCAA Division I-AA Football Championship.
    Rankings from NCAA Division I-AA poll (released before championship playoffs)
1982 Mid-Continent football standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   T     W   L   T
Eastern Illinois § 2 0 1     11 1 1
Northern Iowa § 2 0 1     4 6 1
Southwest Missouri State 1 2 0     5 6 0
Western Illinois 0 3 0     2 8 0
§ – Conference co-champions
Rankings from AP Poll
1982 Southern Conference football standings
Conf     Overall
Team   W   L         W   L  
Furman ^   6 1         9 3  
Chattanooga   5 1         7 4  
Western Carolina   4 2         6 5  
The Citadel   3 4         5 6  
Appalachian State   3 4         4 7  
VMI   2 3         5 6  
East Tennessee State   2 5         2 9  
Marshall   1 6         3 7  
† – Conference champion
^ – FCS playoff participant

Conference Champions

Conference Champions

Big Sky Conference – Montana
Ivy LeagueDartmouth, Harvard, and Penn
Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference – South Carolina State
Ohio Valley Conference – Eastern Kentucky
Southern ConferenceFurman
Southland ConferenceLouisiana Tech
Southwestern Athletic Conference – Jackson State
Yankee Conference – Boston University, Connecticut, Maine, and Massachusetts

Postseason

NCAA Division I-AA Playoff bracket

First Round
November 27
Campus Sites
Quarterfinals
December 4
Campus Sites
Semifinals
December 11
Campus Sites
National Championship Game
December 18
                           
    Richmond, KY        
Moscow, ID
  Eastern Kentucky   38
  Idaho   17 Richmond, KY
    Idaho   30  
  Montana   3     Eastern Kentucky   13
  Nashville, TN
Charleston, IL     Tennessee State   7  
  Tennessee State   20
  Eastern Illinois   16 Wichita Falls, TXMemorial Stadium
    Eastern Illinois   19  
  Jackson State   13     Eastern Kentucky   17
  Ruston, LA
Greenville, SC     Delaware   14
  Louisiana Tech   17
  Furman   0 Ruston, LA
    South Carolina State   19  
  South Carolina State   17     Louisiana Tech   0
  Newark, DE
Hamilton, NY     Delaware   17  
  Delaware   20
  Colgate   21
    Colgate   13  
  Boston U.   7  

References

  1. ^ "1982 NCAA Division I Football Championship". NCAA. NCAA.org. p. 14. Retrieved December 26, 2013. 
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