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2004 NCAA Division I-AA football season

 

2004 NCAA Division I-AA football season

2004 NCAA Division I-AA season
Duration August 28 – November
Playoff
Duration November 27, 2004 – December 17, 2004
Championship site Finley Stadium, Chattanooga, TN
Champion James Madison
Payton Award QB Lang Campbell, William & Mary
Buchanan Award LB Jordan Beck, Cal Poly
Division I-AA football season
«2003
2005»

The 2004 NCAA Division I-AA football season, part of National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division I Football Championship Subdivision level, began on August 28, 2004, and concluded with the National Championship Game of the NCAA Division I Football Championship on December 17, 2004, at Finley Stadium in Chattanooga, Tennessee. James Madison won their first I-AA championship, defeating Montana by a final score of 31−21.

Contents

  • I-AA team wins over I-A teams 1
  • Postseason 2
    • NCAA Division I-AA Playoff bracket 2.1
  • References 3

I-AA team wins over I-A teams

Postseason

NCAA Division I-AA Playoff bracket

First Round
November 27
Campus Sites
Quarterfinals
December 4
Campus Sites
Semifinals
December 10 and December 11
Campus Sites
National Championship Game

December 17
Finley Stadium
Chattanooga, Tennessee

                       
1 Southern Illinois* (10–1) 31
Eastern Washington (8–3) 35
Eastern Washington* 34
Sam Houston State 35
Sam Houston State* (9–2) 54
Western Kentucky (9–2) 24
Sam Houston State 13
Montana* 34
Montana* (9–2) 56
Northwestern State (8–3) 7
Montana* 47
New Hampshire 17
New Hampshire (9–2) 27
4 Georgia Southern* (9–2) 3
Montana 21
James Madison 31
3 William & Mary* (9–2) 42
Hampton (10–1) 35
3 William & Mary* 44
Delaware 38
Delaware* (8–3) 28
Lafayette (8–3) 14
3 William & Mary* 34
James Madison 48
James Madison (9–2) 14
Lehigh* (9–2) 13
James Madison 14
2 Furman* 13
Jacksonville State (9–1) 7
2 Furman* (9–2) 49

* Denotes host institution

References

  • http://www.ncaa.com/auto_pdf/p_hotos/s_chools/ncaa/sports/m-footbl/auto_pdf/FB-FCS-2004
  • http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/stats/football_champs_records/2004/d1aa/confstat.htm
  • http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/stats/football_records/DI/2005/2005RB.pdf
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