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'FCS All-In' Show to debut on YouTube on Saturday

'FCS All-In' Show to debut on YouTube on Saturday

From OVC Media Relations

• FCS All-In YouTube Channel: www.youtube.com/fcsallin

• OVC Segment for this Week: https://bit.ly/3yaEQn6


Beginning this Saturday (August 21) and running through the 2021 football regular season, a new episode of "FCS All-In" will premiere each Saturday at 9am CT on YouTube (and also be available on-demand).

The online program is a collaborative effort the NCAA's 15 Division I FCS Conferences. Each conference will have a segment during the show, which will also feature national correspondents.

This week's OVC segment features each of the league's head football coaches discussing the spring 2021 season and what they are looking forward to about the fall 2021 campaign.  You can view that clip now here: https://bit.ly/3yaEQn6.

Make sure to subscribe to the FCS All-In YouTube Channel, turn on notifications and check back each Saturday morning to see the OVC segment and the segments from the other FCS conferences.

The 2021 football season gets underway with Week Zero contests on August 28 with other teams beginning the year the weekend of September 4.  The 2021 FCS Playoffs will feature 24 teams and the field will be announced on Sunday, November 21. Each of the playoff contests will air on the ESPN Family of Networks with the National Championship game to be held on Saturday, January 8 in Frisco, Texas.



• This year marks the 74th year of football in the OVC.

• Every current OVC team has been ranked in the Top 25 polls for at least one week over the past five years (2016-20).

• Last year three teams were ranked in the final Stats Perform Top 25, the first time since the 2013 season three OVC teams finished the season ranked in that poll.

• The OVC has placed multiple teams in the FCS Playoffs seven times in the past 11 years.

• OVC teams have 12 playoff wins since 2013, including five Quarterfinal appearances and one National Championship game appearance.

• Since 2013, the OVC has produced one Walter Payton Award Winner, two Buck Buchanan Award Winners, an Eddie Robinson Award Winner and a Deacon Jones Trophy winner. In addition, the league has had two Doris Robinson Award Winners, as the National Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

• In 7 of the past 11 years, an OVC team has defeated a Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) opponent.

• The OVC has produced at least one NFL Draft Pick in 10 of the past 14 years.

• In January 2020, OVC alum Jimmy Garoppolo became just the eighth former FCS quarterback to start a Super Bowl, doing so with the San Francisco 49ers. Last season (2020) 11 former OVC players were on active rosters at the end of the season.

• Former EIU quarterback Tony Romo was selected to the 2021 College Football Hall of Fame Class. He is the third former OVC player to be inducted (Jim Youngblood, George Floyd Jr.); in addition, there are also three former OVC coaches (Roy Kidd, Boots Donnelly, Frank Beamer) already enshrined.

• Over the previous 73 years, 15 of 18 teams that have competed have claimed at least one league championship.

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