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Historically Significant Teams Without Articles

Project editors have established and maintained articles for all 120 current NCAA Division I FBS football programs. However, many lower division and defunct college football programs remain without standalone articles. For example, the following schools won national championships at the Division I or historically equivalent level or made important contributions to the sport, but do not currently have football articles:

  • Columbia (redirect)
  • Fordham (redirect)
  • Furman (redirect)
World War II-era military service training programs
  • Georgia Pre-Flight Skycrackers football
  • Saint Mary's Pre-Flight Air Devils football

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