If teams that should win, do win their games this weekend, the 1st 18-20 teams in the playoffs are pretty straight-forward. The last 4-6 teams in are where the fun begins...... The Sports Network projection http://www.sportsnetwork.com/fcs/FCS_Bracket.pdf College Sports Madness projection http://www.collegesportsmadness.com/fcs-football/bracketology Both projected playoff fields are almost the same, except for the last few teams in. I.E., sports Madness left out 2 teams (Charleston Southern, SC State) with 8 Div 1 wins and picks 3 from the MVC, including Southern Illinois, who hasn't won 6 D1 games yet. A little bias? I was wondering why UT – Chattanooga (8 Div1 wins) was not projected in the play-offs at all? I think the Sports Network is biased toward the Big Sky Conf, having projected Montana St to get an at-large bid, though they have only 6 Div1 wins now and would need to be U Montana to get 7. In the CAA, other than Maine, Towson & W&M, the next best prospects seem to be Delaware and UNH. While both would have to win to be in the running, prospects greatly improve if S Utah, Montana St, SC State, Charleston Southern & S Dakota St all lose this weekend. They all don't have easy games, so there's a reasonable shot. I.E.,.... S Utah (8-3)/7 Div 1 wins vs N. Arizona (8-2). Montana St (7-4) 6 Div 1 wins vs U. Montana (9-2). S Dakota St (7-4) vs YSU (8-3). SC State (8-3)7 Div 1 wins vs Norfolk St (3-8). Charleston Southern(10-2)/7 or 8 div 1 wins (8 if Charlotte counts) vs Liberty (7-4). N Iowa (6-5) could be a good candidate too, as they play W Illinois (4-7). Hard to say as they do have 5 losses, but did beat a FBS team, YSU and and McNeese St . Oh, and UT-Chattanooga is easily in if they win their final. Still never understood why Wofford was selected over Towson last year when we both had 7 division 1 wins with Towson having played a tougher schedule. The only thing that I came up with was their blow-out of a weak D2 school. It shouldn't have counted but seems it really did count for something.