This Week in the NCAA

12/21/2012

In the latest installment of This Week in the NCAA, Kevin Kugler has the latest from the divisions of NCAA Football below the FBS, including Valdosta State winning its third Division II title and Mount Union winning for the 11th time in Division III. Kevin also has the details on the FCS Championship Game on January 5th, which mark a rematch between North Dakota State and Sam Houston State.

Finally, a congratulation to the Texas Longhorns women’s volleyball team, which won the Division I championship for the first time since 1988.

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On “This Week in the NCAA,” Kevin Kugler highlights unique stories from around the varied and interesting world of college sports.

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