What are the smallest football schools in Division I?

The smallest Division I Football schools, according to Athnet scholarship recruiters, have a student population of 5,000 or less. There are now 23 universities and colleges that meet this condition, spread throughout 49 of the 50 states, among the 347 Division I schools with over 6,000 athletic teams. Every year, more than 170,000 student-athletes participate in NCAA Division I athletics.

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In alphabetical order, the smallest schools and their locations are:

Mississippi’s Alcorn State University

Florida’s Bethune-Cookman University

Pennsylvania’s Bucknell University

Indiana’s Butler University

South Carolina’s Charleston Southern University

New York’s Colgate University

Massachusetts’ College of the Holy Cross

North Carolina’s Davidson College

Delaware State University is located in Delaware.

South Carolina’s Furman University

Florida’s Jacksonville University

Pennsylvania’s Lafayette College

Mississippi Valley State University is a public university in Mississippi.

Pennsylvania’s Saint Francis University

Georgia’s Savannah State University

Colorado’s United States Air Force Academy

New York’s United States Military Academy

Pine Bluff, Arkansas: University of Arkansas

Oklahoma’s University of Tulsa

Indiana’s Valparaiso University

Virginia Military Institute (Virginia Military Institute)

New York’s Wagner College

South Carolina’s Wofford College

Butler University, the United States Air Force Academy, and others have competitive football teams, despite being small and unknown. Students interested in playing football at a minor DI school should look into these options, as well as NCAA scholarship opportunities and other recruiting options.

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