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Should the Big 12 Conference Stop Scheduling FCS Teams in Football? [POLL]

Ashley Wirz, 1340TheFan.com

The Big Ten Conference members have agreed to stop scheduling Football Championship Subdivision schools, formerly known as Division 1-AA.

The shift in scheduling for the Big Ten is in part for going to a nine-game conference schedule and shows the conference is looking to bolster the quality of non-conference games.

The Big 12 Conference already plays a nine-game conference schedule, but member schools still play a plethora of FCS opponents.

Texas Tech has played six FCS teams the past five seasons with no opponents from BCS Conferences winning those games by large margins each time.

The Sportsline Poll of the Day: Should Big 12 Conference should follow the Big Ten’s lead and stop scheduling FCS opponents?

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