The 2019 college football season will be a unique one for the Football Championship Subdivision, as teams will be permitted to schedule 12 games instead of the traditional eleven this fall. North Dakota State will play 12 games, which includes six home games and another game played at Target Field.
A majority of the Valley will play 12 games, outside of Missouri State, the Bears will play just eleven games next season. This is also the last time teams in the conference will miss out on one league opponent. Beginning in 2020, teams will miss out on playing two teams as the University of North Dakota joins the MVFC, bringing the league to eleven teams.
This is a composite look at the schedules for the ten teams in the league, including the schools that the teams will not play in 2019.