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2022 FCS Bracketology Show

The field of 24 will be revealed tomorrow. We attempt to pick the bracket tonight.

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The foremost bracketologists attempt to pick the field of 24. (WDAY Sports)
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The FCS regular season is over.

Sacramento State and Holy Cross each finished its seasons unbeaten with 11-0 records and will be rewarded with seeds and a week off next week.

Now it's time to determine the rest of the playoff field.

There are 11 automatic bids and 13 at-large bids that will make up the field of 24.

WDAY's Dom Izzo and The Forum's Jeff Kolpack attempt to predict the field and how it will play out.

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The FCS Selection Show is slated for tomorrow at 11:30 am on ESPNU.

Here's how we see things going. Digest. Debate. Discuss.

AUTOMATIC BIDS (11)

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Big Sky: Sacramento State

Colonial: William and Mary

Missouri Valley: South Dakota State

Northeast: Saint Francis

Ohio Valley: SE Missouri State

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Pioneer: Davidson

Patriot League: Holy Cross

Southland: SE Louisiana

SoCon: Samford

ASUN/WAC: Eastern Kentucky

Big South: Gardner-Webb

AT-LARGE BIDS (13)

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North Dakota State

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North Dakota

Youngstown State

Delaware

Richmond

New Hampshire

Elon

Fordham

Montana State

Weber State

Idaho

Furman

Incarnate Word

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The final projected bracket for the field of 2022.

Dom Izzo is the Sports Director at WDAY-TV. He began working for WDAY in 2006 as the weekend sports anchor and was promoted to Sports Director in 2010.
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