Georgia State commissions FBS study

Posted by Daniel Shirley on February 21, 2012 

 

Georgia State has commissioned Collegiate Consulting to conduct a study regarding the feasibility of a move to FBS for its football team, the school announced in a release Tuesday.


Georgia State’s football program began play in 2010 and currently competes in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) at the FCS level.

“We are performing our due diligence to fully understand potential opportunities in the rapidly changing landscape of college athletics and particularly college football,” Georgia State athletics director Cheryl L. Levick said. “We will evaluate the information in the feasibility study to determine the best course of action for Georgia State.“

No decisions have been made, and Georgia State has not received an invitation from any conference.”

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