It's the new fad in college football: The mighty beat up on the very weak.
It really isn't fair. A team that gives out 85 scholarships schedules a team that gives out, at most, 63.
But of the current 120 FBS programs, 117 schedule FCS opponents, at least from time to time. Only USC, UCLA and Notre Dame still maintain some sense of honor and refuse to place FCS cupcakes on their respective menus.
In 2011, there will be 82 games between FBS and FCS schools.
While the vast majority of them will be over by the time the second quarter begins, there's always a chance...
The vast majority of FCS programs have no shot against the FBS, but we've seen the top FCS programs pull a rabbit out of their helmet and sneak one past their much more well-funded opponents. James Madison over Virginia Tech. North Dakota State over Minnesota. Appalachian State over Michigan.
So do any of these FCS programs have a shot in 2011?
Of course they do!
Here are 10 FCS teams that could beat their 2011 FBS opponents.