FCS Championship Game Weather: Heavy Winds in Forecast for James Madison vs. North Dakota State
Photo by Sam Wasson/Getty Images. Pictured: Head coach Matt Entz of the North Dakota State Bison
- The FCS Championship game (Saturday at 12 p.m. ET, ABC) weather forecast is calling for windy conditions at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas.
- Learn the details of the James Madison vs. North Dakota State weather and how college football bettors can take advantage.
While bettors have to wait until Monday for the National Championship game between Clemson and LSU, the Football Championship Subdivision will award its champion on Saturday when James Madison takes on North Dakota State.
These teams boast the top two defenses among FCS teams, in terms of yards allowed per game, and the weather forecast at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas should make scoring even more difficult.
Odds as of Saturday at 9:50 a.m. ET and via FanDuel, where Action Network users get a risk-free bet up to $500.
Let’s take a detailed look at the FCS Championship Game weather forecast and how James Madison vs. North Dakota State bettors can take advantage.
FCS Championship Game Weather Forecast: James Madison vs. North Dakota State
Sports Insights’ weather data is calling for 15-17 mph breezes throughout the game, which should certainly make connecting on long passes more difficult.
In fact, the National Weather Service also expects wind gusts up to 30 mph in Frisco Saturday afternoon, which, again, isn’t the best news for those hoping for explosive passing plays and kickers converting field goals.
As of Saturday morning, bets on the over/under are close to split — the under holds a 53% edge — yet the total has dropped from an opener of 51 to 45.