Or the FCS as it is now known is a really interesting model. I went to a school that plays football there but have never really paid much attention to how teams get to the top (because we were never close). The majority of the schools on that level aren't going to be able to generate much top level home grown talent so they have to rely on transfers because they don't lose a year of eligibility by going to one of these schools. Towson's coach is from Connecticut and has strong ties there so we just got two transfers from UCONN and a linebacker from Boston College. I guess all it takes is a few successful guys and it's fairly easy to get to the top.
when I was around 22 at a party and ended up trying to fight a billy goat, swearing I was re-enacting a the camel punch scene from Conan