They really need to go back to only counting wins over FCS teams once every four years for bowl-eligibility purposes, or at least only twice in any four-year span. 12 games would be enough to connect the football field at least to the degree that basketball and baseball are connected, considering the number of teams in the Bowl Championship Subdivision compared to the number of teams in the other D-1 sports.
You can peruse the connectivity for all teams, but it's not that much better than last year.
The "hall of shame" for 2008 includes five teams who have two FCS opponents:
Now, we can cut Western Kentucky some slack, since it wasn't that long ago they were an FCS team themselves. But Texas Tech shows up on this list way too often and there's almost no excuse for three ACC teams to be on it.
Now, this table does look a lot better than last years. Instead of the most non-conference games being against the Sun Belt (and no slight to them) SEC teams have the most games against ACC teams. Alas, the ACC is up to 14 games against FCS teams.
And it's nice to see that the Big TEleveN "only" plays 13 games against the MAC.