There are 130 active FBS programs. One-hundred and twenty-nine have had at least one player selected in the NFL Draft.
Who is the lone team without a draftee since the first draft in 1936? Don't cheat. I'll give you a minute to make some guesses.
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It's not the newest FBS member (Liberty) or the second-newest (Coastal Carolina) nor is it the smallest (Tulsa) or the one with the worst winning percentage (Georgia State).
Answer: Old Dominion
Old Dominion played football from 1930-1941 before disbanding the program due to a variety of issues, including financial woes. The Monarchs returned in 2009 as an independent FCS team and joined the FBS in 2014.
Numerous ODU alums have played in the NFL but none have been drafted. And barring a surprising late-round selection of running back Ray Lawry, they will remain the only FBS program without a draft pick until at least 2019.
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