1993 NCAA Division II football season
|1993 NCAA Division II football season|
|Regular season||August – November 1993|
|Postseason||November 20 – December 11, 1993|
|National Championship||Braly Municipal Stadium
|Harlon Hill Trophy||Roger Graham, New Haven|
|Division II football season
The 1993 NCAA Division II football season, part of college football in the United States organized by the National Collegiate Athletic Association at the Division II level, began in August 1993, and concluded with the NCAA Division II Football Championship on December 11, 1993 at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Alabama, hosted by the University of North Alabama. The North Alabama Lions defeated the Indiana (PA) Crimson Hawks, 41–34, to win their first Division II national title.
- After Texas A&I University joined the Texas A&M University System in 1989 and changed its name to Texas A&M University–Kingsville in 1993, the Texas A&I Javelinas became the Texas A&M–Kingsville Javelinas at the start of the 1993 season.
- After West Texas State University joined the Texas A&M University System in 1989 and changed its name to West Texas A&M University in 1993, the West Texas State Buffaloes became the West Texas A&M Buffaloes at the start of the 1993 season.
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association – Hampton
|1993 NCAA Division II National
Football Championship playoffs
|Finals Site||Braly Municipal Stadium
|Champions||North Alabama (1st title)|
|Runner-Up||Indiana (PA) (2nd championship game)|
The 1993 NCAA Division II Football Championship playoffs were the 21st single-elimination tournament to determine the national champion of men's NCAA Division II college football. The championship game was held at Braly Municipal Stadium in Florence, Alabama for the eighth time.
Braly Municipal Stadium
|Albany State (GA)||7|
|Fort Hays State||34|
|Missouri Southern State||13|
- "1993 NCAA Division II National Football Championship Bracket" (PDF). NCAA. NCAA.org. p. 14. Retrieved January 5, 2014.
- "About Texas A&M University-Kingsville". Texas A&M-Kingsville. tamuk.edu. Retrieved January 6, 2014.
- "A Brief History of West Texas A&M University". West Texas A&M. wtamu.edu. Retrieved January 23, 2014.