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TSN FCS Poll

By The Associated Press | Posted - Sep. 22, 2014 at 11:20 a.m.



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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The top 25 teams in the Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 20, points and previous ranking:

RecordPtsPvs
1. North Dakota State (150)4-039661
2. Eastern Washington (9)3-138192
3. Coastal Carolina4-034055
4. New Hampshire2-132927
5. McNeese State1-132076
6. Villanova2-131808
7. Montana2-230084
8. Jacksonville State2-128259
9. South Dakota State3-1271010
10. Northern Iowa1-2235011
11. Southeastern Louisiana2-223233
12. William & Mary3-1200813
13. Montana State2-2173914
14. Chattanooga1-2161915
15. Bethune-Cookman2-1153912
16. Fordham3-1150018
17. Southern Illinois3-1150016
18. Youngstown State3-1138319
19. Eastern Kentucky4-0118623
20. Richmond2-2112417
21. Tennessee State3-190620
22. Liberty3-173924
23. Illinois State2-0291
24. Albany (N.Y.)3-0269
25. Delaware2-1181

Others receiving votes: Sam Houston State 161, Northern Arizona 145, Towson 137, Furman 136, Samford 118, Missouri State 116, Southeast Missouri State 73, James Madison 65, Indiana State 61, Charleston Southern 60, Harvard 55, Bryant 55, Alabama State 46, North Carolina A&T 42, Alcorn State 36, Eastern Illinois 35, South Carolina State 33, South Dakota 27, Maine 25, Presbyterian 23, Wofford 19, Northwestern State 18, Bucknell 18, Sacramento State 17, Gardner-Webb 17, San Diego 14, Abilene Christian 13, Texas Southern 10, Tennessee Tech 8, Princeton 6, Western Illinois 4, Stephen F. Austin 3, Cal Poly 2, Sacred Heart 2, Central Arkansas 2, Western Carolina 1, Lamar 1.

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