AFCA Division II Poll: UWF Wins, Remains No. 1 in Nation

UWF Argos

The West Florida Argonauts defeated Texas A&M-Commerce last Saturday to remain in the top spot in the American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, released on Sept. 20.

Matthew Postins of the College Football America Yearbook was at the game and watched the Argos (3-0) defeat the Lions (1-2), 35-17.

West Florida received all 30 first-place votes in the poll.

AFCA voters had Northwest Missouri State at No. 2, followed by Ferris State at No. 3, Valdosta State at No. 4 and Colorado Mines at No. 5. Northwest Missouri and Ferris State flipped spots, in spite of both teams winning games last week.

The rest of the Top 10 included No. 6 Slippery Rock, No. 7 Notre Dame (OH), No. 8 Ouachita Baptist, No. 9 Grand Valley State and No. 10 Shepherd.

After the Top 10, AFCA had Minnesota Duluth at No. 11, Tiffin at No. 12, Wingate at No. 13, West Georgia at No. 14, Midwestern State at No. 15, Nebraska-Kearney at No. 16, Lenoir-Rhyne at No. 17, Henderson State at No. 18, Indianapolis at No. 19, Minnesota State at No. 20, West Alabama at No. 21, Augustana (SD) at No. 22, Bowie State at No. 23, Indiana (PA) at No. 24 and Delta State at No. 25.

Angelo St. and Texas A&M-Commerce dropped out of the Top 25.

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