Top 5 Remains Steady in AFCA Division II Poll

The West Florida Argonauts remained No. 1 in the  American Football Coaches Association Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, as did the Top 5 teams in the new poll released on Sept. 27.

The Argos (3-0) received all 30 first-place votes in the poll, even though its planned game with Fort Lauderdale was canceled.

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. All four were in the same position last week.

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

After the Top 10, AFCA had Midwestern State at No. 11, Nebraska-Kearney at No. 12, Henderson State at No. 13, Augustana (SD) at No. 14, West Alabama at No. 15, Lenoir-Rhyne at No. 16, Minnesota State at No. 17, Truman State at No. 18, Ouachita Bapist at No. 19, Bowie State at No. 20, Shepherd at No. 21, Minnesota-Duluth at No. 22, Harding at No. 23, Bentley at No. 24 and (tie) California (PA) and Indiana (PA) at No. 25.

Tiffin, Indianapolis and Delta State dropped out of the Top 25.

Others Receiving Votes included Tiffin, 74; Western Colorado, 64; Kutztown, 55; Southeastern Oklahoma, 52; Frostburg St., 39; Colorado Mesa, 30; Angelo St., 22; Shippensburg, 22; Washburn, 14; Pittsburg St., 9; Texas A&M-Commerce, 5; Indianapolis, 3; Colorado St.-Pueblo, 2; Delta St., 2; Chowan, 1; Ohio Dominican, 1.

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