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Losses by 5 Top 25 Teams Cause Shakeup in Division II Poll

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Losses by five ranked teams in last week’s Top 25, including an upset loss by then-No. 2 Colorado State-Pueblo, caused a big shakeup in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll. Northwest Missouri State still holds the top spot with all 31 first-place votes, but Minnesota State-Mankato, Minnesota-Duluth, North Alabama and Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) all moved up one spot apiece to round out the Top 5.
Colorado State-Pueblo had the biggest drop in the poll, falling 12 spots to No. 14 af...

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Concord Makes First Appearance in Division II Poll

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After starting the 2014 season at 5-0, Concord (W.Va.) makes its first-ever appearance in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll, coming in at No. 23 this week after beating Fairmont State (W.Va.), 45-21. The Mountain Lions become the 119th different team to be ranked in the poll since it began in 2000. Humboldt State (Calif.) is the second newcomer in this week’s poll, coming in at No. 24. The Jacks are also 5-0 after a 53-0 blanking of South Dakota School of Mines. The Top 5 team...

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Pittsburg State Stuns Northwest Missouri State

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There is a new No. 1 team in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll thanks to an upset loss by Northwest Missouri State. Pittsburg State (Kan.) handed the Bearcats a 35-17 loss during homecoming, ending Northwest Missouri State’s 22-game winning streak. With the win, the Gorillas jump to No. 9 in this week’s poll, while Northwest Missouri State falls to No. 10. Minnesota State-Mankato takes over the No. 1 spot with 24 first-place votes. The Mavericks are followed by conference rival ...

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Minnesota State-Mankato Still No. 1 in Division II Poll

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The top three teams in the AFCA Division II Coaches’ Top 25 Poll stayed the same this week, but an upset loss by then-No. 4 Henderson State (Ark.), and four other Top 25 losses caused a shakeup in the poll. No. 1 Minnesota State-Mankato, No. 2 Minnesota-Duluth and No. 3 North Alabama remain the same, but Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) and Ferris State (Mich.) both jump up one spot to round out the top five. No. 17 Harding’s (Ark.) upset of then-No. 4 Henderson State caused the Reddies to fall 10...

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