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The Sports Network FCS Top-25 College Football Poll

Team (First-place votes)RecordPointsPrevious Rank
1. North Dakota State Bison (146) 3-0 4,010 1
2. Eastern Washington Eagles (15) 2-1 3,865 2
3. Southeastern Louisiana Lions 2-1 3,458 3
4. Montana Grizzlies 2-1 3,406 4
5. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 3-0 3,225 5
6. McNeese State Cowboys 1-1 3,117 6
7. New Hampshire Wildcats 1-1 3,075 7
8. Villanova Wildcats 1-1 2,986 8
9. Jacksonville State Gamecocks 1-1 2,751 9
10. South Dakota State Jackrabbits 2-1 2,585 11
11. Northern Iowa Panthers 0-2 2,222 10
12. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats 2-0 1,861 13
13. William & Mary Tribe 2-1 1,712 16
14. Montana State Bobcats 2-1 1,684 17
15. Chattanooga Mocs 1-2 1,624 14
16. Southern Illinois Salukis 3-0 1,590 20
17. Richmond Spiders 2-1 1,581 18
18. Fordham Rams 2-1 1,323 19
19. Youngstown State Penguins 2-1 1,129 21
20. Tennessee State Tigers 2-1 827 22
21. Furman Paladins 2-1 759 12
22. Northern Arizona Lumberjacks 2-1 720 24
23. Eastern Kentucky Colonels 3-0 547 NR
24. Liberty Flames 2-1 377 NR
25. Sam Houston State Bearkats 1-3 241 15
Others receiving votes: Bryant 181, Delaware 172, Illinois State 171, Towson 136, Wofford 97, Maine 93, Albany 89, Samford 81, Princeton 81, James Madison 54, Indiana State 51, Missouri State 46, Presbyterian 43, Eastern Illinois 39, Harvard 38, Charleston Southern 35, Central Arkansas 33, North Carolina A&T 33, Sacred Heart 29, Mercer 20, Lehigh 19, South Carolina State 18, Alcorn State 18, Alabama State 16, Southern Utah 14, Gardner-Webb 8, Western Illinois 8, Abilene Christian 7, Butler 5, Stephen F. Austin 4, Sacramento State 4, Western Carolina 2, Cal Poly 2, South Dakota 2, Texas Southern 1. ... The Sports Network FCS Top 25 Voters - The Sports Network: Aaron Corrill; Craig Haley; Brandon Lawrence; Phil Sokol; Kevin Spiegel. Big Sky Conference: Brian Berger; Brad Bugger; Eric Burdick; Dave Cook; Paul Grua; Dave Guffey; Mick Holien; Jon Kasper; Doug Kelly; Bill Lamberty; Mike Lund; Fritz Neighbor; Ryan Powell; Mike Robles; Steve Schaack; Randy Scovil; Mitch Strohman; Denise Thompson. Big South: Joe Cashion; Mike Cawood; Matt Harmon; Chris Lang; Kevin O'Rourke; Marc Rabb; Mark Simpson; Greg Viscomi; Todd Wetmore; Alan York. CAA Football: Lizzie Barlow; Scott Burns; Pete Clawson; Shane Donaldson; Glenn Frazer; Adam Gutes; Matt Jones; Dean Kenefick; Allen Lessels; John Martin; Tyson McHatten; Mike Murphy; Chris Rash; Andrew Santillo; Scott Selheimer; Kevin Tresolini. Ivy League: Rick Bender; Eric Dolan; Chris Humm; Craig Larson; Dan Loney; Craig Sachson. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference: Thomas Grant; Bill Hamilton; Brian Holloway; Chris Hooks; Dennis Jones; Kendrick Lewis; Matt Michalec; Ty Miller; St. Claire Murraine; Patricia Porter; Dan Ryan; Michael Stambaugh; Jay Walker; Maurice Williams; Brent Woronoff. Missouri Valley Football Conference: Bryan Boettcher, John Bohnenkamp; Jeremy Hoeck; Jason Hove; Todd Hefferman; Ace Hunt; Dom Izzo; Mike Kern; Rick Kindhart; Jeff Kolpack; John Lock; Colin McDonough; Patrick Osterman; Trevor Parks; Ryan Perreault; Randy Reinhardt; Jeff Schwartz; Mike Williams; Terry Vandrovec. Northeast Conference: Barry Beal; John Beisser; Brian Cleary; Spencer Kowitz; Tad Maurey; Ralph Ventre, Jim Waggoner. Ohio Valley Conference: Neal Bradley; John Brush; Michael Clark; Wallace Dooley; Jeff Honza; Brad Kirtley; Alex Mitchell; Rich Moser: Brian Nielsen: Karl Park: Mike Parris: Ryne Rickman; Kyle Schwartz: Greg Seitz. Patriot League: Charles Bare; Joe DiBari; Matt Dougherty; Keith Groller; Kevin Herr; Mike Joseph; Phil LaBella; Steve Lomangino; Eric Malanowski; Matt Markus; John Painter, Ryan Sakamoto. Pioneer Football League: Mark Brumbaugh; Cody Bush; Mike Ferraro; Ted Gosen; Ricky Hazel; Doug Hauschild; Paul Oren; Ty Patton; Matt Schabert; Jason Williams; Ryan Wronkowicz. Southern Conference: Jay Blackman; Jordon Bruner; Brian Gargone; Keith Jarrett; Joey Mullins; Hunter Reid; Todd Shanesy; Adam Smith; Brent Williamson. Southland Conference: Jason Barfield; Louis Bonnette; Matthew Bonnette; Jamie Bustos; Rand Champion; Kemmler Chapple; James Dixon; Alex Hickey; Calhoun Hipp; Doug Ireland; David McCollum; Shane Meling; Teddy Renois; Kyle Rogers; Paul Tierney. Southwestern Athletic Conference: Jasher Cox; Ros Dumlao; Ronnie Johnson; Jennifer Jones; Darrell Orand; Wesley Peterson; Je''Kel Smith. Other Representatives: Rolf Bertulies; Brian Brennan; Josh Buchanan; Kevin Marshall; Jim Seman.
As of September 15, 2014, at 01:22 PM ET

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