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    Default AFCA Division II Top 25 (11/5)

    Link: https://www.afca.com/d2-poll-ouachit...ference-title/

    Ouachita Baptist Claims Great American Conference Title
    No. 4 Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) had little trouble with then-No. 20 Southern Arkansas, beating the Muleriders 35-10 and claiming their second straight Great American Conference title. The Tigers can record their second-ever perfect regular season if they beat arch-rival Henderson State (Ark.) this coming Saturday.

    The Top 10 of the AFCA Division II Coaches' Top 25 Poll has a new look this week after then-No. 6 Colorado School of Mines was upset by Dixie State (Utah), 52-45. Minnesota State still sits at No. 1, followed by Ferris State (Mich.), West Georgia, Ouachita Baptist and new No. 5 Valdosta State (Ga.). Minnesota-Duluth dropped a spot to No. 6 despite a 55-0 win over Mary (N.D.). The Bulldogs are followed by Tarleton State (Texas), Grand Valley State (Mich.), West Chester (Pa.) and Colorado State-Pueblo, who round out the Top 10.

    There are two Top 25 matchups this coming week, with the first being a Top 5 battle as No. 3 West Georgia travels to No. 5 Valdosta State to see who claims the Gulf South Conference title. Both teams have identical 7-0 conference records going into the final regular season game. The second matchup is a big non-conference game as No. 12 Indianapolis (Ind.) hosts No. 20 Hillsdale (Mich.).

    AFCA Division II Coaches Top 25 (11/5)
    1. Minnesota State-Mankato (29) (10-0)
    2. Ferris State (4) (10-0)
    3. West Georgia (10-0)
    4. Ouachita Baptist (10-0)
    5. Valdosta State (9-0)
    6. Minnesota-Duluth (10-0)
    7. Tarleton State (9-0)
    8. Grand Valley State (9-1)
    9. West Chester (9-0)
    10. Colorado State-Pueblo (9-1)
    11. Notre Dame (10-0)
    12. Indianapolis (8-1)
    13. LIU-Post (9-0)
    14. Texas A&M-Commerce (8-2)
    15. Colorado School of Mines (9-1)
    16. Midwestern State (7-2)
    17. Lenoir-Rhyne (9-1)
    18. Central Washington (8-2)
    19. Northwest Missouri State (8-2)
    20. Hillsdale (9-1)
    21. Kutztown (8-1)
    22. Fort Hays State (8-2)
    23. Indiana (PA) (8-2)
    24. Tiffin (9-1)
    25. Harding (8-2)

    Dropped Out
    Southern Arkansas (#20)

    Others Receiving Votes
    Slippery Rock, New Haven, Southern Arkansas, Ohio Dominican, Bowie State, Central Oklahoma, Azusa Pacific, Chadron State, Missouri S&T, Fairmont State, Pittsburg State, Virginia Union

  2. Default Re: AFCA Division II Top 25 (11/5)

    The Colorado Mines game was a shocker for the RMAC this past weekend. It will be interesting to see the Region Four rankings this week and how this will help CSU Pueblo.

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