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Hartly, DE –North Carolina A&T captured all but two first place votes to remain in the top spot in the HSRN FCS Football Poll. Tuskegee University remained undefeated and was a nearly unanimous leader in the DivisionII/NAIA Poll.hsrn logo10

In the Division I FCS poll, Grambling State held on to second place with Tennessee State close behind in third.  Southern and North Carolina Central jumped over Prairie View A&M to round out the top five.  Morgan State enters the top ten for the first time this season.

In Division II/NAIA, Tuskegee’s Golden Tigers captured 12 of 13 first place votes of the HSRN pollsters ahead of a strong representation from the CIAA, who took the next five places in the poll.

Bowie State moved back into second place ahead of Virginia Union, Virginia State, Winston-Salem State and Chowan. SIAC representatives  Albany State, Miles, Benedict and new entry Clark Atlanta, round out the top ten.

Week 5 – Rankings      
       
Division I FCS      
  School (First Place Votes) Record Pts Last Week
1 North Carolina A&T (11) 3-1 128 1
2 Grambling State (1) 3-1 115 2
3 Tennessee State (1) 4-0 105 3
4 Southern U. 2-2 85 5
5 North Carolina Central 3-2 71 6
6 Prairie View A&M 3-2 58 4
7 South Carolina State 1-3 43 7
8 Texas Southern 3-2 32 10
9 Alcorn State 1-3 20 9
10 Morgan State 2-2 19 NR
  Others receiving votes      
  Jackson State, Hampton, Arkansas-Pine Bluff, Bethune-Cookman

 

Division II/NAIA      
  School (First Place Votes) Record Pts Last Week
1 Tuskegee (12) 5-0 129 1
2 Bowie State (1) 3-2 108 3
3 Virginia Union 3-2 99 2
4 Virginia State 4-1 89 6
5 Winston-Salem State 3-2 80 5
6 Chowan 4-1 59 7
7 Albany State 2-3 40 9
8 Miles College 2-2 34 4
9 Benedict 3-2 19 10
10 Clark Atlanta 3-2 13 NR
  Others receiving votes      
  Lane, Elizabeth City State, Central State, Morehouse
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