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Hartly, DE –North Carolina A&T and Tuskegee were nearly unanimous choices tor first place in this week’s HSRN Football Polls.hsrn logo10

Celebration Bowl Champion N. C. A&T has been ranked #1 since the beginning of the season in the HSRN FCS Poll. Undefeated Tuskegee University has held on to the top position in the Division II/NAIA Poll for six consecutive weeks.

Positions in the Division I FCS poll remained fairly consistent.  Grambling State held on to second place with Tennessee State close behind in third despite suffering their first loss of the season.  North Carolina Central jumped over idle Southern into fourth place with the Jaguars rounding out the top five. 

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

Bowie State remained in second place ahead of Virginia Union, Virginia State and Winston-Salem State.  Lane College returned to the top 10 after falling out a week ago.

Division I FCS

School (First Place Votes)

Record

Pts

Last Week

1

North Carolina A&T (15)

4-1

159

1

2

Grambling State (1)

4-1

142

2

3

Tennessee State

4-1

120

3

4

North Carolina Central

4-2

102

5

5

Southern U.

2-2

93

4

6

Prairie View A&M

4-2

89

6

7

South Carolina State

1-3

56

7

8

Texas Southern

3-2

51

8

9

Alcorn State

2-3

38

9

10

Morgan State

2-2

17

10

Others receiving votes

Hampton, Jackson State

Division II/NAIA

School (First Place Votes)

Record

Pts

Last Week

1

Tuskegee (13)

6-0

139

1

2

Bowie State (1)

4-2

130

2

3

Virginia Union

4-2

113

3

4

Virginia State

5-1

107

4

5

Winston-Salem State

4-2

90

5

6

Miles College

3-2

59

8

7

Chowan

4-2

45

6

8

Albany State

2-2

38

7

9

Clark Atlanta

3-2

30

10

10

Lane

3-2

17

NR

Others receiving votes

Benedict, Morehouse, Kentucky  State, Central State, St. Augustine's

 

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