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Hartly, DE –North Carolina A&T and Grambling State remained on top and Tuskegee survived a homecoming upset to stay in first place in this week’s HSRN Football Polls.hsrn2014 voice

N. C. A&T  and Grambling have been ranked #1 and #2 for most of the season in the HSRN FCS Poll. Tuskegee University fell from the undefeated with a heartbreaking 10-9 loss to Kentucky State but still held on to the top position in the Division II/NAIA Poll.

The top eight positions in the Division I FCS poll remained the same from last week with Jackson State and Hampton rounding out the top 10.

In Division II/NAIA, despite a weekend of upsets, Tuskegee’s Golden Tigers held on to the top spot by just one point over Winston-Salem State.  Upset losses by Bowie State and Chowan caused positions to shuffle in the poll.

Virginia State and Virginia Union moved up while Bowie State fell to #5.  Chowan joined four SIAC teams led by Albany State to round out the top 10.

Division I FCS       
  School (First Place Votes) Record Pts Last Week
1 North Carolina A&T (8) 6-1 98 1
2 Grambling State (1) 5-1 88 2
3 North Carolina Central 6-2 75 4
4 Tennessee State (1) 5-2 73 3
5 Southern U. 4-2 64 5
6 Prairie View A&M 4-3 43 6
7 South Carolina State 3-3 39 7
8 Alcorn State 3-3 31 8
9 Jackson State 3-4 15 NR
10 Hampton 3-4 7 9
  Others receiving votes      
  Texas Southern, Bethune-Cookman, Florida A&M     
  Arkansas-Pine Bluff      

 

Division II/NAIA       
  School (First Place Votes) Record Pts Last Week
1 Tuskegee (2) 6-1 78 1
2 Winston-Salem State (6) 6-2 77 3
3 Virginia State 6-2 70 5
4 Virginia Union 5-3 61 6
5 Bowie State 5-3 48 2
6 Albany State 4-3 43 7
7 Chowan 5-3 27 4
8 Kentucky State 4-4 23 10
9 Miles College 4-3 19 9
10 Clark Atlanta 5-3 18 8
  Others receiving votes      
  Langston (1), Benedict, Elizabeth City State   
  Morehouse      
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