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Grambling State University benefited from the N.C. A&T-N.C. Central matchup to move into first place in this week’s HSRN FCS Football Poll.  N.C. Central’s 42-21 victory over in-state rival N.C. A&T helped both GSU and NCCU leapfrog the Aggies in week 12.  A&T fell to third place with the remaining spots staying the same except for a flip-flop between Hampton and Alcorn State.
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The Pirates lost the Battle of the Bay 17-10 to Norfolk State, while ASU’s Braves took care of Jackson State, 35-16, in what was once called the “Soul Bowl” in Lorman, MS.
 
Southern and Tennessee State stayed firm to complete the top five in the FCS Poll.  Bethune-Cookman’s Florida Classic win over Florida A&M helped the Wildcats return to the poll at number ten.
 
The Division II/NAIA Poll is frozen until the end of the playoffs.  Winston-Salem State and Tuskegee both earned post season bids and the TU Golden Tigers are still alive in the chase for a national championship.
 
Langston finished its season at 7-2 but missed out on NAIA postseason play.
 
 
Division I FCS
     
 
School (First Place Votes)
Record
Pts
Last Week
1
Grambling State (5)
8-1
77
2
2
North Carolina Central (3)
9-2
73
3
3
North Carolina A&T
9-2
62
1
4
Southern U.
8-2
58
4
5
Tennessee State
7-4
48
5
6
Prairie View A&M
7-4
42
6
7
Alcorn State
5-5
31
8
8
Hampton
5-5
17
7
9
South Carolina State
4-6
15
10
10
Bethune-Cookman
4-5
10
NR
 
Others receiving votes
     
 
Texas Southern
     
0
0
0
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