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Hartly, DE – Following a full schedule of games spanning September 1-4, the 2015 Conaway Cup winners have retained the top spots in the first week of the Division I FCS and Division II/NAIA HSRN Football Polls.hsrn2014 voice
In the Division I FCS poll, the Aggies of North Carolina A&T begin the season ranked #1 following a season opening 62-0 shutout of former CIAA rival Saint Augustine’s University.  The 2015 Celebration Bowl Champions took the top spot over MEAC rival Bethune-Cookman, whose MEAC-SWAC Challenge appearance was cancelled due to weather conditions. 2015 SWAC runner-up Grambling State, 2015 SWAC Champion Alcorn State and Prairie View A&M round out the FCS top five.
In Division II, Tuskegee served notice that they have reloaded for the season heading a group that included a few surprise entrants.  The Golden Tigers began their season with a regionally televised road victory over Clark Atlanta, 36-13. Bowie State, Miles and Virginia State were only separated by five points with Virginia Union completing the top five.
 
Division I FCS
   
 
School (First Place Votes)
Record
Pts
1
North Carolina A&T (9)
1-0
98
2
Bethune-Cookman
0-0
73
3
Grambling State (1)
0-0
72
4
Alcorn State
0-0
69
5
Prairie View A&M
1-0
66
6
Tennessee State
1-0
52
7
Southern
0-1
28
8
Alabama State
0-1
24
9
North Carolina Central
0-1
20
10
South Carolina State
0-1
18
 
Others receiving votes
   
 
Norfolk St. (14) Morgan St. (8), Texas Southern (5)
 
Hampton (2), Howard (2)
   
 
 
Division II/NAIA
 
School (First Place Votes)
Record
Pts
1
Tuskegee (7)
1-0
93
2
Bowie State
0-1
67
3
Miles
1-0
64
4
Virginia State (1)
1-0
62
5
Virginia Union (1)
0-1
44
6
Lane
1-0
36
7
Albany State
0-1
35
8
Chowan
1-0
34
9
Winston-Salem State (1)
0-1
33
10
Morehouse
1-0
15
 
Others receiving votes
   
 
Benedict (13), Fayetteville St. (10), Cheyney (8), Ft. Valley St. (7)
 
Johnson C. Smith (6), Elizabeth City St. (5), Central St. (3)
 
Edward Waters (2), Langston (2)
 
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