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David Boyce | NCAA.com | September 9, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings

  Colorado State-Pueblo won the Division II national title last season.

Colorado State-Pueblo sits on top of the Week 1 Division II Power Rankings. Check back every week to see if anyone can knock off the ThunderWolves.

Power  Ranking Team Record  
1 CSU-Pueblo 1-0 Defending national champions wins first game by 27 points.
2 MSU-Mankato 1-0 Had the most impressive opening-week victory, beating top 10 Minnesota-Duluth
3 West Georgia 1-0
  1. Last season semifinalist starts season with 31-point road victory
4 Ferris State   0-0 Coming off an 11-1 season, the Bulldogs begin the 2015 season Saturday at home against Northwood (MIchigan)
5 Northwest West Missouri 1-0
  1. A road shutout for 2013 National champion
6 Ohio Dominican: 1-0
  1. Averaged 6.2 yards per play and scored 59 points in first game
7 Pittsburg State 1-0
  1. Solid, 24-point road victory in season opener
8 Lenoir-Ryne 1-0
  1. A 13-point road victory over a preseason top 25 West Chester
9 Angelo State 1-0 Had 566 yards of total offense in opener
10 Delta State 1-0 Impressive on offense and defense in 48-7 win
11 Valdosta State 1-0 Held Albany State scoreless the final 9 minutes for an eight-point road victory
12 North Alabama 1-0
  1. Held Miles College to under 100 yards passing in 17-point road victory.
13 Sioux Falls 1-0 Scored 55 points in easy, season-opening win
14 Minnesota Duluth 0-1 A 3-point loss at Minnesota State in season-opener means the Bulldogs will likely rise as season progresses
15 Colorado School of Mines 1-0
  1. High-powered offense scores 63 points in first game
16 Texas A&M-Commerce . 1-0 Starts season with 31-point win at home.

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