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David Boyce | NCAA.com | September 16, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings

  Minnesota State-Mankato sits on top of the AFCA Coaches poll and the DII Power Rankings

MInnesota State-Mankato is the new No. 1 in the Division II Power Rankings. sits on top of the Week 1 Division II Power Rankings. The Mavericks defeated Northern State in Week 2 and improves to 2-0 on the season and has now won 35 consecutive NSIC contests.

Power  Ranking Team Record What They Are Saying Previous Rank
1 MSU-Mankato 2-0 A 17-point road victory against Northern State 2
2 West Georgia 2-0 Outscored first two opponents 77-20 3
3 Ferris State  2-0 Won season-opener 40-3    4
4 Northwest Missouri  2-0 Allowed only 7 points in first two games    5
5 Pittsburg State 2-0 Scored 94 points in first two games  7
6 Delta State 2-0 Nice 51-44 road win at Texas A&M-Commerce  10
7 Sioux Falls 2-0  Faces stern test this week against Minn.Duluth  13
8 Angelo State 2-0 Already hit century mark (100) in points scored 9
9 Valdosta State  2-0 Defense gave up only three points last week  11
10 North Alabama  2-0 Won first two games by identical 34-17 score 12
11 Minnesota Duluth 1-1 Faces second top 10 opponent in three weeks 14
12 CSU-Pueblo 1-1 Defending champs lost 31- 30 heartbreaker at West Texas A&M 1
13 Grand Valley State 2-0 Won at top 10 Ohio Dominican NR
14 Colorado School of Mines 0-1  Scored 105 points in first two games 15
15 Ouachita Baptist 2-0 309 yards rushing in last week’s win NR
16 Ohio Dominican 1-1  Looking to bounce back at Ashland 6

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