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David Boyce | NCAA.com | October 1, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings

  Delta State cracks the top 5 in the Division II Football Power Rankings.

MInnesota State-Mankato stays at No. 1 in the Division II Power Rankings for the second week in a row. While Delta State jumps into the top 5 after putting on an offensive show for the second week in a row.

Power  Ranking Team Record What They Are Saying Previous Rank
1 MSU-Mankato 3-0 Held University of Mary to 215 yards of total offense    1
2 West Georgia 3-0 Wolves rushed for 303 yards while holding Fayetteville State to 35 yards rushing 2
3 Ferris State 2-0 Had 633 yards of total offense in win at No. 14 Grand Valley State 3
4 Delta State 3-0 Scored 51 points for the second week in a row 6
5 Sioux Falls 3-0 Beat No. 7 Minnesota Duluth 35-31 7
6 Northwest Missouri 3-0 Overcame 17-point third quarter deficit to win 34-30 at Central Missouri 10
7 Angelo State 3-0 Junior Trey Green had a school record 96-yard touchdown run in 56-0 victory over Bacone 13
8 Valdosta State 2-0 Bye week; plays at home against Cumberland 9
9 North Alabama   2-0 Bye week; plays at home against Florida Tech 11
10 CSU-Pueblo 2-1 Rebounded from loss with 20-10 win against Western State 12
11 Colorado School of Mines 3-0 Held Chadron State to 107 yards passing 14
12 Ashland   3-0 Beat No. 17 Ohio Dominican 27-24 NR
13 Harding 3-0 Rushed for a school-record 566 yards in 70-42 win over Southern Arkansas NR
14 Slippery Rock   3-0 Won its last game 75-0; outscored opponents 148-22 in first three games NR
15 Pittsburg State 2-1 Will look to rebound from 28-21 home loss to Washburn; plays at 3-0 Fort Hays State 5
16 Michigan Tech 3-0

Huskies won at Saginaw Valley State for the first time since 1995, winning 35-21

NR

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