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David Boyce | NCAA.com | October 7, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings: Week 5

Minnesota State-Mankato stays at No. 1 in the Division II Power Rankings for the  fourth week in a row and Delta State took a tumble following a 41-37 loss to Florida Tech. 

Power  Ranking Team Record What They Are Saying Previous Rank
1 MSU-Mankato 5-0 Outscored Upper Iowa 31-0 in second half after trailing 10-7 at halftime 1
2 West Georgia 5-0 Handed West Alabama its first loss of the season in Gulf South Conference opener for both teams 2
3 Ferris State 4-0 Three-point win was first at Findlay since 2005 3
4 Sioux Falls 5-0 Quarterback Luke Papilion passed for 311 yards and three touchdowns and ran for two more 5
5 Northwest Missouri 5-0 Held Northeastern State to 15 yards rushing in a 59-7 road victory 8
6 North Alabama 4-0 Impressive 34-12 victory at Valdosta State 9
7 CSU-Pueblo 4-1 Allowed 10 yards rushing in 56-0 win at Adams State 10
8 Colorado School of Mines 5-0 Won Homecoming game 51-6 11
9 Ashland 5-0 Was 7 for 10 on 3rd down conversions in 42-17 win at Malone 12
10 Michigan Tech 4-0 Had bye week; plays Homecoming game this week 15
11 Shepherd 4-0 Coming off bye week; plays at Glenville State 16
12 Emporia State 5-0 Already has topped last year's win total of 4 games NR
13 Ouachita Baptist 4-1 Gave Harding its first loss, winning 26-21 NR
14 Pittsburg State 4-1 Overcame a 27-7 halftime deficit to Missouri Western and won 31-27 14
15 Delta State 4-1 Lost 41-37 at home to Florida Tech 4
16 Texas A&M-Commerce 4-1 Won 62-0; important home game against Anglo State NR

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