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David Boyce | NCAA.com | October 15, 2015

Division II Power Rankings: Week 6

The top 5 stays unchanged in this week's power rankings, but North Alabama took a tumble.

Power  Ranking Team Record What They Are Saying Previous Rank
1 MSU-Mankato 6-0 A record-breaking crowd of 7,187 saw the Mavericks give Augustana its second loss 1
2 West Georgia 6-0 Junior Lamarcus Franks rushed for 172 yards in 17 carries in win over Valdosta State 2
3 Ferris State 5-0 The Bulldogs have 20 consecutive regular-season 3
4 Sioux Falls 6-0 Overcame a 17-3 deficit to Winona State to win 51-30 4
5 Northwest Missouri 6-0 Outscored last two opponents 128-7 5
6 CSU-Pueblo 5-1 Avenged last season’s only loss with a 45-6 Homecoming victory against Fort Lewis 7
7 Colorado School of Mines 6-0 Junior quarterback Justin Dvorak threw for 484 yards and 4 touchdowns in 51-24 win 8
8 Ashland 6-0 Holds a two-game lead in GLIAC South Division over Ohio Dominican and Tiffin 9
9 Michigan Tech 5-0 Had the ball for 43 minutes in 30-14 Homecoming win against Northwood 10
10 Shepherd 5-0 Came off bye week with 48-31 road win 11
11 Emporia State 6-0 Scored with 2 minutes left for a 46-42 win against top 25 Pittsburg State 12
12 Delta State 5-1 Bounced back from first loss with a with a 38-17 victory agaisnt Shorter University 15
13 Texas A&M-Commerce 5-1 Won 4 straight since home loss to Delta State 16
14 Midwestern State 6-0 Freshman running back Vincent Johnson rushed for 190 yards in 24-17 home win NR
15 North Alabama 4-1 Will try to bounce back from tough 24-22 loss at Western Oregon 6
16 Humboldt 6-0 Sophomore running back Ja’Quan Gardner broke a single-game record with 305 yards in 34-16 win NR

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