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David Boyce | NCAA.com | November 11, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings: Week 10

Rank Team Record What They Are Saying Last Week  
1. Ferris State 9-0 Led by Harlan Hill winner Jason Vander Laan the Bulldogs are averaging 46.1 points per game 2  
2. Northwest Missouri 10-0 Clinched MIAA title with 44-10 win 3  
3. CSU-Pueblo 9-1 Won its fifth straight RMAC title with a 51-20 win over No. 16 Colorado Mesa 4  
4. Ashland 10-0 Concluded its regular season with a 40-14 win; second undefeated regular season in last 4 years 5  
5. Shepherd 9-0 Senior Ryan Earls became Shepherd’s all-time leading kick scorer with 282 points in 41-14 win 6  
6. MSU-Mankato 9-1 Impressive 44-3 win at No. 8 Sioux Falls 7  
7. West Georgia 9-1 Couldn’t overcome 28-6 halftime deficit and lost 28-26 to Florida Tech 1  
8. Texas A&M-Commerce 8-2 Home game against Midwestern State for Lone Star championship 9  
9. Midwestern State 9-1 Seeking revenge after losing 27-14 at Commerce on Oct. 24 10  
10. Slippery Rock 9-1 Has scored 157 points in last three games 11  
11. Henderson St 9-1 Clinched 3rd GAC title in last four years 12  
12. Humboldt St 8-1 Has outscored its last two opponents 114-14 15  
13. Central Missouri 8-2 Won 7 straight since 1-2 start NR  
14. Indianapolis 9-1 8 straight wins help Greyhounds clinch 4th straight GLVC title NR  
15. Grand Valley St 8-2 Picked up an important 49-42 road win at Tiffin NR  
16. North Alabama 7-2 Faces West Alabama in a must-win game NR  
           

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