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David Boyce | NCAA.com | December 9, 2015

Division II Football Power Rankings: Week 14

Take a look at the Week 14 Power Rankings for Division II.

Ranking Team Record What They Are Saying Last Week    
1 Northwest Missouri 13-0 Reached semifinals for the 2nd time in 3 years 1    
2 Grand Valley State 12-2 Won its third straight road playoff game, beating defending champs 5    
3 Shepherd 12-0 Held Slippery Rock to 67 yards in 33 carries in a 28-16 victory 3    
4 West Georgia 12-1 Second straight appearance in semifinals 4    
5 CSU-Pueblo 12-2 Bid to repeat as national champions ended in quarterfinals 2    
6 Ferris State 11-1 Despite losing in 2nd round had a great season 9    
7 Slippery Rock 12-2 18 seniors helped put together a historic run to quarterfinals. “1-2-3 Brotherhood” their motto 7    
8 Emporia State 11-3 417 yards of total offense against No. 1 ranked scoring defense in loss to Northwest 6    
9 Tuskegee 10-3 Reached the quarterfinals; best finish in school history 8    
10 Midwestern State 10-2 Four players make D2CCA All-Super Region Four First Team 10    
11 MSU-Mankato 10-2 Seniors Josh Gordon and Herschel Prater make D2CCA Super Region Three 1st team 11    
12 North Alabama 9-3 Senior quarterback Luke Wingo a finalist for 2015 Harlon Hill Trophy 12    
13 Valdosta State 9-3 Six players earn D2CCA Super Region Two honors 13    
14 Henderson State 11-2 Sophomore placekicker Houston Ray a finalistfor Fred Mitchell award for top college PK 14    
15 Humboldt State 10-2 Sophomore running back Ja’Quan Gardner a 2015 Harlon Hill finalist 15    
16 Assumption 11-2 Sophomore placekicker Cole Tracy a finalist for Fred Mitchell Award 16    

 

 

 

 

                   

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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