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David Boyce | NCAA.com | September 20, 2016

Division II Football Power Rankings: Week Two

  Northwest Missouri tops this week's power ranking.

Northwest Missouri keeps a hold on the top spot in the DII Power Rankings. Henderson State jumped into the Top 10.

Rankings | DII Statistics | DII Scoreboard

Rank Team Record Comments Last Week
1 Northwest Missouri 2-0 Outscored first two opponents 82-21   1
2 West Georgia 2-0 Wolves have allowed only three points 2
3 Shepherd 2-0 Sr. QB Jeff Ziemba threw three touchdowns and ran for another  3
4 Texas A&M- Commerce 2-0 Lions have scored 102 points in two games  4
5 Grand Valley State 2-0 14,688 fans showed up to see Lakers win 55-7  5
6 Colorado Mines 2-0 Scored over 50 points in both its games  6
7 Henderson State 2-0 Won its nation-leading 23 straight road game 11
8 Central Missouri 2-0 Had 514 total yards of offense in 34-17 win  10
9 Ashland 2-0 Had two running backs with 100 yards in 11-point win 8
10 Ferris State 2-0 36-yard FG by Wyatt Ford, seven seconds left led to 2-point road win 9
11 Sioux Falls 2-0 Rushed for 444 yards in 21-point victory 13
12 Midwestern State 1-0 After bye week, faces road test at Texas A&M-Kingsville 14
13 Tuskegee 2-0 Held last year’s SIAC Offensive Player of the Year to 15 yards 15
14 Azusa Pacific 2-0 Wins against West Texas A&M and Humboldt State NR
15 Indiana (Pa.) 1-0 After scoring 73 points, the Crimson Hawks had a bye week NR
16 Slippery Rock 2-0 Shamar Greene became program’s all-time leading rusher NR

 

 

 

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