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 PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The top 25 teams in The Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision peseason poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 18 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Appalachian State (97) 13-2 2,546 1
2. North Dakota State (1) 10-1 2,275 9
3. Northern Iowa 12-1 2,204 4
4. Richmond 11-3 2,162 5
5. Massachusetts 10-3 2,148 7
6. James Madison (3) 8-4 2,078 12
7. Eastern Washington 9-4 1,951 8
8. Montana 11-1 1,848 10
9. Delaware 11-4 1,747 2
10. McNeese State 11-1 1,687 11
11. Southern Illinois 12-2 1,286 3
12. Youngstown State 7-4 1,228 16
13. Wofford 9-4 1,158 6
14. Cal Poly 7-4 1,081 24
15. Elon 7-4 1,028 23
16. New Hampshire 7-5 760 14
17. Georgia Southern 7-4 656 17
18. Eastern Illinois 8-4 622 18
19. South Dakota State 7-4 547 19
20. Eastern Kentucky 9-3 487 13
21. Villanova 7-4 396 NR
22. Central Arkansas 6-5 374 NR
23. The Citadel 7-4 317 NR
24. Harvard 8-2 316 21
25. Western Illinois 6-5 299 NR
M 10, Texas Southern 9, Brown 9, Nicholls State 9, Dayton 6, Tennessee State 5, San Diego 4, Albany 4, Maine 1, Prairie View 1.

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