PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The top 25 teams in The Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 14 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Appalachian State (96) 1-1 2,668 1
2. Richmond (1) 2-1 2,452 4
3. North Dakota State (5) 2-1 2,417 2
4. Montana (7) 2-0 2,355 5
5. James Madison (2) 2-1 2,294 7
6. Delaware (1) 1-1 2,027 6
7. McNeese State 1-1 1,920 8
8. Northern Iowa 1-1 1,905 9
9. Massachusetts 2-1 1,677 3
10. New Hampshire (1) 2-0 1,535 10
11. Wofford 2-0 1,458 12
12. South Dakota State 2-1 1,448 13
13. Cal Poly 1-1 1,337 14
14. Eastern Washington 0-2 1,271 16
15. Southern Illinois 1-1 1,201 11
16. Georgia Southern 2-1 1,030 17
17. Elon 2-1 962 18
18. Central Arkansas 3-0 945 19
19. Villanova 1-1 740 21
20. Western Illinois 1-2 618 15
1-1 445 22
22. Eastern Illinois 1-2 415 20
23. Liberty 3-0 248 25
24. Furman 2-1 244 -
25. Tennessee State 3-0 194 -
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