PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The top 25 teams in The Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 21 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. Richmond (49) 3-1 2,389 2
2. James Madison (37) 3-1 2,387 5
3. Appalachian State 1-2 2,122 1
4. Montana (12) 3-0 2,095 4
5. Northern Iowa (2) 2-1 1,979 8
6. McNeese State 1-1 1,760 7
7. New Hampshire (1) 3-0 1,528 10
8. Elon 3-1 1,306 17
9. Cal Poly 2-1 1,272 13
10. North Dakota State 2-2 1,257 3
11. Eastern Washington 1-2 1,197 14
12. Central Arkansas 4-0 1,184 18
13. The Citadel 2-1 1,155 21
14. Wofford 2-1 1,137 11
15. Southern Illinois 1-1 1,115 15
16. Furman 3-1 970 24
17. Delaware 1-2 880 6
18. Massachusetts 2-2 870 9
19. Villanova 2-1 863 19
20. South Dakota State 2-2 773 12
2-2 754 22
22. Western Illinois 2-2 743 20
23. Tennessee State (1) 4-0 576 25
24. Georgia Southern 2-2 544 16
25. Liberty 3-0 431 23
M 43, Holy Cross 38, Penn 30, Weber State 28, Sam Houston State 22, Eastern Kentucky 14, Southeastern Louisiana 13, Lafayette 10, Sacred Heart 9, Delaware State 8, South Carolina State 8, Norfolk State 5, Princeton 4, Tennessee-Martin 4, Montana State 1, North Dakota 1.

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