PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The top 25 teams in The Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 5 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. James Madison (104) 5-1 2,793 1
2. Appalachian State (4) 3-2 2,558 2
3. McNeese State (1) 3-1 2,461 4
4. New Hampshire (2) 4-0 2,218 5
5. Richmond 4-2 2,160 6
6. Elon 5-1 1,971 7
7. Cal Poly 3-1 1,943 8
8. Wofford 3-1 1,785 9
9. Villanova 4-1 1,752 14
10. Northern Iowa 3-2 1,671 10
11. North Dakota State 3-2 1,599 17
12. Montana 4-1 1,553 3
13. Massachusetts 3-2 1,405 18
14. Central Arkansas 4-1 1,038 19
15. Liberty 5-0 975 20
16. Southern Illinois 2-2 881 13
17. Western Illinois 3-2 751 21
18. Northern Arizona 4-1 688 24
19. Jacksonville State 4-1 668 22
20. Furman 4-2 615 15
21. The Citadel 3-2 531 12
22. Weber State 4-2 501 -
23. Eastern Washington 2-3 458 11
24. Delaware 2-3 406 16
25. South Dakota State 3-3 286 23
Mary 3, Brown 2, Delaware State 1, Illinois State 1, Northwestern State 1, Portland State 1, Texas State 1.

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