PHILADELPHIA (AP) -The top 25 teams in The Sports Network Football Championship Subdivision poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Oct. 26 and previous ranking:
Record Pts Pvs
1. James Madison (98) 7-1 2,594 1
2. Appalachian State (3) 6-2 2,457 2
3. Wofford (2) 6-1 2,324 4
4. Cal Poly (1) 5-1 2,210 6
5. Northern Iowa 6-2 2,033 5
6. Montana 7-1 1,959 8
7. Villanova 5-2 1,823 7
8. Richmond 6-3 1,778 9
9. New Hampshire 6-1 1,687 10
10. Elon 7-2 1,581 3
11. Central Arkansas 7-1 1,514 13
12. Western Illinois 5-2 1,473 12
13. Weber State 7-2 1,461 16
14. Southern Illinois 5-2 1,391 14
15. Massachusetts 5-3 976 17
Mary 5-2 792 23
17. Liberty 7-1 763 20
18. Furman 6-3 722 18
19. Northern Arizona 6-2 715 15
20. McNeese State 4-3 665 11
6-1 585 24
22. South Carolina State 6-2 489 NR
23. Harvard 5-1 395 25
24. Tennessee-Martin 7-2 270 NR
25. Tennessee State 6-2 156 19
M 47, Colgate 44, Northwestern State 33, Eastern Washington 32, Grambling 27, Penn 26, Albany 25, UC Davis 25, Eastern Kentucky 24, San Diego 14, Holy Cross 11, Sacred Heart 10, Monmouth 4, North Dakota 4, Morgan State 3, Dayton 2.
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