Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Tennessee State and Winston-Salem State Lead Adds HBCU Sports Report Top Ten Polls


Winston-Salem State served notice last weekend that new faces means old results as they shut down one of the CIAA's top teams during a festive homecoming weekend and continued to sit in the top spot of the Add's HBCU Sports Report HBCU Top Ten Poll for Division II schools.

The Rams broke open a tight game with fourth-ranked Johnson C. Smith to pull away for a 44-17 win in Winston-Salem.  Second ranked Tuskegee blasted SIAC foe Morehouse 54-10 to retain their second place ranking.

The middle of the Division II Top Ten poll saw a lot of changes as Fayetteville State lost last weekend. The Broncos fell to ninth while Stillman moved up to fifth and St. Augustine to sixth. Lane entered the poll for the first time this season at tenth.

In the Division I-Football Championship Series HBCU Top Ten Poll, Tennessee State continued to command the top spot after defeating one of the nation's top FCS teams in Jacksonville State, 31-15.  Bethune-Cookman is in the second spot while South Carolina State, Jackson State and Alabama State are the top five.

Here are the two Add's HBCU Sports Report Top Ten Polls for this week:

Division I- Football Championship Series
1) Tennessee State
2) Bethune-Cookman
3) South Carolina State
4) Jackson State
5) Alabama State
6) Alcorn State
7) Prairie View
8) North Carolina A&T
9) North Carolina Central
10) Southern

     Division II
1) Winston-Salem State
2) Tuskegee
3) Virginia State
4) Johnson C. Smith
5) Stillman
6) Kentucky State
7) St.Augustine's
8) Chowan
9) Fayetteville State
10) Lane

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