Tuesday, October 21, 2014

CIAA Dominates Top Rungs of ADD'S HBCU SPORTS REPORT Division II Football Poll; FCS Top Three Remains While Tennessee State Drops and Grambling Rises


The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association continues to show their dominance in Division II football as three of the top four teams in this week's ADD'S HBCU SPORTS REPORT FCS/Division II Top Ten football polls.

Winston-Salem State and Virginia Union continue to be the first and second ranked teams in the Division II poll, with Virginia State climbing the poll again this week to number four.  Livingstone is at No. 6.

Tuskegee, which has been on a dominant tear the past two weeks as they scored 49 against Morehouse two weeks ago and 61 last week against Stillman, moves up to third.

The top three in the FCS poll remained the same, but Tennessee State continues their fall after three straight losses.  The go from fourth to ninth this week. 

On the opposite end of the spectrum, Grambling is on a five game winning streak and remains undefeated in the Southwestern Athletic Conference. They move up to the fourth spot in this week's FCS poll.

Here are the entire ADD'S HBCU SPORTS REPORT Division II/FCS football polls: 


1) Bethune-Cookman
2) North Carolina A&T
3) Alcorn State
4) Grambling
5) Alabama State
6) South Carolina State
7) Texas Southern
8) Tennessee State
9) Southern
10) Morgan State


1) Winston-Salem State
2) Virginia Union
3) Tuskegee
4) Virginia State
5) Albany State
6) Livingstone
7) Fort Valley State
8) Miles
9) Stillman
10) Morehouse

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