Minnesota State Football drops to 21st in AFCA Poll

The Minnesota State football team has fallen to the 21st spot in the latest edition of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) poll.

MSU fell to the 21st spot after losing to Bemidji State 45-17 last weekend at Blakeslee Stadium.

The Mavericks are one of four NSIC teams ranked in the top-25. Sioux Falls and Augustana improved to the 15th and 18th spots, respectively, while Bemidji State entered the poll at the 24th spot. Minnesota Duluth is receiving votes.

Minnesota State continues its season on the road on Saturday as it takes on St. Cloud State. The opening kickoff is scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on The Fan Mankato AM 1230 FM 103.1.

 

AFCA Poll (Week #2)

Team (1st place votes) Record Points Pvs.

1. Northwest Missouri State (30) 2-0 750 1

2. Grand Valley State 2-0 690 3

3. West Georgia 2-0 689 2

4. Shepherd 2-0 649 4

5. Ashland 2-0 619 5

6. Ferris State 2-0 594 7

7. Texas A&M-Commerce 1-0 553 8

8. Henderson State 2-0 523 9

9. Indiana, Pa. 1-0 517 10

10. Colorado School of Mines 2-0 462 11

11. Slippery Rock 2-0 460 12

12. Midwestern State 1-0 364 14

13. Tuskegee 2-0 359 15

14. Central Missouri 2-0 354 16

15. Sioux Falls 2-0 297 17

16. Azusa Pacific 2-0 251 24

17. Assumption 2-0 244 18

18. Augustana 2-0 216 21

19. Florida Tech 2-0 212 22

20. North Alabama 0-1 196 20

21. Minnesota State 1-1 144 6

22. Valdosta State 1-0 133 23

23. Colorado Mesa 2-0 115 25

24. Bemidji State 2-0 100 NR

25. Humboldt State 1-1 57 13

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