• Hi Guest, want to participate in the discussions, keep track of read/unread posts and more? Create your free account and increase the benefits of your eGriz.com experience today!

Mason's NCAA I-AA Football

Mason's NCAA I-AA Football
Top 100 Rankings
As of Sept. 14, 2003



Rank Teams / Conference
1 Villanova / Atlantic 10
2 McNeese State / Southland
3 Western Illinois / Gateway
4 Northeastern / Atlantic 10
5 Bethune-Cookman / Mid-Eastern Athletic *
6 Delaware / Atlantic 10 *
7 Idaho State / Big Sky
8 Western Kentucky / Gateway *
9 Maine / Atlantic 10
10 Grambling / Southwestern Athletic
11 Colgate / Patriot League *
12 Montana State / Big Sky *
13 Lehigh / Patriot League *
14 Southern Illinois / Gateway
15 Furman / Southern *
16 Eastern Washington / Big Sky
17 Massachusetts / Atlantic 10 *
18 Georgia Southern / Southern *
19 Northwestern State / Southland
20 Eastern Illinois / Ohio Valley *
21 Wofford / Southern *
22 Southern / Southwestern Athletic
23 Wagner / Northeast *
24 Portland State / Big Sky *
25 Montana / Big Sky
26 Dayton / Pioneer League
27 Eastern Kentucky / Ohio Valley
28 Bucknell / Patriot League *
29 Cal Poly / I-AA Independent *
30 Illinois State / Gateway
31 Youngstown State / Gateway
32 Monmouth / Northeast *
33 William & Mary / Atlantic 10 *
34 Texas Southern / Southwestern Athletic *
35 Sacred Heart / Northeast *
36 Alabama State / Southwestern Athletic
37 Weber State / Big Sky
38 East Tennessee State / Southern
39 Northern Iowa / Gateway *
40 James Madison / Atlantic 10 *
41 Samford / Ohio Valley *
42 Northern Arizona / Big Sky *
43 Southwest Missouri State / Gateway *
44 Indiana State / Gateway
45 Tennessee Tech / Ohio Valley
46 Hampton / Mid-Eastern Athletic *
47 Southwest Texas State / Southland
48 Western Carolina / Southern
49 Pennsylvania / Ivy League ***
50 Stony Brook / Northeast **
51 Albany / Northeast *
52 Fordham / Patriot League
53 Gardner-Webb / Big South
54 New Hampshire / Atlantic 10
55 Towson State / Patriot League
56 Drake / Pioneer League
57 Valparaiso / Pioneer League
58 Harvard / Ivy League ***
59 Princeton / Ivy League ***
60 Yale / Ivy League ***
61 The Citadel / Southern
62 Brown / Ivy League ***
63 Dartmouth / Ivy League ***
64 Appalachian State / Southern *
65 Cornell / Ivy League ***
66 Columbia / Ivy League ***
67 Duquesne / Metro Atlantic *
68 Northern Colorado / I-AA Independent
69 Southeast Missouri / Ohio Valley
70 Holy Cross / Patriot League *
71 Murray State / Ohio Valley
72 Florida Atlantic / I-AA Independent
73 Southern Utah / I-AA Independent
74 Morehead State / Pioneer League *
75 Rhode Island / Atlantic 10 *
76 Liberty / Big South
77 Richmond / Atlantic 10 **
78 Norfolk State / Mid-Eastern Athletic *
79 Jacksonville / Pioneer League *
80 Elon College / Southern
81 Marist / Metro Atlantic *
82 San Diego / Pioneer League *
83 Nicholls State / Southland
84 South Carolina State / Mid-Eastern Athletic
85 Alabama A&M / Southwestern Athletic
86 Iona / Metro Atlantic *
87 North Carolina A&T / Mid-Eastern Athletic
88 Sam Houston State / Southland *
89 Florida A&M / Mid-Eastern Athletic
90 Sacramento State / Big Sky
91 Robert Morris / Northeast *
92 Tennessee State / Ohio Valley
93 Jacksonville State / Ohio Valley *
94 Virginia Military Institute / Big South
95 Southeastern Louisiana / I-AA Independent
96 Prairie View / Southwestern Athletic
97 Florida International / I-AA Independent *
98 Lafayette / Patriot League *
99 Alcorn State / Southwestern Athletic
100 Stephen F. Austin / Southland *
 
Wow! Get me some of whatever Doug's smokin'!

Where to start with this mess? Let's see...

Montana beats Maine, at Maine, by 10 (and gave them 7 by putting in the entire second team D near the end of the game), and both teams have one loss, yet Montana is ranked 25th and Maine is 9th? Huh?!?

And Georgia Southern, ranked anywhere from 2 to 3 in just about all other polls before last Saturday's games, loses a hard-fought (and closer than it looked) 34-15 game to number 2 or 3 McNeese, and falls to 18?

And non-scholarship Wagner, from the same conference that brought us Albany (which Montana crushed last year), is ranked higher than the Griz?

Okay, I know, the Griz O is strugglin' right now, but...

C'mon.

No offense, Doug, but this isn't the first set of...uh...interesting numbers I've seen you post, and I'm afraid that it also won't be the last.

I think I'll stick to the SportsNetwork numbers if I'm ever in need of a meaningful (if there ever is such a thing) poll.
 
This guy is some A10 grad that decided to start his own 1AA poll. Look at all the A10 teams in the top 10. They wish they were that good.

This poll is a Smack post.
 
Nova, Delaware and maybe UMass are that good, N'eastern and Maine aren't. But watch out for JMU, this year's A10 sleeper, they will be a playoff contender!
 
chickenman said:
Nova, Delaware and maybe UMass are that good, N'eastern and Maine aren't. But watch out for JMU, this year's A10 sleeper, they will be a playoff contender!

So you guys will have at least 4 teams in the playoffs????


I am excited for Maine to play you. :wink:
 
Geaux.... we probably will deserve four, but we'll just get our normal three. :D As for them Black Teddies, the Roosters have got somethin waitin for those lobster men in Henville on 11/1, that may make last year's dismantling of the Teddies (37-13) look close! :p
 
Ok,

I disagree that we are out of the top 20... but

I think we should be ranked 15th and the Bobcat's should be ranked 99th just for being the Bobcats.

Yea, need some of what Mason is smokin' must be good stuff!
 
Back
Top