My FCS Sports Network Poll – Week 3

  1. North Dakota State       (3-0, beat Incarnate Word)
  2. Eastern Washington      (2-1, BYE)
  3. Montana                       (2-1, beat South Dakota)
  4. Southeastern Louisiana  (2-1, lost at Tulane)
  5. Coastal Carolina           (3-0, beat South Carolina St.)
  6. McNeese State            (1-1, beat Prairie View)
  7. New Hampshire           (1-1, beat Lehigh)
  8. Jacksonville State        (1-1, BYE)
  9. Villanova                     (1-1, BYE)
  10. South Dakota State    (2-1, won at Southern Utah)
  11. Northern Iowa             (0-2, lost at Hawaii)
  12. Bethune-Cookman     (2-0, beat Grambling State)
  13. Fordham                    (2-1, beat Rhode Island)
  14. Tennessee State       (2-1, beat Jackson State)
  15. William & Mary         (2-1, beat Norfolk State)
  16. Montana State         (2-1, beat Central Arkansas)
  17. Richmond               (2-1, beat Hampton)
  18. Southern Illinois       (3-0, beat SE Missouri St)
  19. Youngstown State   (2-1, beat Butler)
  20. Eastern Kentucky   (3-0, beat Morehead St)
  21. Chattanooga         (1-2, beat Austin Peay)
  22. Northern Arizona   (2-1, beat New Mexico Highlands)
  23. Illinois State          (2-0, beat Eastern Illinois)
  24. Maine                   (1-1, lost to Bryant)
  25. Delaware             (2-1, beat Colgate)

FCS Sunday Night Ramblings – Week 3

What a weekend to recap and we’ve got plenty to talk about, including the great start by the Missouri Valley in non-conference play, what does that mean when Valley play begins? Join us at 10 Central!

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FCS Top 25 talk

My ballot for Sports Network top 25 media poll today:

North Dakota State

Eastern Washington


Southeastern Louisiana

Northern Iowa

McNeese State


New Hampshire

Coastal Carolina

Youngstown State

South Dakota State

Southern Illinois

Eastern Kentucky



Montana State

Northern Arizona

William & Mary

Illinois State



Indiana State


Abilene Christian

Central Arkansas

Bison PostGame Show vs Incarnate Word

Still going strong after being awake for 17 hours, but I know you guys count on the PostGame Shows each and every week, so here’s this weeks after NDSU’s 27th straight win, 58-0 over Incarnate Word. Join Jeff, Big E and me as we break down the game and look at what happened downtown as well.

NDSU-the Incarnate Word live blog

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