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ASU Ranked No.2 In FCS Coaches Poll PDF Print
Written by Mike Kelly   
Monday, 22 August 2011 18:31

The Appalachian State football team received one first-place vote and was ranked second in the Football Championship Sub-Division Series Presesason Coaches Poll on Monday.

The Mountaineers, who were 10-3 last season, had 617 points and nosed out Georgia Southern by two points their No.2 ranking. The Eagles (10-5), national semi-finalists last seaon, were third with three first-place votes and 615 points. The Southern Conference had four teams ranked, three in the top eight and two in the top three. Wofford was eighth; Chattanooga was 23rd. Eastern Washington, which won the national championship last season, was No.1 and received  23 of 28 first-place votes. William & Mary (No.4) and Delaware (No.5) round out the top five.
Montana State, Northern Iowa. Wofford. Jacksonville State and New Hampshire round out the top ten; Montana was 12th and Villanova (which eliminated ASU from the FCS playoffs last fall) was 13th. The Colonial Athletic Association had six teams ranked in the top 25.
ASU opens the season Saturday, September 3 at Virginia Tech. Our coverage begins at 10:30 a.m. on AM 1450 WATA. Mountaineer Talk, "Countdown to a Championship," premiers with David Jackson, Thursday night, August 25 at 7 p.m. on WATA.






1. Eastern Washington (23)
2. Appalachian State (1)
3. Georgia Southern (3)
4. William & Mary (1)
5. Delaware
6. Montana State
7. Northern Iowa
8. Wofford
9. Jacksonville State
10. New Hampshire
11. North Dakota State
12. Montana
13. Villanova
14. Stephen F. Austin
15. Lehigh
16. James Madison
17. Southern Illinois
18. Liberty
19. Richmond
20. McNeese State
21. South Carolina State
22. Central Arkansas
23. Chattanooga
24. Bethune-Cookman
T24. Penn


Others receiving votes (points in parentheses): Western Illinois (72); Cal Poly (71); Southeast Missouri State (68); Southern Utah (67); Sacramento State (66); Murray State (50); Jacksonville (46); Eastern Kentucky (41); UC Davis (22); Colgate (21); Central Connecticut State (19); Stony Brook (18); Indiana State (15); Harvard (14); Dayton (13); Jackson State (13); Illinois State (11); South Dakota State (10); Florida A&M (9); Coastal Carolina (9); Sam Houston State (9); Elon (8); Grambling State (8); Northern Arizona (3); Weber State (3);Northwestern State (2).






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