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2005 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings

 

2005 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings

The 2005 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings are from the Sports Network media poll and the coaches poll.

Final poll standings

Standings are from The Sports Network final 2005 poll.

Rank[1] Team Record
1 Appalachian State Mountaineers 12–3
2 Northern Iowa Panthers 11–4
3 Furman Paladins 11–3
4 Texas State Bobcats 11–3
5 New Hampshire Wildcats 11–2
6 Cal Poly Mustangs 9–4
7 Southern Illinois Salukis 9–4
8 Richmond Spiders 9–4
9 Georgia Southern Eagles 8–4
10 Hampton Pirates 11–1
11 Grambling State Tigers 11–1
12 Montana Grizzlies 8–4
13 Eastern Washington Eagles 7–5
14 Youngstown State Penguins 8–3
15 Brown Bears 9–1
16 Eastern Illinois Panthers 9–3
17 Nicholls State Colonels 6–4
18 Montana State Bobcats 7–4
19 Massachusetts Minutemen 7–4
20 South Carolina State Bulldogs 9–2
21 Lafayette Leopards 8–4
22 Illinois State Redbirds 7–4
23 Colgate Raiders 8–4
24 Coastal Carolina Chanticleers 9–2
25 James Madison Dukes 7–4

References

  1. ^ "Final Sports Network's 2005 FCS College Football Poll". The Sports Network. Retrieved 2008-12-20. 


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