Week 11 Polls

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  • #2686

    TheFan
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    Lehigh at #22 in the TSN Poll

    http://64.246.64.33/merge/tsnform.aspx? … A-POLL.htm

    The Sports Network/Fathead.com FCS Top-25 College Football Poll

    Team (First-place votes) Record Points Previous Rank

    1. Delaware Blue Hens (116) 9-1 3,927 2
    2. Appalachian State Mountaineers (28) 9-1 3,781 3
    3. Eastern Washington Eagles (8) 8-2 3,563 5
    4. Jacksonville State Gamecocks (2) 9-1 3,457 6
    5. Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks 8-2 3,078 8
    6. William & Mary Tribe 7-3 2,959 1
    7. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats (4) 10-0 2,870 10
    8. Montana State Bobcats (1) 8-2 2,786 11
    9. Wofford Terriers 8-2 2,729 4
    10. Southeast Missouri State Redhawks 9-2 2,480 7
    11. Montana Grizzlies 7-3 2,236 13
    12. South Carolina State Bulldogs 8-2 2,099 15
    13. Northern Iowa Panthers 7-3 2,034 16
    14. New Hampshire Wildcats 6-4 1,926 17
    15. Villanova Wildcats 6-4 1,614 9
    16. Penn Quakers 8-1 1,557 18
    17. North Dakota State Bison 7-3 1,120 24
    18. Richmond Spiders 6-4 1,118 21
    19. Massachusetts Minutemen 6-4 1,052 14
    20. Jacksonville Dolphins 10-1 983 22
    21. Liberty Flames 7-3 902 12
    22. Lehigh Mountain Hawks 8-2 608 NR
    23. Cal Poly Mustangs 7-4 338 19
    24. Dayton Flyers 10-1 336 NR
    25. Grambling State Tigers 8-2 287 20
    Others receiving votes: Georgia Southern 263, James Madison 253, Chattanooga 183, McNeese State 183, Texas Southern 136, Western Illinois 123, Robert Morris 110, Sacramento State 105, Florida A&M 81, Jackson State 78, Southern Utah 73, Weber State 57, Yale 54, Old Dominion 30, Indiana State 18, Eastern Kentucky 14, Elon 12, Harvard 7, Southern Illinois 7, Northern Arizona 6, Coastal Carolina 5, Furman 5, UC Davis 5, Stony Brook 3, Bryant 2, Illinois State 2, Murray State 11, Central Connecticut State 1, Alabama State 1, Colgate 1, Drake 1, Brown 1.

    #2687

    TheFan
    Participant

    Lehigh at #22 in AGS Poll

    http://www.championshipsubdivision.com/ … =4&t=20095

    The AGS Poll, FCS Top 25 Rankings, Week 11

    by GreatAppSt » Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:44 am

    Any Given Saturday Poll Top 25

    (First place votes in parenthesis), Points
    1. Delaware (58) 1652
    2. Appalachian St. (4) 1585
    3. Eastern Washington (3) 1510
    4. Jacksonville St. 1371
    5. Stephen F. Austin 1353
    6. William & Mary 1314
    7. Montana St. (2) 1301
    8. Wofford 1093
    9. Northern Iowa 1056
    10. Bethune-Cookman 1004
    11. New Hampshire 917
    12. Montana 860
    13. Southeast Missouri St. 845
    14. Villanova 721
    15. South Carolina St. 694
    16. North Dakota St. 639
    17. Pennsylvania 632
    18. Massachusetts 560
    19. Chattanooga 407
    20. Richmond 384
    21. Georgia Southern 342
    22. Lehigh 254
    23. Liberty 237
    24. Jacksonville 208
    25. Robert Morris 134
    Others receiving votes (minimum of 5 votes): Cal Poly (27), Western Illinois (19), McNeese St. (18), James Madison (16), Sacramento St. (16), Dayton (11), Weber St. (11), Southern Utah (7), Grambling St. (6), Stony Brook (6),

    MOST SIGNIFICANT WIN OF THE WEEK: Appalachian St.
    MOST SIGNIFICANT LOSS OF THE WEEK: William & Mary

    #2688

    TheFan
    Participant

    Lehigh #22 in Coaches Poll

    http://www.soconsports.com/fls/4000/soc … index.html

    Week 11 – Nov. 15, 2010 Team (No. 1 Votes) Record Points Previous Ranking

    1. Delaware (26) 9-1 698 1
    2. Appalachian State 9-1 666 3
    3. Eastern Washington (1) 8-2 636 5
    4. Jacksonville State 9-1 613 6
    5. Stephen F. Austin (1) 8-2 569 7
    6. William & Mary 7-3 520 2
    7. Wofford 8-2 512 4
    8. Montana State 8-2 503 10
    9. Bethune-Cookman 10-0 474 12
    10. Southeast Missouri State 9-2 428 8
    11. South Carolina State 8-2 396 14
    12. Northern Iowa 7-3 394 16
    13. New Hampshire 6-4 350 15
    14. Montana 7-3 332 17
    15. Villanova 6-4 314 9
    16. Penn 8-1 264 19
    17. North Dakota State 7-3 227 20
    18. Liberty 7-3 219 11
    19. Massachusetts 6-4 214 13
    20. Richmond 6-4 181 23
    21. Jacksonville 10-1 123 24
    22. Lehigh 8-2 88 NR
    23. Cal Poly 7-4 71 18
    24. Grambling State 8-2 49 22
    25. Dayton 10-1 44 NR

    Others receiving votes (points in parentheses): Georgia Southern (40), Western Illinois (28), Florida A&M (25), Sacramento State (23), James Madison (21), Robert Morris (17), McNeese State (16), Weber State (14), Texas Southern (11), Chattanooga (7), Southern Utah (5), Northern Arizona (3), Old Dominion (2), Indiana State (2), Harvard (1)

    #2689
    RichH
    RichH
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    :D I guess we can safely conclude that we are ranked #22 in FCS.Since I am by nature a royal pain in the a**, as my kids will gladly verify, the achievement , as all LU fans should remember, is fleeting. I will be happier if we are ranked next week. That will really be a cap to a great rebound year. ;)

    #2690

    TheFan
    Participant

    Rich, lets hope for a top 20 ranking next week and then – A HOME PLAYOFF GAME to a full 16,000 Murray Goodman Stadium crowd of cheering Lehigh fans!

    #2691

    TheFan
    Participant

    Top 25 games (TSN poll) this coming weekend:

    http://64.246.64.33/merge/tsnform.aspx? … px?season=

    Most likely losses of #15-21 ranked teams that might help Lehigh vault into top 20:

    18. Richmond @ #6 William and Mary (WM is favored)
    19. Massachusetts @ Rhode Island (RI has beaten Villanova)
    21. Liberty v. Stony Brook (A win by SB gives it the Big South Championship and trip to playoffs)

    #2692
    sundayamqb
    sundayamqb
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    Agree with TheFan on a home game. Wish that over T-day weekend you could get 10K for a game with students gone. What did LU-JMU game draw years ago? First-rounder?

    #2695
    ngineer
    ngineer
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    "sundayamqb" wrote: Agree with TheFan on a home game. Wish that over T-day weekend you could get 10K for a game with students gone. What did LU-JMU game draw years ago? First-rounder?

    Attendance would likely be 6-7,000 based upon this year’s turnout, which has been pathetic. Most students will be gone and the area does not support college football as it used to. One would have thought we’d get 10,000 for the Colgate game, but that was only about 7,000. See other thread about harrassment students receive that results in them not going into the stadium but preferring to stay outside and tailgate. Regardless, an enthusiastic crowd, even if on the small side, can still help with the adrenaline boost.

    #2699

    LU65
    Participant

    A day many of us will not soon forget. Six years ago to the day!

    James Madison (10-2,7-1) vs. Lehigh (9-3,5-1)
    Date: Nov 27, 2004 Site: Bethlehem, PA Stadium: Goodman Stadikum
    Attendance: 6116

    Sad to say, but if awarded a first round game this year I can’t see us having a crowd greater than 6,500.

    #2756

    TheFan
    Participant

    #19 UMASS loses

    Final 1 2 3 4 Score

    19 Massachusetts 7 7 14 6 34
    Rhode Island « 3 10 7 17 37

    #2762

    TheFan
    Participant

    #17 North Dakota State loses

    17 North Dakota St 0
    Missouri State « 3

    and #18 Richmond is losing big time in the 4th quarter

    We could very well see a #19 ranked Lehigh for the end of the regular season

    #2767

    TheFan
    Participant

    #18 Richmond gets destroyed

    18 Richmond – 3
    6 William & Mary « – 41

    #13 Northern Iowa loses also
    13 Northern Iowa – 14
    Western Ill « – 30

    Lehigh will be ranked #18 or #19 for the end of regular season

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