UNH FOOTBALL CRACKS BACK INTO THE TOP 25

DURHAM, N.H.-The University of New Hampshire football team cracked the Sports Network I-AA Top 25 for the second time this season on the heels of an amazing 45-44 OT come-from-behind victory at then- No. 2 Delaware on Oct. 4. UNH, which has defeated two top 25 teams in a row, was ranked 24th and was the only new team to enter the poll. UNH was ranked as high as 23rd earlier this season after opening the 2000 schedule with a 4-0 record. UNH will look to improve to 7-3 on the season when it entertains Gardner-Webb University (5-4 overall) on Nov. 11. Game time is 12 p.m. at Cowell Stadium.

The Sports Network 2000 I-AA College Football Poll (Nov. 6)
Team (First-place votes) 2000 Record Points Previous Next Week

1. Montana (78) 8-1 2,374 3 at Weber State
2. Youngstown State (11) 8-1 2,247 5 Southern Illinois
3. Troy State (2) 7-2 2,016 7 McNeese State
4. Delaware (1) 8-1 1,927 2 at Massachusetts
5. Furman (4) 7-2 1,926 11 at Wofford
6. Georgia Southern 8-2 1,879 1 Elon
7. Western Illinois (1) 8-2 1,573 4 OPEN
8. Lehigh 9-0 1,561 9 Fordham
9. Portland State 7-2 1,524 12 Eastern Washington
10. Western Kentucky 8-1 1,491 6 Indiana State
11. Richmond 7-2 1,380 13 James Madison
12. Grambling State (1) 9-1 1,348 14 OPEN
13. Hofstra 7-3 1,276 8 OPEN
14. Appalachian State 6-3 1,224 15 at Western Carolina
15. Florida A&M 8-2 1,110 16 OPEN
16. McNeese State 7-2 987 17 at Troy State
17. James Madison 6-3 736 19 at Richmond
18. Northwestern State 6-3 701 10 Sam Houston State
19. Weber State 7-3 650 20 Montana
20. Eastern Illinois 7-2 623 21 at Illinois State
21. Massachusetts 6-3 515 22 Delaware
22. Bethune-Cookman 8-1 375 25 at Howard
23. Northern Iowa 6-3 325 24 Prairie View
24. New Hampshire 6-3 314 NR Gardner-Webb
25. North Carolina A&T 6-3 193 18 at Hampton

Dropped Out: No. 23 Villanova

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