Orediggers move up to No. 13, Dawgs fall to 22

Montana Tech moved up four spots to No. 13 in the NAIA football coaches’ Top 25 poll, which was released today.

The move comes two days after the Orediggers, playing without their top two quarterbacks, beat Rocky Mountain College 38-33 in Billings.

Montana Western fell six spots to No. 22 after falling 37-30 in overtime at home to Southern Oregon, which remained at No. 2.

Carroll College fell seven spots to No. 4 after losing 28-21 at home to Eastern Oregon.

Lindsey Wilson (Kentucky) remains in the top spot. All of the top 25 teams were also ranked last week.

2015 NAIA Football Coaches’ Top 25 Poll – No. 5 (Oct. 12)

RANKLAST TIME^SCHOOL (1ST PLACE VOTES)2015 RECORDTOTAL POINTS
11Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) (12)5-0338
22Southern Oregon (2)4-1323
33Morningside (Iowa) (1)5-1319
46Baker (Kan.)5-1291
57Grand View (Iowa)5-1282
68Doane (Neb.)6-0279
79Saint Francis (Ind.)6-0273
813Reinhardt (Ga.)6-0241
911Robert Morris (Ill.)4-1237
1014Marian (Ind.)4-2209
114Carroll (Mont.)3-2200
1215Tabor (Kan.)5-1196
1317Montana Tech4-1183
145Saint Xavier (Ill.)4-2178
1519Kansas Wesleyan6-0152
1618William Penn (Iowa)4-2137
1712Dakota Wesleyan (S.D.)5-1124
1810Faulkner (Ala.)3-2119
1922St. Francis (Ill.)5-1110
2020Northwestern (Iowa)3-2103
2121Benedictine (Kan.)5-291
2216Montana Western3-274
2324Webber International (Fla.)3-248
2425Dickinson State (N.D.)6-146
2523St. Ambrose (Iowa)4-18

Dropped from the Top 25: None

Others Receiving Votes: Peru State (Neb.) 7; Campbellsville (Ky.) 6; Concordia (Mich.) 4; Concordia (Neb.) 4; SAGU (Texas) 3.



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