2007 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings

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The following weekly polls comprise the 2007 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings that determined the top 25 teams at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level of college football for the 2007 season. The Sports Network poll is voted by media members while the Coaches' Poll is determined by coaches at the FCS level.

Legend[edit]

Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
Italics   Number of first place votes
(#–#)   Win-loss record
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

The Sports Network poll[edit]

Preseason
Aug 14[1]
Week 1
Sep 3[2]
Week 2
Sep 10[3]
Week 3
Sep 17[4]
Week 4
Sep 24[5]
Week 5
Oct 1[6]
Week 6
Oct 8[7]
Week 7
Oct 15[8]
Week 8
Oct 22[9]
Week 9
Oct 29[10]
Week 10
Nov 5[11]
Week 11
Nov 12[12]
Week 12
Nov 19[13]
Week 13 (Final)
Dec 18[14]
1. Appalachian State (67) Appalachian State (1–0) (88) Appalachian State (2–0) (77) Appalachian State (3–0) (90) Montana (3–0) (46) Montana (4–0) (52) Montana (5–0) (55) Northern Iowa (6–0) (35) Northern Iowa (7–0) (56) Northern Iowa (8–0) (59) Northern Iowa (9–0) (61) Northern Iowa (10–0) (70) Northern Iowa (11–0) (97) Appalachian State (13–2) (119) 1.
2. Montana (3) UMass (1–0) Montana (2–0) Montana (2–0) UMass (4–0) (18) Northern Iowa (5–0) (23) Northern Iowa (5–0) (29) North Dakota State (6–0) (23) North Dakota State (7–0) (47) North Dakota State (8–0) (37) North Dakota State (9–0) (42) North Dakota State (10–0) (23) Montana (11–0) (10) Delaware (11–4) 2.
3. UMass Montana (1–0) UMass (2–0) UMass (3–0) Northern Iowa (4–0) (12) North Dakota State (4–0) (19) North Dakota State (5–0) (24) Montana (6–0) (40) Montana (7–0) (11) UMass (7–1) (6) Montana (9–0) (7) Montana (10–0) (10) McNeese State (11–0) (5) Southern Illinois (12–2) 3.
4. North Dakota State North Dakota State (0–0) Northern Iowa (2–0) Northern Iowa (3–0) North Dakota State (3–0) (14) UMass (4–1) (11) UMass (4–1) (5) UMass (5–1) (4) UMass (6–1) (4) Montana (8–0) (7) McNeese State (9–0) (2) McNeese State (10–0) (3) Southern Illinois (10–1) Northern Iowa (12–1) 4.
5. Youngstown State New Hampshire (1–0) North Dakota State (1–0) North Dakota State (2–0) Appalachian State (3–1) (8) Appalachian State (4–1) (2) Appalachian State (5–1) (2) Appalachian State (5–1) (3) McNeese State (7–0) (2) McNeese State (8–0) (3) Southern Illinois (8–1) Southern Illinois (9–1) Appalachian State (9–2) Richmond (11–3) 5.
6. New Hampshire (1) Youngstown State (0–1) Youngstown State (1–1) McNeese State (2–0) McNeese State (3–0) (2) McNeese State (4–0) (7) McNeese State (5–0) (2) McNeese State (6–0) (2) James Madison (6–1) Southern Illinois (7–1) Delaware (8–1) Apppalachian State (8–2) Richmond (9–2) Wofford (9–4) 6.
7. Illinois State McNeese State (1–0) Southern Illinois (2–0) Southern Illinois (3–0) Southern Illinois (4–0) (1) Southern Illinois (5–0) (2) Southern Illinois (6–0) (1) Wofford (6–1) (3) Southern Illinois (7–1) Delaware (7–1) Appalachan State (7–2) Richmond (8–2) UMass (9–2) UMass (10–3) 7.
8. James Madison Northern Iowa (1–0) McNeese State (1–0) James Madison (2–1) Wofford (3–1) (2) Wofford (4–1) (3) Wofford (5–1) (3) James Madison (6–1) New Hampshire (5–2) New Hampshire (6–2) UMass (7–2) UMass (8–2) North Dakota State (10–1) (1) Eastern Washington (10–3) 8.
9. Northern Iowa Furman (1–0) James Madison (1–1) Youngstown State (2–1) James Madison (3–1) James Madison (4–1) James Madison (5–1) Southern Illinois (6–1) Delaware (6–1) Appalachian State (6–2) Richmond (7–2) Delaware (8–2) Eastern Kentucky (9–2) North Dakota State (10–1) 9.
10. McNeese State James Madison (0–1) Delaware (2–0) New Hampshire (1–1) Youngstown State (3–1) Youngstown State (4–1) Hofstra (5–0) Hofstra (6–0) Appalachian State (5–2) Wofford (7–2) Delaware (8–1) Delaware State (9–1) Delaware State (10–1) Montana (11–1) 10.
11. Furman Southern Illinois (1–0) Wofford (2–0) Delaware (3–0) New Hampshire (2–1) Delaware (5–0) Montana State (4–1) New Hampshire (4–2) Wofford (6–2) Richmond (6–2) Georgia Southern (7–2) Yale (9–0) Wofford (8–3) McNeese State (11–1) 11.
12. Southern Illinois Eastern Illinois (1–0) New Hampshire (0–1) Hampton (2–0) Delaware (4–0) Hofstra (4–0) Youngstown State (4–2) Youngstown State (5–2) Delaware State (6–1) James Madison (6–2) Yale (8–0) Eastern Kentucky (8–2) James Madison (8–3) James Madison (8–4) 12.
13. Portland State Delaware (1–0) Hampton (1–0) Wofford (2–1) Hampton (3–0) Montana State (3–1) New Hampshire (3–2) Nicholls State (5–1) Yale (6–0) Delaware State (7–1) Eastern Kentucky (7–2) Wofford (8–3) Delaware (8–3) Eastern Kentucky (9–3) 13.
14. Wofford Wofford (1–0) Eastern Illinois (1–1) Illinois State (2–1) Hofstra (3–0) Richmond (3–1) Nicholls State (4–1) Delaware (6–1) Richmond (5–2) Elon (6–2) New Hampshire (6–3) James Madison (7–3) Eastern Washington (8–3) New Hampshire (7–4) 14.
15. Cal Poly Hampton (0–0) Furman (1–1) Hofstra (2–0) Sam Houston State (2–1) New Hampshire (2–2) Delaware (5–1) Delaware State (5–1) Hofstra (6–1) Yale (7–0) Wofford (7–3) Eastern Washington (7–3) Youngstown State (7–4) Delaware (10–2) 15.
16. Hampton Sam Houston State (1–0) Sam Houston State (2–0) Furman (1–2) Illinois State (2–2) Eastern Illinois (3–2) Yale (4–0) Yale (5–0) Elon (5–2) Eastern Kentucky (7–2) James Madison (6–3) Georgia Southern (7–3) Grambling State (8–2) Youngstown State (7–4) 16.
17. Eastern Illinois Illinois State (0–1) Illinois State (1–1) Sam Houston State (2–1) Western Illinois (3–1) Nicholls State (3–1) Delaware State (4–1) Western Illinois (5–2) Eastern Kentucky (6–2) Georgia Southern (6–2) Grambling State (8–1) Youngstown State (7–4) New Hampshire (7–4) Georgia Southern (7–4) 17.
18. Sam Houston State Portland State (0–1) Nicholls State (2–0) Montana State (1–1) Montana State (2–1) Yale (3–0) Hampton (4–1) Richmond (4–2) Nicholls State (5–2) Grambling State (7–1) Hofstra (7–2) Fordham (8–2) Eastern Illinois (8–3) Eastern Illinois (8–4) 18.
19. Delaware Texas State (1–0) Hofstra (1–0) Western Illinois (2–1) Eastern Illinois (2–2) Sam Houston State (2–2) Western Illinois (4–2) Cal Poly (4–2) Montana State (5–2) Western Illinois (6–3) Elon (6–3) Grambling State (8–2) Georgia Southern (7–4) South Dakota State (7–4) 19.
20. South Dakota State Tennessee–Martin (0–1) Montana State (0–1) Eastern Illinois (1–2) Furman (1–2) Delaware State (3–1) Richmond (3–2) Montana State (4–2) Youngstown State (5–3) Hofstra (6–2) Eastern Washington (6–3) New Hampshire (6–4) Yale (9–1) Fordham (8–4) 20.
21. Montana State Montana State (0–1) Yale (0–0) Yale (1–0) Eastern Washington (3–0) Hampton (3–1) Georgia Southern (4–1) Eastern Kentucky (5–2) Grambling State (6–1) Alabama A&M (7–1) Youngstown State (6–4) Eastern Illinois (7–3) South Dakota State (7–4) Harvard (8–2) 21.
22. Tennessee–Martin Cal Poly (0–1) Western Illinois (1–1) Lafayette (3–0) Yale (2–0) Western Illinois (3–2) Cal Poly (3–2) Eastern Washington (4–2) Georgia Southern (5–2) Youngstown State (5–4) Fordham (8–2) Hofstra (7–3) Harvard (8–2) Yale (9–1) 22.
23. Coastal Carolina Yale (0–0) Towson (2–0) Alabama A&M (3–0) Nicholls State (3–1) Illinois State (2–3) Eastern Kentucky (4–2) Grambling State (5–1) Norfolk State (5–2) Villanova (5–3) Western Illinois (6–4) Alabama A&M (8–2) Elon (7–4) Elon (7–4) 23.
24. Yale Western Illinois (1–0) Delaware State (2–0) Cal Poly (1–2) Elon (2–1) Cal Poly (3–2) Eastern Illinois (3–3) Elon (4–2) Western Illinois (5–3) Eastern Washington (5–3) Cal Poly (6–3) Elon (6–4) Cal Poly (7–4) Cal Poly (7–4) 24.
25. South Carolina State Nicholls State (1–0) Lafayette (2–0) Eastern Washington (2–0) Richmond (2–1) Southern (5–0) Grambling State (4–1) Norfolk State (5–1) The Citadel (5–2) Nicholls State (5–3) Eastern Illinois (6–3) Cal Poly (6–4) Fordham (8–3) Grambling State (8–4) 25.
Preseason
Aug 14[1]
Week 1
Sep 3[2]
Week 2
Sep 10[3]
Week 3
Sep 17[4]
Week 4
Sep 24[5]
Week 5
Oct 1[6]
Week 6
Oct 8[7]
Week 7
Oct 15[8]
Week 8
Oct 22[9]
Week 9
Oct 29[10]
Week 10
Nov 5[11]
Week 11
Nov 12[12]
Week 12
Nov 19[13]
Week 13 (Final)
Dec 18[14]
Dropped:
20. South Dakota State (0–1)
23. Coastal Carolina (0–1)
25. South Carolina State (0–1)
Dropped:
18. Portland State (0–2)
19. Texas State (1–1)
20. Tennessee–Martin (0–2)
22. Cal Poly (0–2)
Dropped:
18. Nicholls State (2–1)
23. Towson (2–1)
24. Delaware State (2–1)
Dropped:
22. Lafayette (3–1)
23. Alabama A&M (3–1)
24. Cal Poly (2–2)
Dropped:
20. Furman (1–3)
21. Eastern Washington (3–1)
24. Elon (2–2)
Dropped:
20. Richmond (3–2)
23. Illinois State (2–4)
25. Southern (5–1)
Dropped:
18. Hampton (4–2)
21. Georgia Southern (4–2)
24. Eastern Illinois (4–3)
Dropped:
19. Cal Poly (4–3)
22. Eastern Washington (4–3)
Dropped:
19. Montana State (5–3)
23. Norfolk State (6–2)
25. The Citadel (5–3)
Dropped:
21. Alabama A&M (7–2)
23. Villanova (5–4)
25. Nicholls State (5–4)
Dropped:
23. Western Illinois (6–5)
Dropped:
22. Hofstra (7–4)
23. Alabama A&M (8–3)
Dropped:
None

Coaches' Poll[edit]

Preseason
Aug 20[15]
Week 1
Sep 3[16]
Week 2
Sep 10[3]
Week 3
Sep 17[17]
Week 4
Sep 24[5]
Week 5
Oct 1[18]
Week 6
Oct 8[19]
Week 7
Oct 15[20]
Week 8
Oct 22[9]
Week 9
Oct 29[21]
Week 10
Nov 5[22]
Week 11
Nov 12[23]
Week 12
Nov 19[24]
Week 13 (Final)
Dec 18[14]
1. Appalachian State (27) 1.
2. Montana 2.
3. UMass (1) 3.
4. North Dakota State 4.
5. New Hampshire 5.
6. Youngstown State 6.
7. James Madison 7.
8. Illinois State 8.
9. Northern Iowa 9.
10. Furman 10.
11. Southern Illinois 11.
12. McNeese State 12.
13. Portland State 13.
14. Cal Poly 14.
15. Wofford 15.
16. Hampton 16.
17. Eastern Illinois 17.
18. Tennessee–Martin 18.
19. South Dakota State 19.
20. Coastal Carolina 20.
21. Delaware 21.
22. Montana State 22.
23. Sam Houston State 23.
24. Yale 24.
25. Princeton 25.
Preseason
Aug 20[15]
Week 1
Sep 3[16]
Week 2
Sep 10[3]
Week 3
Sep 17[17]
Week 4
Sep 24[5]
Week 5
Oct 1[18]
Week 6
Oct 8[19]
Week 7
Oct 15[20]
Week 8
Oct 22[9]
Week 9
Oct 29[21]
Week 10
Nov 5[22]
Week 11
Nov 12[23]
Week 12
Nov 19[24]
Week 13 (Final)
Dec 18[14]
Dropped:
None
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