1991 NCAA Division II football rankings

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The 1991 NCAA Division II football rankings are from the NCAA Division II football committee. This is for the 1991 season.

Legend[edit]

  Increase in ranking
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  Not ranked previous week
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  Win–loss record
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  Number of first place votes
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Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

NCAA Division II Football Committee poll[edit]

Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 17[2]
Week 2
Sept 24[3]
Week 3
Oct 1[4]
Week 4
Oct 8[5]
Week 5
Oct 15[6]
Week 6
Oct 22[7]
Week 7
Oct 29[8]
Week 8
Nov 5[9]
Week 9
Nov 12[10]
1.North Dakota State (4)IUP (2–0) (4)IUP (3–0) (4)IUP (4–0) (4)IUP (5–0) (4)IUP (6–0) (4)IUP (7–0) (4)IUP (8–0) (4)IUP (9–0) (4)IUP (10–0)1.
2.Pittsburg StateMississippi College (2–0)Mississippi College (3–0)Mississippi College (3–1)Jacksonville State (4–0)Jacksonville State (5–0)Jacksonville State (6–0)Jacksonville State (6–0)Jacksonville State (7–0)Jacksonville State (8–0)2.
3.IUP [note 1]Grand Valley State (2–0)Jacksonville State (2–0)Jacksonville State (3–0)Northern Colorado (5–0)Northern Colorado (6–0)Ashland (7–0)Mississippi College (5–2)Pittsburg State (7–1–1)Pittsburg State (8–1–1)3.
4.Mississippi CollegeEast Texas State (2–0)Northern Colorado (3–0)Northern Colorado (4–0)Virginia Union (5–0)Ashland (6–0)Butler (6–0)Northern Colorado (7–1)Northern Colorado (7–1)Northern Colorado (8–1)4.
5.Jacksonville StateJacksonville State (1–0)Virginia Union (3–0)Virginia Union (4–0)Wofford (5–0)Butler (5–0)North Dakota State (5–1)Ashland (7–1)Virginia Union (7–1–1)Butler (8–1)5.
6.Grand Valley StateMankato State (2–0)Wofford (3–0)Wofford (4–0)Ashland (5–0)Sacramento State (5–0) тSacramento State (6–0)Wofford (7–1)Butler (7–1)Texas A&I (7–2)6.
7.East Texas StatePittsburg State (1–1)Ashland (3–0)Ashland (4–0)Butler (4–0)North Dakota State (4–1) тWinston–Salem State (7–0)Pittsburg State (6–1–1)Texas A&I (6–2)North Dakota State (6–2)7.
8.Northern ColoradoNorthern Colorado (2–0)Butler (3–0)Butler (3–0)North Dakota State (3–1)Winston–Salem State (6–0)Mississippi College (4–2)Virginia Union (6–1–1)Mississippi College (5–2–1)Portland State (8–2)8.
9.North AlabamaVirginia Union (2–0)North Dakota State (1–1)North Dakota State (2–1)Sacramento State (4–0)Edinboro (5–1)North Dakota (6–0)Sacramento State (6–1)North Dakota State (5–2)Grand Valley State (8–2)9.
10.EdinboroWofford (2–0)Sacramento State (3–0)Sacramento State (3–0)Mississippi College (3–2)Mississippi College (3–2)Pittsburg State (5–1–1)Butler (6–1)Portland State (7–2)Virginia Union (8–2)10.
11.Portland StateNorfolk State (3–0)Winston–Salem State (3–0)Winston–Salem State (4–0)Winston–Salem State (5–0)North Dakota (5–0)East Texas State (5–2)North Dakota State (5–2)Grand Valley State (6–2)Mississippi College (5–3–1)11.
12.Northeast Missouri StateNorth Dakota State (0–1)East Texas State (2–1)Millersville (3–0)Texas A&I (4–1)Pittsburg State (4–1–1)Northern Colorado (6–1)Grand Valley State (6–2)East Stroudsburg (7–1–1)Winston–Salem State (9–1)12.
13.WoffordAshland (2–0)Pittsburg State (2–1)Texas A&I (3–1)Shippensburg (5–0)West Chester (5–1)Missouri Southern (6–1)Portland State (6–2)Winston–Salem State (8–1)Mankato State (6–3)13.
14.Texas A&ISacramento State (2–0)Millersville (2–0)Mankato State (3–1)Edinboro (4–1)East Texas State (4–2)Wofford (6–1)East Stroudsburg (6–1–1)Elizabeth City State (7–1) [note 4]Shippensburg (8–2)14.
15.Virginia UnionAngelo State (2–0)Mankato State (2–1)Shippensburg (4–0)North Dakota (4–0)Missouri Southern (5–1)Savannah State (5–2)Fort Valley State (5–2)Mankato State (5–3)Ashland (8–2)15.
16.Mankato StateShippensburg (2–0)Shippensburg (3–0)UC Davis (3–0)St. Cloud State (3–1)Wofford (5–1)Texas A&I (5–2)Texas A&I (5–2)Ashland (7–2)Morehouse (6–3)16.
17.Cal Poly [note 2]Winston–Salem State (2–0) [note 3]Texas A&I (2–1)Northwest Missouri State (3–1)Pittsburg State (3–1–1)Savannah State (4–2)Shippensburg (6–1)Winston–Salem State (7–1)Morehouse (6–3)North Dakota (7–1)17.
18.Angelo StateMillersville (1–0)UC Davis (2–0)Grand Valley State (3–1)West Chester (4–1)Texas A&I (4–2)Virginia Union (6–1)Mankato State (5–3)Shippensburg (7–2)East Stroudsburg (7–2–1)18.
19.Millersville тButler (2–0)Grand Valley State (2–1) тEdinboro (3–1)Savannah State (4–2) тShippensburg (5–1)East Stroudsburg (5–1–1)Shippensburg (6–2)Sacramento State (6–2) тEast Texas State (6–3–1)19.
20.Tuskegee тUC Davis (1–0)Angelo State (2–1) тFort Valley State (3–1)Missouri Southern (4–1) тVirginia Union (5–1)Portland State (5–2)Edinboro (5–2)North Dakota (6–1) тWofford (8–2)20.
21.        Wofford (7–2) т 21.
Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 17[2]
Week 2
Sept 24[3]
Week 3
Oct 1[4]
Week 4
Oct 8[5]
Week 5
Oct 15[6]
Week 6
Oct 22[7]
Week 7
Oct 29[8]
Week 8
Nov 5[9]
Week 9
Nov 12[10]
Dropped:
  • 9 North Alabama
  • 10 Edinboro
  • 11 Portland State
  • 12 Northeast Missouri State
  • 14 Texas A&I
  • 17 Cal Poly
  • 20 Tuskegee
Dropped:
11 Norfolk State
Dropped:
  • 12 East Texas State
  • 13 Pittsburg State
  • 20 Angelo State
Dropped:
  • 12 Millersville
  • 14 Mankato State
  • 16 UC Davis
  • 17 Northwest Missouri State
  • 18 Grand Valley State
  • 20 Fort Valley State
Dropped:
16 St. Cloud State
Dropped:
  • 9 Edinboro
  • 13 West Chester
Dropped:
  • 9 North Dakota
  • 11 East Texas State
  • 13 Missouri Southern
  • 15 Savannah State
Dropped:
  • 15 Fort Valley State
  • 20 Edinboro
Dropped:
  • 14 Elizabeth City State
  • 19 Sacramento State

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In the actual printed polls, IUP was listed as Indiana, Pa.
  2. ^ In the actual printed polls, Cal Poly was listed as Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
  3. ^ In the actual printed polls, Winston–Salem State was listed as Winston–Salem
  4. ^ In the actual printed polls, Elizabeth City State was listed as Elizabeth City

References[edit]

  1. ^ "NCAA Division II poll". Florida Today. Cocoa, Florida. August 28, 1991. p. 5C. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  2. ^ "NCAA Division II poll". Tallahassee Democrat. Tallahassee, Florida. September 17, 1991. p. 2D. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  3. ^ "NCAA Division II poll". Tallahassee Democrat. Tallahassee, Florida. September 24, 1991. p. 2D. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  4. ^ "NCAA Division II Poll". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. St. Louis, Missouri. October 2, 1991. p. 8D. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  5. ^ "NCAA Division II football Top 20". The Hartford Courant. Hartford, Connecticut. October 9, 1991. p. D8. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  6. ^ "Div. II Poll". The Anniston Star. Anniston, Alabama. October 16, 1991. p. 12B. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  7. ^ "Division II Poll". Star-Gazette. Elmira, New York. October 23, 1991. p. 2C. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  8. ^ "NCAA Division II". Philadelphia Daily News. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. October 30, 1991. p. 75. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  9. ^ "NCAA Division II". The Republic. Columbus, Indiana. November 6, 1991. p. B2. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  10. ^ "NCAA Division II". The Republic. Columbus, Indiana. November 13, 1991. p. B2. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access