2009 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings

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The 2009 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings are from the Sports Network media poll and the coaches poll. This is for the 2009 season.

Legend[edit]

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The Sports Network poll[edit]

Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 8[2]
Week 2
Sept 15[3]
Week 3
Sept 22[4]
Week 4
Sept 29[5]
Week 5
Oct 6[6]
Week 6
Oct 13[7]
Week 7
Oct 20[8]
Week 8
Oct 27[9]
Week 9
Nov 3[10]
Week 10
Nov 10[11]
Week 11
Nov 17[12]
Week 12
Nov 24[13]
Week 13
Postseason[14]
1. Appalachian State (79) Richmond (1–0) (103) Richmond (2–0) Richmond (3–0) (132) Richmond (4–0) (117) Richmond (4–0) (106) Richmond (5–0) (119) Richmond (6–0) (131) Richmond (7–0) (128) Richmond (8–0) (123) Southern Illinois (8–1) (37) Southern Illinois (9–1) (49) Southern Illinois (10–1) (36) Villanova (14–1) (101) 1.
2. Richmond (72) Appalachian State (0–1) (10) Villanova (2–0) Villanova (3–0) (9) Villanova (4–0) (13) Villanova (5–0) (26) Northern Iowa (5–1) (11) Montana (6–0) (5) Montana (7–0) (7) Montana (8–0) (9) Montana (9–0) (64) Villanova (9–1) (38) Villanova (10–1) (28) Montana (14–1) 2.
3. Montana (2) Villanova (1–0) (3) Northern Iowa (1–1) Northern Iowa (2–1) (6) Northern Iowa (3–1) (6) Northern Iowa (4–1) (5) Montana (5–0) Southern Illinois (5–1) (1) Southern Illinois (6–1) (2) Southern Illinois (7–1) (7) Villanova (8–1) (32) Montana (10–0) (45) Montana (11–0) (29) Appalachian State (11–3) 3.
4. Northern Iowa (2) Northern Iowa (0–1) (3) Montana (2–0) Montana (3–0) Montana (4–0) Montana (4–0) (1) New Hampshire (5–0) (1) Villanova (6–1) Villanova (7–1) (1) Villanova (7–1) (1) Richmond (8–1) Richmond (9–1) Richmond (10–1) William & Mary (11–3) 4.
5. Villanova (2) Montana (1–0) William & Mary (2–0) William & Mary (3–0) (2) William & Mary (4–0) (2) New Hampshire (4–0) (1) Southern Illinois (4–1) William & Mary (5–1) William & Mary (6–1) William & Mary (7–1) William & Mary (8–1) William & Mary (9–1) Appalachian State (9–2) (1) Richmond (11–2) 5.
6. James Madison (1) James Madison (0–0) New Hampshire (2–0) New Hampshire (2–0) (1) New Hampshire (3–0) (1) Southern Illinois (3–1) Villanova (5–1) Northern Iowa (5–2) Elon (6–1) Elon (7–1) Elon (8–1) Appalachian State (8–2) (3) William & Mary (9–2) Southern Illinois (11–2) 6.
7. Southern Illinois William & Mary (1–0) (3) James Madison (0–1) James Madison (1–1) James Madison (2–1) McNeese State (3–1) William & Mary (5–1) Elon (5–1) Appalachian State (5–2) Appalachian State (6–2) (1) Appalachian State (7–2) South Carolina State (9–1) (2) South Carolina State (10–1) New Hampshire (10–3) 7.
8. New Hampshire Southern Illinois (0–1) McNeese State (2–0) McNeese State (3–0) Southern Illinois (2–1) William & Mary (4–1) Elon (5–1) Appalachian State (4–2) New Hampshire (6–1) New Hampshire (7–1) New Hampshire (8–1) (1) McNeese State (8–2) McNeese State (9–2) South Carolina State (10–2) 8.
9. Weber State (1) New Hampshire (1–0) Southern Illinois (0–1) Southern Illinois (1–1) McNeese State (3–1) Appalachian State (2–2) Appalachian State (3–2) New Hampshire (5–1) South Dakota State (6–1) South Dakota State (7–1) South Carolina State (8–1) (1) Northern Iowa (7–3) Elon (9–2) Elon (9–3) 9.
10. Wofford Elon (1–0) Appalachian State (0–2) Appalachian State (0–2) Appalachian State (1–2) Elon (4–1) Central Arkansas (4–1) South Carolina State (5–1) South Carolina State (6–1) South Carolina State (7–1) (1) McNeese State (7–2) Elon (8–2) New Hampshire (9–2) Stephen F. Austin (10–3) 10.
11. Elon Weber State (0–1) Elon (2–0) Weber State (1–2) Weber State (2–2) Central Arkansas (3–1) South Carolina State (4–1) South Dakota State (5–1) Stephen F. Austin (6–1) Northern Iowa (5–3) Northern Iowa (6–3) New Hampshire (8–2) South Dakota State (8–3) South Dakota State (8–4) 11.
12. Cal Poly Cal Poly (0–0) Cal Poly (1–0) Central Arkansas (1–1) Elon (3–1) UMass (3–1) Jacksonville State (4–2) McNeese State (4–2) Northern Iowa (5–3) McNeese State (6–2) South Dakota State (7–2) South Dakota State (7–3) Stephen F. Austin (9–2) McNeese State (9–3) 12.
13. Central Arkansas Central Arkansas (0–1) Weber State (0–2) Elon (2–1) Central Arkansas (2–1) James Madison (2–2) McNeese State (3–2) Jacksonville State (4–2) McNeese State (5–2) Holy Cross (7–1) Holy Cross (8–1) Holy Cross (9–1) Eastern Washington (8–3) Eastern Washington (8–4) 13.
14. William & Mary Wofford (0–1) Wofford (1–1) South Carolina State (2–0) UMass (3–1) Eastern Washington (4–1) South Dakota State (4–1) UMass (4–2) Weber State (5–3) Eastern Illinois (7–2) Eastern Illinois (7–2) Eastern Illinois (8–2) Jacksonville State (8–3) Holy Cross (9–3) 14.
15. McNeese State South Carolina State (1–0) (1) South Carolina State (2–0) UMass (2–1) South Carolina State (3–0) Cal Poly (2–2) Weber State (3–3) Stephen F. Austin (5–1) Central Arkansas (5–2) Stephen F. Austin (6–2) Stephen F. Austin (7–2) Stephen F. Austin (8–2) Weber State (7–4) Prairie View A&M (9–1) 15.
16. South Carolina State (1) McNeese State (1–0) Central Arkansas (0–1) Cal Poly (1–1) South Dakota State (3–0) Eastern Kentucky (3–1) James Madison (2–3) Weber State (4–3) Delaware (5–2) Liberty (6–2) Liberty (7–2) Liberty (8–2) Northern Iowa (7–4) Jacksonville State (8–3) 16.
17. UMass UMass (0–1) UMass (1–1) South Dakota State (2–0) Eastern Washington (3–1) South Carolina State (3–1) Colgate (6–0) Colgate (7–0) Holy Cross (6–1) Jacksonville State (5–3) Jacksonville State (6–3) Jacksonville State (7–3) Holy Cross (9–2) Weber State (7–5) 17.
18. Eastern Washington Eastern Washington (1–0) South Dakota State (1–0) Wofford (1–2) Eastern Kentucky (2–1) Jacksonville State (3–2) UMass (3–2) Central Arkansas (4–2) Cal Poly (4–3) Colgate (8–1) Eastern Washington (6–3) Eastern Washington (7–3) Prairie View A&M (8–1) Northern Iowa (7–4) 18.
19. Maine Texas State (1–0) Texas State (1–0) Eastern Washington (2–1) Cal Poly (1–2) Holy Cross (4–0) Cal Poly (2–3) Delaware (5–2) UMass (4–3) Weber State (5–4) Weber State (5–4) Weber State (6–4) Eastern Illinois (8–3) Eastern Illinois (8–4) 19.
20. Texas State Maine (1–0) Maine (2–0) Eastern Kentucky (1–1) Jacksonville State (2–2) South Dakota State (3–1) Stephen F. Austin (4–1) Cal Poly (3–3) Eastern Illinois (6–2) Central Arkansas (5–3) Lafayette (8–1) Prairie View A&M (7–1) Colgate (9–2) Pennsylvania (8–2) 20.
21. Jacksonville State South Dakota State (0–0) Eastern Washington (1–1) Holy Cross (3–0) Holy Cross (3–0) Weber State (2–3) Eastern Washington (4–2) Eastern Kentucky (4–2) Northern Arizona (5–2) Eastern Washington (6–3) Prairie View A&M (6–1) Lafayette (8–2) Pennsylvania (8–2) Colgate (9–2) 21.
22. South Dakota State Eastern Kentucky (0–1) Eastern Kentucky (0–1) Jacksonville State (1–2) Texas State (2–1) Florida A&M (4–0) Florida A&M (4–1) Holy Cross (5–1) Jacksonville State (4–3) Prairie View A&M (5–1) Florida A&M (7–2) Colgate (9–2) Liberty (8–3) Liberty (8–3) 22.
23. Harvard Jacksonville State (0–1) Holy Cross (2–0) Texas State (1–1) Eastern Illinois (4–0) Colgate (5–0) Delaware (4–2) Liberty (4–2) Liberty (5–2) Delaware (5–3) Delaware (6–3) Montana State (7–3) Florida A&M (8–3) Florida A&M (8–3) 23.
24. Eastern Kentucky Harvard (0–0) Jacksonville State (0–2) Eastern Illinois (3–0) Florida A&M (4–0) Montana State (3–1) Eastern Kentucky (3–2) Northern Arizona (4–2) Colgate (7–1) Florida A&M (6–2) Colgate (8–2) Pennsylvania (7–2) Lafayette (8–3) Lafayette (8–3) 24.
25. Grambling State т Holy Cross (1–0) Harvard (0–0) Liberty (2–1) Colgate (4–0) Eastern Illinois (4–1) Holy Cross (4–1) Eastern Illinois (5–2) Prairie View A&M (5–1) Lafayette (7–1) Texas State (6–3) Delaware (6–4) Texas State (7–4) Texas State (7–4) 25.
26. Holy Cross т                           26.
Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 8[2]
Week 2
Sept 15[3]
Week 3
Sept 22[4]
Week 4
Sept 29[5]
Week 5
Oct 6[6]
Week 6
Oct 13[7]
Week 7
Oct 20[8]
Week 8
Oct 27[9]
Week 9
Nov 3[10]
Week 10
Nov 10[11]
Week 11
Nov 17[12]
Week 12
Nov 24[13]
Week 13
Postseason[14]
Dropped:
25 Grambling State
None Dropped:
  • 20 Maine
  • 25 Harvard
Dropped:
  • 18 Wofford
  • 25 Liberty
Dropped:
22 Texas State
Dropped:
  • 24 Montana State
  • 25 Eastern Illinois
Dropped:
  • 16 James Madison
  • 21 Eastern Washington
  • 22 Florida A&M
Dropped:
21 Eastern Kentucky
Dropped:
  • 18 Cal Poly
  • 19 UMass
  • 21 Northern Arizona
Dropped:
20 Central Arkansas
Dropped:
  • 22 Florida A&M
  • 25 Texas State
Dropped:
  • 23 Montana State
  • 25 Delaware
None

The Coaches poll[edit]

Preseason
[15]
Week 1
Sept 8[16]
Week 2
Sept 15[17]
Week 3
Sept 22[18]
Week 4
Sept 29[19]
Week 5
Oct 6[20]
Week 6
Oct 13[21]
Week 7
Oct 20[22]
Week 8
Oct 27[23]
Week 9
Nov 3[24]
Week 10
Nov 10[25]
Week 11
Nov 17[26]
Week 12
Nov 24[27]
Week 13
Postseason
1. Appalachian State (13) Richmond (1–0) (24) Richmond (2–0) (25) Richmond (3–0) (25) Richmond (4–0) (28) Richmond (4–0) (27) Richmond (5–0) (28) Richmond (6–0) (28) Richmond (7–0) (28) Richmond (8–0) Montana (9–0) (16) Montana (10–0) (17) Montana (11–0) Villanova (14–1) 1.
2. Richmond (10) Appalachian State (0–1) (3) Villanova (2–0) Villanova (3–0) Villanova (4–0) Villanova (5–0) (1) Montana (5–0) Montana (6–0) Montana (7–0) Montana (8–0) Southern Illinois (8–1) (6) Southern Illinois (9–1) (7) Southern Illinois (10–1) Montana (14–1) 2.
3. Montana Villanova (1–0) Montana (2–0) Montana (3–0) Montana (4–0) Montana (4–0) Northern Iowa (5–1) Southern Illinois (5–1) Southern Illinois (6–1) Southern Illinois (7–1) Villanova (8–1) (6) Villanova (9–1) (4) Villanova (10–1) Appalachian State (11–3) т 3.
4. Northern Iowa (1) Montana (1–0) Northern Iowa (1–1) Northern Iowa (2–1) Northern Iowa (3–1) Northern Iowa (4–1) New Hampshire (5–0) Villanova (6–1) Villanova (7–1) Villanova (7–1) Richmond (8–1) т Richmond (9–1) Richmond (10–1) William & Mary (11–3) т 4.
5. Villanova (1) Northern Iowa (0–1) William & Mary (2–0) William & Mary (3–0) William & Mary (4–0) New Hampshire (4–0) Southern Illinois (4–1) William & Mary (5–1) William & Mary (6–1) William & Mary (7–1) William & Mary (8–1) т William & Mary (9–1) Appalachian State (9–2) Richmond (11–2) 5.
6. James Madison James Madison (0–0) James Madison (0–1) James Madison (1–1) James Madison (2–1) Southern Illinois (3–1) Villanova (5–1) Northern Iowa (5–2) Elon (6–1) Elon (7–1) Elon (8–1) Appalachian State (8–2) William & Mary (9–2) Southern Illinois (11–2) 6.
7. Southern Illinois William & Mary (1–0) (1) New Hampshire (2–0) New Hampshire (2–0) New Hampshire (3–0) McNeese State (3–1) William & Mary (5–1) Elon (5–1) New Hampshire (6–1) New Hampshire (7–1) New Hampshire (8–1) South Carolina State (9–1) South Carolina State (10–1) New Hampshire (10–3) 7.
8. New Hampshire Southern Illinois (0–1) Southern Illinois (0–1) Southern Illinois (1–1) Southern Illinois (2–1) William & Mary (4–1) Central Arkansas (4–1) New Hampshire (5–1) Appalachian State (5–2) Appalachian State (6–2) Appalachian State (7–2) McNeese State (8–2) McNeese State (9–2) South Carolina State (10–2) 8.
9. Weber State New Hampshire (1–0) Appalachian State (0–2) McNeese State (3–0) (1) McNeese State (3–1) Central Arkansas (3–1) Elon (5–1) Appalachian State (4–2) South Dakota State (6–1) South Dakota State (7–1) South Carolina State (8–1) New Hampshire (8–2) Elon (9–2) Stephen F. Austin (10–3) 9.
10. Wofford Weber State (0–1) McNeese State (2–0) (1) Appalachian State (0–2) Appalachian State (1–2) Appalachian State (2–2) Appalachian State (3–2) South Carolina State (5–1) South Carolina State (6–1) South Carolina State (7–1) McNeese State (7–2) Elon (8–2) New Hampshire (9–2) Elon (9–3) 10.
11. Elon Elon (1–0) Elon (2–0) Weber State (1–2) Weber State (2–2) Elon (4–1) McNeese State (3–2) McNeese State (4–2) McNeese State (5–2) McNeese State (6–2) Northern Iowa (6–3) Northern Iowa (7–3) South Dakota State (8–3) South Dakota State (8–4) 11.
12. Central Arkansas Central Arkansas (0–1) Weber State (0–2) Central Arkansas (1–1) Central Arkansas (2–1) James Madison (2–2) South Carolina State (4–1) Jacksonville State (4–2) Central Arkansas (5–2) Northern Iowa (5–3) South Dakota State (7–2) South Dakota State (7–3) Stephen F. Austin (9–2) McNeese State (9–3) 12.
13. Cal Poly Cal Poly (0–0) Central Arkansas (0–1) Elon (2–1) Elon (3–1) UMass (3–1) Jacksonville State (4–2) South Dakota State (5–1) Weber State (5–3) Eastern Illinois (7–2) Eastern Illinois (7–2) Eastern Illinois (8–2) т Jacksonville State (8–3) Eastern Washington (8–4) 13.
14. William & Mary Wofford (0–1) Cal Poly (1–0) Cal Poly (1–1) South Carolina State (3–0) Cal Poly (2–2) South Dakota State (4–1) Central Arkansas (4–2) Northern Iowa (5–3) Holy Cross (7–1) Holy Cross (8–1) Holy Cross (9–1) т Eastern Washington (8–3) Holy Cross (9–3) 14.
15. McNeese State South Carolina State (1–0) Wofford (1–1) UMass (2–1) South Dakota State (3–0) Eastern Washington (4–1) Weber State (3–3) Weber State (4–3) Stephen F. Austin (6–1) Jacksonville State (5–3) Jacksonville State (6–3) Jacksonville State (7–3) Northern Iowa (7–4) Eastern Illinois (8–4) 15.
16. South Carolina State McNeese State (1–0) South Carolina State (2–0) South Carolina State (2–0) UMass (3–1) South Carolina State (3–1) James Madison (2–3) UMass (4–2) Cal Poly (4–3) Eastern Washington (6–3) Liberty (7–2) Stephen F. Austin (8–2) Prairie View A&M (8–1) Jacksonville State (8–3) 16.
17. Eastern Washington Eastern Washington (1–0) UMass (1–1) Wofford (1–2) Cal Poly (1–2) Eastern Kentucky (3–1) Eastern Washington (4–2) Colgate (7–0) Holy Cross (6–1) Liberty (6–2) Stephen F. Austin (7–2) Liberty (8–2) Eastern Illinois (8–3) Weber State (7–5) 17.
18. UMass UMass (0–1) Texas State (1–0) South Dakota State (2–0) Eastern Washington (3–1) Jacksonville State (3–2) Colgate (6–0) Stephen F. Austin (5–1) Delaware (5–2) Stephen F. Austin (6–2) Eastern Washington (6–3) Eastern Washington (7–3) Weber State (7–4) Northern Iowa (7–4) 18.
19. Jacksonville State Texas State (1–0) Maine (2–0) Texas State (1–1) Texas State (2–1) South Dakota State (3–1) Cal Poly (2–3) Cal Poly (3–3) Eastern Illinois (6–2) Central Arkansas (5–3) Prairie View A&M (6–1) Prairie View A&M (7–1) Holy Cross (9–2) Prairie View A&M (9–1) 19.
20. Maine Maine (1–0) Eastern Washington (1–1) Eastern Washington (2–1) Jacksonville State (2–2) Holy Cross (4–0) UMass (3–2) Eastern Kentucky (4–2) Jacksonville State (4–3) Colgate (8–1) Lafayette (8–1) Weber State (6–4) Colgate (9–2) Colgate (9–2) 20.
21. Texas State Jacksonville State (0–1) South Dakota State (1–0) Jacksonville State (1–2) Eastern Kentucky (2–1) Weber State (2–3) Stephen F. Austin (4–1) Eastern Washington (4–3) Eastern Washington (5–3) Weber State (5–4) Florida A&M (7–2) Colgate (9–2) Florida A&M (8–3) Liberty (8–3) 21.
22. Harvard Harvard (0–0) Jacksonville State (0–2) Eastern Kentucky (1–1) Holy Cross (3–0) Florida A&M (4–0) Florida A&M (4–1) Holy Cross (5–1) Northern Arizona (5–2) Prairie View A&M (5–1) Weber State (5–4) Lafayette (8–2) Liberty (8–3) Florida A&M (8–3) 22.
23. South Dakota State Eastern Kentucky (0–1) Eastern Kentucky (0–1) Holy Cross (3–0) Florida A&M (4–0) Montana State (3–1) Eastern Kentucky (3–2) Delaware (5–2) UMass (4–3) Florida A&M (6–2) Delaware (6–3) Montana State (7–3) Pennsylvania (8–2) Pennsylvania (8–2) 23.
24. Hofstra Liberty (0–1) Liberty (1–1) Liberty (2–1) Eastern Illinois (4–0) Colgate (5–0) Holy Cross (4–1) Eastern Illinois (5–2) Liberty (5–2) Lafayette (7–1) Colgate (8–2) Florida A&M (7–3) Lafayette (8–3) Texas State (7–4) 24.
25. Grambling State South Dakota State (0–0) Harvard (0–0) Florida A&M (3–0) Montana State (2–1) Eastern Illinois (4–1) Eastern Illinois (4–2) Northern Arizona (4–2) Colgate (7–1) т Delaware (5–3) Texas State (6–3) Pennsylvania (7–2) Montana State (7–4) Lafayette (8–3) 25.
26.                 Prairie View A&M (5–1) т           26.
Preseason
[15]
Week 1
Sept 8[16]
Week 2
Sept 15[17]
Week 3
Sept 22[18]
Week 4
Sept 29[19]
Week 5
Oct 6[20]
Week 6
Oct 13[21]
Week 7
Oct 20[22]
Week 8
Oct 27[23]
Week 9
Nov 3[24]
Week 10
Nov 10[25]
Week 11
Nov 17[26]
Week 12
Nov 24[27]
Week 13
Postseason
Dropped:
  • 24 Hofstra
  • 25 Grambling State
None Dropped:
  • 19 Maine
  • 25 Harvard
Dropped:
  • 17 Wofford
  • 24 Liberty
Dropped:
19 Texas State
Dropped:
23 Montana State
Dropped:
  • 16 James Madison
  • 22 Florida A&M
Dropped:
20 Eastern Kentucky
Dropped:
  • 16 Cal Poly
  • 22 Northern Arizona
  • 23 UMass
Dropped:
19 Central Arkansas
Dropped:
  • 23 Delaware
  • 25 Texas State
None Dropped:
25 Montana State

Notes[edit]

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