2013 NCAA Division II football rankings

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The 2013 NCAA Division II football rankings are from the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA). This is for the 2013 season.

Legend[edit]

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American Football Coaches Association poll[edit]

Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 10[2]
Week 2
Sept 17[3]
Week 3
Sept 24[4]
Week 4
Oct 1[5]
Week 5
Oct 8[6]
Week 6
Oct 15[7]
Week 7
Oct 22[8]
Week 8
Oct 29[9]
Week 9
Nov 5[10]
Week 10
Nov 12[11]
Week 11
Nov 19[12]
Week 12
Postseason[13]
1.Valdosta State (26)Valdosta State (1–0) (29)Valdosta State (1–0) (28)Valdosta State (2–0) (29)Valdosta State (3–0) (30)Valdosta State (4–0) (28)Minnesota State (6–0) (26)Minnesota State (7–0) (25)Minnesota State (8–0) (25)Minnesota State (9–0) (22)Minnesota State (10–0) (21)Minnesota State (11–0) (21)Northwest Missouri State (15–0) (32)1.
2.Minnesota State (3) [note 1]Minnesota State (1–0) (2)Minnesota State (2–0) (3)Minnesota State (3–0) (2)Minnesota State (4–0) (2)Minnesota State (5–0) (2)Northwest Missouri State (6–0) (4)Northwest Missouri State (7–0) (7)Northwest Missouri State (8–0) (7)Northwest Missouri State (9–0) (9)Northwest Missouri State (10–0) (10)Northwest Missouri State (11–0) (10)Lenoir–Rhyne (13–2)2.
3.West Texas A&M (1)Northwest Missouri State (1–0)Northwest Missouri State (2–0)Northwest Missouri State (3–0)Northwest Missouri State (4–0)Northwest Missouri State (5–0)CSU–Pueblo (6–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (7–0)CSU–Pueblo (8–0)CSU–Pueblo (9–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (10–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (11–0) (1)Grand Valley State (12–3)3.
4.Northwest Missouri State (1)West Texas A&M (1–0)West Texas A&M (2–0)West Texas A&M (3–0)West Texas A&M (4–0)West Texas A&M (5–0) (1)Missouri Western State (6–0) (1)Missouri Western State (7–0)Henderson State (8–0)Henderson State (9–0)Henderson State (10–0)Henderson State (11–0)West Chester (13–2)4.
5.Winston–Salem StateCSU–Pueblo (1–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (2–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (3–0) (1)CSU–Pueblo (4–0)CSU–Pueblo (5–0) (1)Henderson State (6–0)Henderson State (7–0)Bloomsburg (8–0)Minnesota–Duluth (8–1)Minnesota–Duluth (9–1)Minnesota–Duluth (10–1)St. Cloud State (12–2)5.
6.Missouri Western StateMissouri Western State (1–0)Missouri Western State (2–0)Missouri Western State (3–0)Missouri Western State (4–0)Missouri Western State (5–0)Bloomsburg (6–0)Bloomsburg (7–0)Minnesota–Duluth (7–1)Pittsburg State (8–1)Pittsburg State (9–1)Shepherd (10–0)Minnesota State (11–1)6.
7.ShippensburgMinnesota–Duluth (1–0)Minnesota–Duluth (2–0)IUP (3–0)IUP (4–0)IUP (5–0)Pittsburg State (6–0)Minnesota–Duluth (6–1)Pittsburg State (7–1)Shepherd (8–0)Shepherd (9–0)Ohio Dominican (10–0)CSU–Pueblo (11–1)7.
8.CSU–PuebloIUP (1–0)IUP (2–0)Henderson State (3–0)Henderson State (4–0)Henderson State (5–0)West Alabama (5–1)UNC Pembroke (6–0)Washburn (8–0)West Chester (9–0)Ohio Dominican (9–0)UNC Pembroke (9–1)Minnesota–Duluth (11–2)8.
9.AshlandHenderson State (1–0)Henderson State (2–0)Grand Valley State (3–0)Bloomsburg (4–0)Bloomsburg (5–0)Minnesota–Duluth (5–1)Shepherd (7–0)Shepherd (7–0)Ohio Dominican (8–0)Winston–Salem State (9–1)Winston–Salem State (9–1)Shepherd (11–1)9.
10.IUP [note 2]Grand Valley State (1–0)Grand Valley State (2–0)Carson–Newman (3–0)Pittsburg State (4–0)Pittsburg State (5–0)UNC Pembroke (5–0)Washburn (7–0)West Chester (8–0)Emporia State (8–0)UNC Pembroke (8–1)Indianapolis (10–1)North Alabama (10–3)10.
11.Minnesota–DuluthCarson–Newman (1–0)Carson–Newman (2–0)Bloomsburg (3–0)Minnesota–Duluth (3–1)Minnesota–Duluth (4–1)Shepherd (6–0)Valdosta State (5–1)Ohio Dominican (7–0)Winston–Salem State (8–1)Indianapolis (9–1)Bloomsburg (10–1)West Texas A&M (11–3)11.
12.New HavenWest Alabama (1–0)Indianapolis (2–0)Pittsburg State (3–0)Shepherd (4–0)Shepherd (5–0)Valdosta State (4–1)Pittsburg State (6–1)Missouri Western State (7–1)Midwestern State (7–1)Bloomsburg (9–1)St. Cloud State (10–1)Ohio Dominican (10–1)12.
13.Henderson StateMidwestern State (0–0)Bloomsburg (2–0)Minnesota–Duluth (2–1)UNC Pembroke (4–0)UNC Pembroke (4–0)Washburn (6–0)West Chester (7–0)Winston–Salem State (7–1)Indianapolis (8–1)St. Cloud State (9–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (10–1)Henderson State (11–1)13.
14.Grand Valley StateIndianapolis (1–0)Pittsburg State (2–0)Shepherd (3–0)West Alabama (3–1)West Alabama (4–1)Tarleton State (5–0)Ohio Dominican (7–0)Emporia State (7–0)UNC Pembroke (7–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (9–1)Emporia State (9–1)Winston–Salem State (10–2)14.
15.Midwestern StateBloomsburg (1–0)Shepherd (2–0)West Alabama (2–1)Washburn (4–0)Washburn (5–0)West Chester (6–0)Winston–Salem State (6–1)West Texas A&M (7–1)Washburn (8–1)Saginaw Valley State (9–1)West Chester (10–1)UNC Pembroke (9–2)15.
16.West AlabamaPittsburg State (1–0)West Alabama (1–1)UNC Pembroke (3–0)Winston–Salem State (3–1)Winston–Salem State (4–1)Winston–Salem State (5–1)West Texas A&M (6–1)Carson–Newman (7–1)Bloomsburg (8–1)Emporia State (8–1)North Alabama (8–2)Bloomsburg (10–2)16.
17.Carson–NewmanShepherd (1–0)Tuskegee (2–0)Winston–Salem State (2–1)West Chester (4–0)West Chester (5–0)West Texas A&M (5–1)Emporia State (7–0)Midwestern State (6–1)St. Cloud State (8–1)West Chester (9–1)Pittsburg State (9–2)Carson–Newman (10–3)17.
18.BloomsburgChadron State (1–0)UNC Pembroke (2–0)Washburn (3–0)St. Cloud State (4–0)Carson–Newman (4–1)Ohio Dominican (6–0)Carson–Newman (6–1) тIndianapolis (7–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (8–1)Slippery Rock (9–1)Carson–Newman (9–2)Indianapolis (10–2)18.
19.IndianapolisTuskegee (1–0)Winston–Salem State (1–1)West Chester (3–0)Chadron State (3–1)Chadron State (4–1)Carson–Newman (5–1)Midwestern State (5–1) тUNC Pembroke (6–1)Saginaw Valley State (8–1)Missouri Western State (8–2)West Texas A&M (9–2)Pittsburg State (10–2)19.
20.Chadron StateWinston–Salem State (0–1)West Chester (2–0)St. Cloud State (3–0)Carson–Newman (3–1)Ohio Dominican (5–0)Emporia State (6–0)Indianapolis (6–1)West Alabama (6–2)Slippery Rock (8–1)North Alabama (7–2)Slippery Rock (9–2)Emporia State (9–2)20.
21.Pittsburg StateAshland (0–1)Chadron State (1–1)Chadron State (2–1)Indianapolis (3–1)Indianapolis (4–1)Indianapolis (5–1)West Alabama (5–2)St. Cloud State (7–1)Newberry (8–1)Carson–Newman (8–2)Saginaw Valley State (9–2)Slippery Rock (9–3)21.
22.Saginaw Valley StateNorth Alabama (1–0)Washburn (2–0)Indianapolis (2–1)Tarleton State (3–0)Tarleton State (4–0)IUP (5–1)St. Cloud State (6–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (7–1)Missouri Western State (7–2)Virginia State (9–1)Grand Valley State (9–2)Saginaw Valley State (9–3)22.
23.Lenoir–RhyneUNC Pembroke (1–0) тSt. Cloud State (2–0)Midwestern State (1–1)Ohio Dominican (4–0)Emporia State (5–0)Newberry (6–0)Tarleton State (5–1)Saginaw Valley State (7–1)Tuskegee (8–1)Washburn (8–2)IUP (9–2)Newberry (9–3)23.
24.TuskegeeWest Chester (1–0) тNorth Alabama (1–1)Emporia State (3–0)Emporia State (4–0)Grand Valley State (4–1)Midwestern State (4–1)Lenoir–Rhyne (6–1)Slippery Rock (7–1)North Alabama (6–2)Midwestern State (7–2)Virginia State (9–1)IUP (9–2)24.
25.ShepherdDelta State (1–0)Midwestern State (0–1)Tarleton State (2–0)Grand Valley State (3–1)Midwestern State (3–1)St. Cloud State (5–1)Saginaw Valley State (6–1)Newberry (7–1)Carson–Newman (7–2) тWest Texas A&M (8–2)Newberry (9–2)Tuskegee (8–3)25.
26.         Virginia State (8–1) т   26.
Preseason
[1]
Week 1
Sept 10[2]
Week 2
Sept 17[3]
Week 3
Sept 24[4]
Week 4
Oct 1[5]
Week 5
Oct 8[6]
Week 6
Oct 15[7]
Week 7
Oct 22[8]
Week 8
Oct 29[9]
Week 9
Nov 5[10]
Week 10
Nov 12[11]
Week 11
Nov 19[12]
Week 12
Postseason[13]
Dropped:
  • 7 Shippensburg
  • 12 New Haven
  • 22 Saginaw Valley State
  • 23 Lenoir–Rhyne
Dropped:
  • 21 Ashland
  • 25 Delta State
Dropped:
  • 17 Tuskegee
  • 24 North Alabama
Dropped:
23 Midwestern State
Dropped:
18 St. Cloud State
Dropped:
  • 19 Chadron State
  • 24 Grand Valley State
Dropped:
  • 22 IUP
  • 23 Newberry
Dropped:
  • 11 Valdosta State
  • 23 Tarleton State
Dropped:
  • 15 West Texas A&M
  • 20 West Alabama
Dropped:
  • 21 Newberry
  • 23 Tuskegee
Dropped:
  • 19 Missouri Western State
  • 23 Washburn
  • 24 Midwestern State
Dropped:
24 Virginia State

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In the actual printed polls, Minnesota State was listed as Minnesota State–Mankato
  2. ^ In the actual printed polls, IUP was listed as Indiana (PA)

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "AFCA Division II Coaches Poll". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. September 10, 2013. p. D-6. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  3. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. September 17, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  4. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. September 24, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  5. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. October 1, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
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  7. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. October 15, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  8. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. October 22, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  9. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. October 29, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  10. ^ "AFCA Division II Top 25". Herald and Review. Decatur, Illinois. November 5, 2013. p. B2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  11. ^ "AFCA Division II Coaches Poll". Great Falls Tribune. Great Falls, Montana. November 12, 2013. p. S-2. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  12. ^ "Division II AFCA Coaches Poll". The Morning Call. Allentown, Pennsylvania. November 20, 2013. p. Sports 8. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access
  13. ^ "Division II football". News-Press. Fort Myers, Florida. December 24, 2013. p. C8. Retrieved June 9, 2017 – via Newspapers.com.open access