New Hampshire Football Report

UNH remains at No. 11

 RICHMOND, Va. – Four CAA Football teams were ranked and four others received votes in the first regular-season Stats Perform FCS Top 25 poll, presented by FedEx Ground.

William & Mary (1-0) remained at No. 4 in the poll following a 34-24 victory at Campbell last Thursday. The Tribe faces Wofford in its home opener on Saturday night.

New Hampshire (1-0) stayed at No. 11 after it rolled to a 51-17 win at Stonehill last week. The Wildcats are back on the road against MAC member Central Michigan on Saturday.

Delaware (1-0) jumped up three spots to No. 19 following its 37-13 triumph at Stony Brook last Thursday. The Blue Hens face a tough task this Saturday as they travel to Penn State.

Rhode Island (0-1) is ranked No. 22 after a 42-35 setback at FBS member Georgia State. The Rams entertain Stony Brook for their home opener on Friday night.

Richmond (0-1), Villanova (1-0), Elon (0-1) and UAlbany (1-1) were among other teams receiving votes.

CAA Football’s four ranked teams trailed only the Big Sky and Missouri Valley with six apiece. When adding in the four squads that received votes, CAA Football’s eight teams in the poll were the most of any conference.


  1. South Dakota State
  2. North Dakota State
  3. Montana State
  4. William & Mary
  5. Holy Cross
  6. Furman
  7. Idaho
  8. Samford
  9. Sacramento State
  10. UIW
  11. New Hampshire
  12. Weber State
  13. Montana
  14. Southeast Missouri
  15. UC Davis
  16. Southeastern Louisiana
  17. North Dakota
  18. North Carolina Central
  19. Delaware
  20. Mercer
  21. Northern Iowa
  22. Rhode Island
  23. Florida A&M
  24. Southern Illinois
  25. Youngstown State

RV: Eastern Kentucky, Richmond, Central Arkansas, Gardner-Webb, VillanovaElon, UT Martin, Abilene Christian, Morgan State, UAlbany, Yale, Jackson State, Tarleton, St. Thomas, Saint Francis


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