2013 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings

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The following weekly polls comprise the 2013 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings which determine the top 25 teams at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level of college football for the 2013 season. The Sports Network poll is voted by media members while the Coaches' Poll is determined by coaches at the FCS level. Schools in transition to the NCAA Division I Football Bowl Subdivision level of college football (including Old Dominion, Appalachian State, and Georgia Southern) were ineligible for the Coaches' Poll.[1]

Legend[edit]

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

The Sports Network Poll[edit]

Preseason
Aug 13[2]
Week 1
Sep 2[3]
Week 2
Sep 9[4]
Week 3
Sep 16[5]
Week 4
Sep 23[6]
Week 5
Sep 30[7]
Week 6
Oct 7[8]
Week 7
Oct 14[9]
Week 8
Oct 21[10]
Week 9
Oct 28[11]
Week 10
Nov 4[12]
Week 11
Nov 11[13]
Week 12
Nov 18[14]
Week 13
Nov 25[15]
Week 14 (Final)
Jan 8
1.North Dakota State (127)North Dakota State (145) (1–0)North Dakota State (146) (2–0)North Dakota State (154) (2–0)North Dakota State (157) (3–0)North Dakota State (157) (4–0)North Dakota State (157) (5–0)North Dakota State (161) (6–0)North Dakota State (156) (7–0)North Dakota State (159) (8–0)North Dakota State (159) (8–0)North Dakota State (156) (9–0)North Dakota State (155) (10–0)North Dakota State (143) (11–0)1.
2.Montana State (1)Eastern Washington (7) (1–0)Eastern Washington (6) (2–0)Eastern Washington (2) (2–1)Eastern Washington (1) (2–1)Sam Houston State (1) (4–1)Sam Houston State (4–1)Sam Houston State (5–1)Eastern Illinois (6–1)Eastern Illinois (7–1)Eastern Illinois (8–1)Eastern Illinois (9–1)Eastern Illinois (10–1)Eastern Illinois (11–1)2.
3.Sam Houston State (5)Montana State (1–0)Montana State (1–1)Montana State (2–1)Towson (4–0)Towson (5–0)Towson (6–0)Eastern Illinois (5–1)Eastern Washington (5–2)Eastern Washington (6–2)Eastern Washington (7–2)Eastern Washington (8–2)Eastern Washington (9–2)Eastern Washington (10–2)3.
4.Eastern WashingtonSam Houston State (1–0)Towson (2–0)Towson (3–0)Sam Houston State (3–1)Northern Iowa (4–0)Northern Iowa (4–1)Eastern Washington (4–2)McNeese State (6–1)McNeese State (7–1)Montana State (7–2)Sam Houston State (8–2)Maine (10–1)Montana (10–2)4.
5.VillanovaTowson (1–0)Sam Houston State (1–1)Sam Houston State (2–1)Northern Iowa (3–0)Eastern Illinois (4–1)Eastern Illinois (4–1)Montana State (4–2)Montana State (5–2)Montana State (6–2)Coastal Carolina (9–0)Fordham (10–0)Montana (9–2)Towson (10–2)5.
6.South Dakota StateSouth Dakota State (1–0)South Dakota State (2–0)South Dakota State (3–0)South Dakota State (3–1)Eastern Washington (2–2)Eastern Washington (3–2)Coastal Carolina (6–0)Coastal Carolina (7–0)Coastal Carolina (8–0)Sam Houston State (7–2)Maine (9–1)McNeese State (9–2)McNeese State (10–2)6.
7.Central ArkansasCentral Arkansas (1–0)Northern Iowa (2–0)Northern Iowa (2–0)Montana (3–0)South Dakota State (3–2)Montana State (4–2)Towson (6–1)Sam Houston State (5–2)Towson (8–1)Fordham (9–0)Montana (8–2)Towson (9–2)Southeastern Louisiana (10–2)7.
8.WoffordVillanova (0–1)Central Arkansas (1–1)Eastern Illinois (3–0)Eastern Illinois (3–1)Montana State (3–2)Coastal Carolina (5–0)Fordham (7–0)Towson (7–1)Sam Houston State (6–2)Maine (8–1)Montana State (7–3)Southeastern Louisiana (9–2)Northern Arizona (9–2)8.
9.Georgia Southern (1)Northern Iowa (1–0)Eastern Illinois (2–0)Montana (2–0)McNeese State (4–0)Coastal Carolina (5–0)McNeese State (5–1)McNeese State (5–1)Fordham (8–0)Fordham (8–0)Youngstown State (8–1)McNeese State (8–2)Sam Houston State (8–3)Fordham (11–1)9.
10.New HampshireGeorgia Southern (1–0)Georgia Southern (2–0)Wofford (2–1)New Hampshire (1–1)Montana (3–1)Fordham (6–0)Montana (5–1)Montana (6–1)Maine (7–1)Montana (7–2)Towson (8–2)Northern Arizona (8–2)Maine (10–2)10.
11.TowsonNew Hampshire (0–0)Montana (1–0)New Hampshire (1–1)Montana State (2–2)McNeese State (4–1)Montana (4–1)Northern Iowa (4–2)Maine (6–1)Youngstown State (7–1)McNeese State (7–2)Coastal Carolina (9–1)Coastal Carolina (10–1)Coastal Carolina (10–2)11.
12.Appalachian StateCal Poly (1–0)New Hampshire (0–1)McNeese State (3–0)Coastal Carolina (4–0)Fordham (5–0)Wofford (3–2)Villanova (4–2)Wofford (5–2)Montana (6–2)Bethune-Cookman (8–1)Northern Arizona (7–2)Fordham (10–1)Bethune-Cookman (10–2)12.
13.Illinois StateMontana (1–0)McNeese State (2–0)Central Arkansas (1–2)Central Arkansas (2–2)Lehigh (4–0)South Dakota State (3–3)Wofford (4–2)Youngstown State (7–1)Bethune-Cookman (7–1)Towson (8–2)Charleston Southern (10–1)Montana State (7–4)South Dakota State (8–4)13.
14.Cal PolyEastern Illinois (1–0)Cal Poly (1–1)Georgia Southern (2–1)James Madison (3–1)Central Arkansas (2–2)Maine (5–1)Maine (5–1)Bethune-Cookman (6–1)Northern Arizona (6–2)Northern Arizona (7–2)Southeastern Louisiana (8–2)Bethune-Cookman (9–2)Sam Houston State (8–4)14.
15.RichmondRichmond (1–0)Richmond (1–1)Coastal Carolina (3–0)Georgia Southern (2–1)Northern Arizona (3–1)Villanova (3–2)South Dakota State (4–3)Lehigh (6–1)Samford (6–2)Delaware (7–2)Youngstown Sate (8–2)Youngstown State (8–3)New Hampshire (7–4)15.
16.Stony BrookWofford (0–1)Wofford (1–1)Stony Brook (1–1)Fordham (4–0)Georgia Southern (3–1)Bethune-Cookman (4–1)Youngstown State (6–1)Northern Arizona (5–2)New Hampshire (4–3)Southeastern Louisiana (7–2)William & Mary (7–3)South Dakota State (7–4)Montana State (7–5)16.
17.Northern IowaStony Brook (0–0)Stony Brook (1–0)James Madison (2–1)Wofford (2–2)Wofford (2–2)Lehigh (4–1)Bethune-Cookman (5–1)Northern Iowa (4–3)Wofford (5–3)Wofford (5–3)Chattanooga (8–2)Lehigh (8–2)Youngstown State (8–4)17.
18.Northern ArizonaMcNeese State (1–0)Illinois State (0–1)Cal Poly (1–2)Cal Poly (1–2)Cal Poly (2–2)Youngstown State (5–1)Lehigh (5–1)Villanova (4–3)Central Arkansas (5–3)Charleston Southern (9–1)Bethune-Cookman (8–2)Charleston Southern (10–2)Samford (8–4)18.
19.James MadisonIllinois State (0–1)Villanova (0–2)Bethune-Cookman (3–0)Villanova (1–2)New Hampshire (1–2)Northern Arizona (3–2)Northern Arizona (4–2)James Madison (5–2)South Dakota State (5–4)South Dakota State (5–4)South Dakota State (6–4)William & Mary (7–4)Tennessee State (9–3)19.
20.MontanaJames Madison (1–0)James Madison (1–1)Villanova (0–2)Bethune-Cookman (3–1)Villanova (2–2)Central Arkansas (2–3)James Madison (5–2)New Hampshire (3–3)Villanova (4–4)Samford (6–3)Lehigh (7–2)Southern Utah (8–3)Jacksonville State (9–3)20.
21.Eastern IllinoisAppalachian State (0–1)Coastal Carolina (2–0)Fordham (3–0)Lehigh (3–0)Bethune-Cookman (3–1)James Madison (4–2)Central Arkansas (3–3)Tennessee State (7–1)Delaware (6–2)Lehigh (6–2)Delaware (7–3)New Hampshire (6–4)Chattanooga (8–4)21.
22.LehighNorthern Arizona (0–1)Lehigh (1–0)Lehigh (2–0)Richmond (2–2)UT Martin (3–1)Georgia Southern (3–2)Samford (5–2)Samford (5–2)Lehigh (6–2)James Madison (6–3)Jacksonville State (8–2)Princeton (8–1)Southern Utah (8–4)22.
23.Bethune-CookmanLehigh (0–0)Bethune-Cookman (2–0)Richmond (1–2)UT Martin (2–1)Maine (4–1)Samford (4–2)Georgia Southern (4–2)Central Arkansas (4–3)Tennessee State (7–2)William & Mary (6–3)New Hampshire (5–4)Chattanooga (8–3)Charleston Southern (10–3)23.
24.ChattanoogaCoastal Carolina (1–0)Youngstown State (2–0)UT Martin (2–1)Northern Arizona (2–1)Delaware (4–1)Jacksonville State (5–1)Tennessee State (6–1)Georgia Southern (4–2)Charleston Southern (8–1)Chattanooga (7–2)Wofford (5–4)Samford (7–4)Lehigh (8–3)24.
25.Coastal CarolinaBethune-Cookman (1–0)Northern Arizona (0–1)Northern Arizona (1–1)Gardner–Webb (3–1)Gardner–Webb (4–1)New Hampshire (1–3)New Hampshire (2–3)South Dakota State (4–4)Southeastern Louisiana (6–2)New Hampshire (4–4)Princeton (7–1)Tennessee State (9–3)South Carolina State (9–3)25.
Preseason
Aug 13[2]
Week 1
Sep 2[3]
Week 2
Sep 9[4]
Week 3
Sep 16[5]
Week 4
Sep 23[6]
Week 5
Sep 30[7]
Week 6
Oct 7[8]
Week 7
Oct 14[9]
Week 8
Oct 21[10]
Week 9
Oct 28[11]
Week 10
Nov 4[12]
Week 11
Nov 11[13]
Week 12
Nov 18[14]
Week 13
Nov 25[15]
Week 14 (Final)
Jan 8
Dropped:
24. Chattanooga (0–1)
Dropped:
21. Appalachian State (0–2)
Dropped:
18. Illinois State (0–2)
24. Youngstown State (2–1)
Dropped:
16. Stony Brook (1–2)
Dropped:
14. James Madison (3–2)
22. Richmond (2–3)
Dropped:
18. Cal Poly (2–3)
22. UT Martin (3–2)
24. Delaware (4–2)
25. Gardner–Webb (4–2)
Dropped:
24. Jacksonville State (5–2)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
17. Northern Iowa (4–4)
19. James Madison (5–3)
24. Georgia Southern (4–3)
Dropped:
17. Central Arkansas (5–4)
20. Villanova (4–5)
23. Tennessee State (7–3)
Dropped:
20. Samford (6–4)
22. James Madison (6–4)
Dropped:
21. Delaware (7–4)
22. Jacksonville State (8–3)
24. Wofford (5–5)
Dropped:
19. William & Mary (7–5)
22. Princeton (8–2)
Dropped:
None

Coaches' Poll[edit]

Preseason
Aug 6[16]
Week 1
Sep 2[17]
Week 2
Sep 9[18]
Week 3
Sep 16[19]
Week 4
Sep 23[20]
Week 5
Sep 30[21]
Week 6
Oct 7[22]
Week 7
Oct 14[23]
Week 8
Oct 21[24]
Week 9
Oct 28[25]
Week 10
Nov 4[26]
Week 11
Nov 11[27]
Week 12
Nov 18[28]
Week 13
Nov 25[29]
Week 14 (Final)
Jan 8
1.North Dakota State (23)North Dakota State (26) (1–0)North Dakota State (26) (2–0)North Dakota State (26) (2–0)North Dakota State (26) (3–0)North Dakota State (26) (4–0)North Dakota State (25) (5–0)North Dakota State (26) (6–0)North Dakota State (26) (7–0)North Dakota State (26) (8–0)North Dakota State (26) (8–0)North Dakota State (26) (9–0)North Dakota State (26) (10–0)North Dakota State (25) (11–0)1.
2.Montana State (1)Eastern Washington (1–0)Eastern Washington (2–0)Montana State (2–1)Towson (4–0)Towson (5–0)Towson (6–0)Sam Houston State (5–1)Eastern Illinois (6–1)Eastern Illinois (7–1)Eastern Illinois (9–1)Eastern Illinois (9–1)Eastern Illinois (10–1)Eastern Illinois (11–1)2.
3.Eastern WashingtonMontana State (1–0)Montana State (1–1)Towson (3–0)Eastern Washington (2–1)Sam Houston State (4–1)Sam Houston State (4–1)Eastern Illinois (5–1)Coastal Carolina (7–0)Coastal Carolina (8–0)Coastal Carolina (9–0)Eastern Washington (8–2)Eastern Washington (9–2)Eastern Washington (10–2)3.
4.Sam Houston State (1)Sam Houston State (1–0)Towson (2–0)Eastern Washington (2–1)Sam Houston State (3–1)Northern Iowa (4–0)Eastern Illinois (4–1)Coastal Carolina (6–0)Eastern Washington (5–2)Eastern Washington (6–2)Eastern Washington (7–2)Sam Houston State (8–2)Maine (10–1)Towson (10–2)4.
5.WoffordCentral Arkansas (1–0)Sam Houston State (1–1)Sam Houston State (2–1)Northern Iowa (3–0)Eastern Illinois (4–1)Northern Iowa (4–1)Montana State (4–2)Montana State (5–2)Montana State (6–2)Montana State (7–2)Fordham (10–0)Towson (9–2)Montana (10–2)5.
6.Central ArkansasTowson (1–0)South Dakota State (2–0)South Dakota State (3–0)South Dakota State (3–1)Coastal Carolina (5–0)Coastal Carolina (5–0)Eastern Washington (4–2)Towson (7–1)Towson (8–1)Fordham (9–0)Maine (9–1)Montana (9–2)McNeese State (10–2)6.
7.South Dakota StateSouth Dakota State (1–0)Central Arkansas (1–1)Northern Iowa (2–0)New Hampshire (2–1) тMontana State (3–2)Montana State (4–2)Towson (6–1)McNeese State (6–1)McNeese State (7–1)Sam Houston State (7–2)Towson (8–2)Coastal Carolina (10–1)Southeastern Louisiana (10–2)7.
8.New HampshireNew Hampshire (0–0)Northern Iowa (2–0)Wofford (2–1)Montana (3–0) тEastern Washington (2–2)Eastern Washington (3–2)Fordham (7–0)Fordham (8–0) тFordham (8–0)Youngstown State (8–1)Montana (8–2)McNeese State (9–2)Maine (10–2)8.
9.VillanovaNorthern Iowa (1–0)New Hampshire (0–1)New Hampshire (1–1)McNeese (4–0)South Dakota State (3–2)Fordham (6–0)Montana (5–1)Sam Houston State (5–2) тSam Houston State (6–2)Maine (8–1)Coastal Carolina (9–1)Sam Houston State (8–3)Northern Arizona (9–2)9.
10.Illinois StateCal Poly (1–0)Wofford (1–1)Eastern Illinois (3–0)Montana State (2–2)Lehigh (4–0)Montana (4–1)McNeese State (5–1)Montana (6–1)Youngstown State (7–1)Bethune-Cookman (8–1)Montana State (7–3)Southeastern Louisiana (9–2)Fordham (11–1)10.
11.Cal PolyVillanova (0–1)Richmond (1–1)Montana (2–0)Coastal Carolina (4–0)Central Arkansas (2–2)McNeese State (5–1)Villanova (4–2)Wofford (5–2)Maine (7–1)Towson (8–2)McNeese State (8–2)Fordham (10–1)Coastal Carolina (10–2)11.
12.TowsonRichmond (1–0)Eastern Illinois (2–0)Stony Brook (1–1)Eastern Illinois (3–1)Montana (3–1)Wofford (3–2)Wofford (4–2)Youngstown State (7–1)Bethune-Cookman (7–1)Montana (7–2)Charleston Southern (10–1)Northern Arizona (8–2)Bethune-Cookman (10–2)12.
13.Stony BrookStony Brook (0–0)Stony Brook (1–0)McNeese State (3–0)Central Arkansas (2–2)Fordham (5–0)Bethune-Cookman (4–1)Northern Iowa (4–2)Bethune-Cookman (6–1)Montana (6–2)McNeese State (7–2)Northern Arizona (7–2)Montana State (7–4)South Dakota State (8–4)13.
14.RichmondWofford (0–1)Cal Poly (1–1)Central Arkansas (1–2)James Madison (3–1)McNeese State (4–1)Lehigh (4–1)Bethune-Cookman (5–1)Maine (6–1)Northern Arizona (6–2)Northern Arizona (7–2)Southeastern Louisiana (8–2)Bethune-Cookman (9–2)Sam Houston State (8–4)14.
15.James MadisonJames Madison (1–0)Montana (1–0)Coastal Carolina (3–0)Wofford (2–2)Wofford (2–2)Villanova (3–2)Youngstown State (6–1)Lehigh (6–1)Central Arkansas (5–3)Wofford (5–3)Youngstown State (8–2)Lehigh (8–2)New Hampshire (7–4)15.
16.Northern IowaEastern Illinois (1–0)Illinois State (0–1)James Madison (2–1)Fordham (4–0)Bethune-Cookman (3–1)Youngstown State (5–1)Lehigh (5–1)James Madison (5–2)Wofford (5–3)Charleston Southern (9–1)Bethune-Cookman (8–2)Charleston Southern (10–2)Samford (8–4)16.
17.LehighIllinois State (0–0)James Madison (1–1)Bethune-Cookman (3–0)Lehigh (3–0)Northern Arizona (3–1)Maine (5–1)Maine (5–1)Villanova (4–3)New Hampshire (4–3)Southeastern Louisiana (7–2)Lehigh (7–2)South Dakota State (7–4)Tennessee State (9–3)17.
18.Northern ArizonaMontana (1–0)McNeese State (2–0)Lehigh (2–0)Bethune-Cookman (3–1)New Hampshire (1–2)South Dakota State (3–3)South Dakota State (4–3)Northern Iowa (4–3)Charleston Southern (8–1)James Madison (6–3)Chattanooga (8–2)Youngstown State (8–3)Montana State (7–5)18.
19.Eastern Kentucky (1)Lehigh (0–0)Lehigh (1–0)Cal Poly (1–2)Cal Poly (1–2)Cal Poly (2–2)James Madison (4–2)James Madison (5–2)Northern Arizona (5–2)Samford (6–2)Lehigh (6–2)South Dakota State (6–4)Princeton (8–1)Youngstown State (8–4)19.
20.Bethune-CookmanMcNeese State (1–0)Villanova (0–2)Richmond (1–2)Richmond (2–2)Villanova (2–2)Central Arkansas (2–3)Central Arkansas (3–3)Central Arkansas (4–3)South Dakota State (5–4)South Dakota State (5–4)William & Mary (7–3)William & Mary (7–4)Charleston Southern (10–3)20.
21.Coastal CarolinaEastern Kentucky (1–0)Coastal Carolina (2–0)Fordham (3–0)Villanova (1–2)James Madison (3–1)Northern Arizona (3–2)Northern Arizona (4–2)Tennessee State (7–1)Lehigh (6–2)Delaware (7–2)Wofford (5–4)Chattanooga (8–3)Jacksonville State (9–3)21.
22.MontanaCoastal Carolina (1–0)Bethune-Cookman (2–0)Northern Arizona (1–1) тNorthern Arizona (2–1)Youngstown State (4–1)New Hampshire (1–3)Tennessee State (6–1)New Hampshire (3–3)Villanova (4–4)Samford (6–3)Delaware (7–3)Southern Utah (8–3)Harvard (9–1)22.
23.Eastern IllinoisBethune-Cookman (1–0)Youngstown State (2–0)Villanova (0–2) тStony Brook (1–2)Maine (4–1)Tennessee State (5–1)New Hampshire (2–3)Harvard (5–0)James Madison (5–3)Chattanooga (7–2)Jacksonville State (8–2)Samford (7–4)Chattanooga (8–4)23.
24.Youngstown StateNorthern Arizona (0–1)Northern Arizona (0–1)Illinois State (0–2)Illinois State (1–2)Gardner–Webb (4–1)Jacksonville State (5–1)Charleston Southern (7–0)Charleston Southern (7–1) тTennessee State (7–2)William & Mary (6–3) тPrinceton (7–1)New Hampshire (6–4)Lehigh (8–3)24.
25.ChattanoogaYoungstown State (1–0)Eastern Kentucky (1–1)Maine (3–0)Youngstown State (3–1)Delaware (4–1)Charleston Southern (6–0)Harvard (4–0)South Dakota State (4–4) тSoutheastern Louisiana (6–2)Central Arkansas (5–4) тJames Madison (6–4)Tennessee State (9–3)Southern Utah (8–4)25.
Preseason
Aug 6[16]
Week 1
Sep 2[17]
Week 2
Sep 9[18]
Week 3
Sep 16[19]
Week 4
Sep 23[20]
Week 5
Sep 30[21]
Week 6
Oct 7[22]
Week 7
Oct 14[23]
Week 8
Oct 21[24]
Week 9
Oct 28[25]
Week 10
Nov 4[26]
Week 11
Nov 11[27]
Week 12
Nov 18[28]
Week 13
Nov 25[29]
Week 14 (Final)
Jan 8
Dropped:
25. Chattanooga (0–1)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
23. Youngstown State (2–1)
25. Eastern Kentucky (1–2)
Dropped:
25. Maine (3–1)
Dropped:
20. Richmond (2–3)
23. Stony Brook (1–3)
24. Illinois State (1–3)
Dropped:
19. Cal Poly (2–3)
24. Gardner–Webb (4–2)
25. Delaware (4–2)
Dropped:
24. Jacksonville State (5–2)
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
18. Northern Iowa (4–4)
23. Harvard (5–1)
Dropped:
17. New Hampshire (4–4)
22. Villanova (4–5)
24. Tennessee State (7–3)
Dropped:
22. Samford (6–4)
24. Central Arkansas (5–5)
Dropped:
21. Wofford (5–5)
22. Delaware (7–4)
23. Jacksonville State (8–3)
25. James Madison (6–5)
Dropped:
19. Princeton (8–2)
20. William & Mary (7–5)
Dropped:
None

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