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Wednesday, September 8, 2010

The voters still have some respect for Fort Scott Community College's football team.

After an 0-2 start in which they've been outscored104-49, it was entirely possible that the Greyhounds could have dropped completely out of the NJCAA Football Poll when it was issued Wednesday morning. But the voters considered that those losses were to the defending national champion on the road and against then-No. 6 Butler and gave Fort Scott enough votes to keep them in the poll at No. 19.

Fort Scott lost to Butler 49-7 last Saturday and will host unranked Independence (0-2) at 1 p.m. Saturday at Frary Field.

Defending champ Blinn (2-0), which beat Fort Scott in the season opener, maintained its hold on No. 1 after whipping Southeast Prep 70-7 Saturday.

Staying at No. 2 is Arizona Western (1-0) which was off last week after opening its season with a 49-7 win over Monterrey Tech of Mexico (some reports, however, have this game listed as a scrimmage).

Butler (2-0) moved up to No. 4 after an opening victory over then No. 4 Navarro and the win last week over the Greyhounds.

Two other Jayhawk Conference teams moved up in the rankings. Hutchinson (2-0) is up one place to No. 8 this week after beating Independence 55-26. Coffeyville jumped from 18th to No. 10. The Red Ravens whipped Dodge City 72-7 last week and also had a season-opening 27-10 victory over then No. 14 Tyler.

Snow (Utah) rounds out the top five. The Badgers have a tough road trip scheduled this week at Georgia Military.

The second five has Ellsworth (Iowa) at No. 6 followed by Grand Rapids, Hutchinson, Navarro and Coffeyville.

The Mississippi conference also has four ranked teams with Gulf Coast leading the way. Jones County is 11th with Northwest Mississippi 15th and East Mississippi 16th.


"Next game" is this Saturday unless noted.

TeamRecordPtsPreLast weekNext game
1. Blinn2-01391def. Southeast Prep, 70-7at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M
2. Arizona Western1-01322Idlevs. Phoenix
3. Mississippi Gulf Coast1-01255def. No. 7 East Mississippi, 40-21Tonight vs. Mississippi Delta
4. Butler2-01196def. No. 3 Fort Scott, 49-7vs. Highland
5. Snow1-01108Idleat Georgia Military
6. Ellsworth (Iowa)2-01049def. Northeastern Okla. A&M, 21-20vs. Iowa Central
7. Grand Rapids2-09710def. ASA, 21-12vs. North Dakota Science
8. Hutchinson2-09011def. Independence, 55-26vs. Air Force Prep
9. Navarro1-1844def. No. 17 Georgia Military, 27-7at No. 18 Tyler, Sept. 18
10. Coffeyville2-07618def. Dodge City, 72-7at Garden City
11. Jones County (Miss.)1-05619def. Mississippi Delta, 34-3Tonight at Coahoma
12. Dean (Mass.)1-05415def. Navy Prep, 21-6at Bryant JV, Sunday
13. Iowa Western2-04523def. No. 12 Iowa Central, 36-0at Joliet
14. Rochester (Minn.)2-04320def. Vermillion, 42-7at Itasca
15. Northwest Mississippi1-04222def. No. 13 Pearl River, 27-17Tonight vs. East Central (Miss.)
16. East Mississippi0-1387lost to No. 5 Miss. Gulf Coast, 40-21Tonight vs. Hinds
17. Lackawanna (Pa.)1-03221def. Widener JV, 42-6vs. Globe Tech
18. Tyler1-12414def. Kilgore, 30-27, OTvs. No. 9 Navarro, Sept. 18
19. Fort Scott0-2133lost to No. 6 Butler, 49-7vs. Independence
20. Glendale (Ariz.)1-013NRdef. No. 16 Eastern Arizona, 17-14vs. Mesa

Others receiving votes

TeamRecordPtsPreLast weekNext game
Iowa Central0-1512lost to No. 23 Iowa Western, 36-0at No. 6 Ellsworth
Central Lakes (Minn.)2-0524def. Northland, 7-0at Mesabi Range
Georgia Military0-1417lost to No. 4 Navarro, 27-7vs. No. 5 Snow
Eastern Arizona0-1316lost to Glendale, 17-14at Pima
Joliet1-13NRlost to North Dakota Science, 40-26vs. No. 13 Iowa Western
Copiah-Lincoln1-03NRdef. Coahoma, 33-6Tonight vs. Holmes
Pearl River0-1113lost to No. 22 Northwest Miss., 27-17Tonight vs. Itawamba
Minnesota West2-01NRdef. Itasca, 26-9at Fon du Lac

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