2010 Div. I-AA (FCS) College Football Power Ratings

Last updated: Tuesday, January 11, 2011 - final ratings

These ratings are based on several factors, including win-loss record, schedule
strength, and margin of victory in games.  The most recent games are counted 
with more emphasis than those played earlier in the season.  Games against
non-Division I opponents are shown in these records, but don't count in the 
power ratings.

I-AA FOOTBALL (FCS) W L RATING
1 Delaware 12 3 111.9
2 Villanova 9 5 111.8
3 Eastern Washington 13 2 109.9
4 William & Mary 8 4 108.8
5 Appalachian State 10 3 107.9
6 New Hampshire 8 5 107.1
7 Georgia Southern 10 5 106.9
8 Wofford 10 3 106.6
9 Stephen F. Austin 9 3 102.8
10 James Madison 6 5 102.6
11 Sacramento State 6 5 102.1
12 Chattanooga 6 5 101.8
13 North Dakota State 9 5 101.2
14 Massachusetts 6 5 100.3
15 Elon 6 5 100.0
16 Western Illinois 8 5 99.6
17 Northern Arizona 6 5 99.4
18 Montana State 9 3 99.4
19 Jacksonville State 9 3 99.3
20 Richmond 6 5 98.9
21 Northern Iowa 7 5 98.8
22 Southern Utah 6 5 97.7
23 South Dakota State 5 6 97.3
24 Southeast Missouri State 9 3 97.1
25 Furman 5 6 96.7
26 Montana 7 4 96.6
27 Pennsylvania 9 1 96.1
28 Weber State 6 5 96.0
29 Liberty 8 3 95.9
30 Lehigh 10 3 95.2
31 California-Davis 6 5 94.9
32 McNeese State 6 5 94.6
33 Cal Poly 7 4 94.4
34 Rhode Island 5 6 94.1
35 Southern Illinois 5 6 94.0
36 Central Arkansas 7 4 94.0
37 Missouri State 5 6 93.2
38 Eastern Kentucky 6 5 93.2
39 Murray State 6 5 93.1
40 South Carolina State 9 3 92.7
41 Maine 4 7 92.6
42 Sam Houston State 6 5 92.4
43 Coastal Carolina 6 6 92.1
44 Indiana State 6 5 92.0
45 Bethune-Cookman 10 2 91.6
46 Samford 4 7 91.1
47 Robert Morris 8 3 91.1
48 Grambling State 9 2 91.0
49 Texas Southern 9 3 90.9
50 Jacksonville 10 1 90.6
51 Old Dominion 8 3 90.1
52 Tennessee Tech 5 6 89.5
53 Stony Brook 6 5 89.4
54 Harvard 7 3 88.9
55 Illinois State 6 5 88.3
56 Colgate 7 4 88.2
57 South Dakota 4 7 87.8
58 Youngstown State 3 8 87.2
59 Tennessee-Martin 6 5 87.1
60 Florida A&M 8 3 86.7
61 Jackson State 8 3 86.2
62 Brown 6 4 85.9
63 Portland State 2 9 85.7
64 Central Connecticut State 8 3 85.3
65 North Dakota 3 8 85.3
66 Northern Colorado 3 8 85.0
67 Prairie View A&M 7 4 84.8
68 Northwestern State 5 6 84.3
69 Dayton 10 1 84.0
70 Western Carolina 2 9 83.6
71 Yale 7 3 83.5
72 Duquesne 7 4 83.3
73 Citadel 3 8 83.0
74 Nicholls State 4 7 82.9
75 Albany 6 5 82.6
76 Georgia State 6 5 82.6
77 Dartmouth 6 4 82.5
78 Holy Cross 6 5 82.0
79 Bryant 7 4 81.6
80 Texas State 4 7 81.5
81 Alabama State 7 5 81.4
82 Hampton 6 5 81.0
83 Towson 1 10 79.8
84 Norfolk State 6 5 79.5
85 Alcorn State 5 6 79.2
86 Fordham 5 6 79.0
87 Eastern Illinois 2 9 78.6
88 Drake 7 4 78.6
89 Southeastern Louisiana 2 9 78.3
90 Arkansas-Pine Bluff 5 6 76.9
91 Idaho State 1 10 76.8
92 Wagner 5 6 76.4
93 Virginia Military 3 8 76.2
94 Monmouth 3 8 76.1
95 Lamar 5 6 76.0
96 Columbia 4 6 76.0
97 Tennessee State 3 8 75.7
98 Gardner-Webb 4 7 75.4
99 San Diego 5 6 74.9
100 Presbyterian 2 9 74.4
101 Morgan State 4 7 73.3
102 Austin Peay 2 9 72.3
103 Sacred Heart 4 7 71.8
104 Charleston Southern 3 8 71.7
105 Lafayette 2 9 71.4
106 Georgetown 4 7 70.3
107 Delaware State 3 8 69.2
108 Alabama A&M 3 8 66.9
109 North Carolina Central 3 8 65.9
110 Cornell 2 8 65.7
111 Morehead State 5 6 65.1
112 Southern 2 9 64.6
113 St. Francis(PA) 1 10 64.5
114 Butler 4 7 64.3
115 Princeton 1 9 63.9
116 Marist 3 8 62.6
117 Savannah State 1 10 62.0
118 Campbell 3 8 61.9
119 Bucknell 1 10 61.7
120 North Carolina A&T 1 10 60.5
121 Davidson 3 8 60.1
122 Howard 1 10 58.4
123 Mississippi Valley State 0 10 56.4
124 Valparaiso 0 11 43.8