The college football season is back in full swing and the FCS has returned to action this fall after playing in the spring due to the coronavirus-delayed season just months ago. Ahead of the upcoming week, we get a look at how each team stacks up against the competition.
On Monday, the AFCA Coaches Poll for Week 6 was announced and Sam Houston continues to hang on to the top spot. Sam Houston earned 27 of a possible 28 first-place votes following its blowout win over Lamar.
Rounding out the top five is Eastern Washington, North Dakota State, Southern Illinois, and Villanova. JMU picked up the other first-place vote.
Where does your favorite team rank?
A full look at the Week 6 FCS AFCA Coaches Poll can be seen below.
Rank School (1st votes)
|1||Sam Houston (27)||5-0|
|2||Eastern Washington (1)||6-0|
|3||North Dakota St.||5-0|
|8||South Dakota St.||4-1|
|10||East Tennessee St.||6-0|
Others Receiving Votes: Mercer, 66; Eastern Kentucky, 50; New Hampshire, 44; VMI, 43; UIW, 26; Duquesne, 19; William & Mary, 19; Florida A&M, 10; Central Arkansas, 9; Yale, 8; North Carolina A&T, 7; Stephen F. Austin, 6; Chattanooga, 5; Holy Cross, 3; Dartmouth, 2; Elon, 2; Monmouth (N.J.), 1; Nicholls, 1.