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|Notre Dame joins the party. Marvin Dangerfield photo
There’s not much movement in the rankings this week, but what there is comes in the lower fifth as Texas A&M and Bowling Green scored sizeable wins on the weekend to move up.
The Falcons are 3-0 this spring against DI competition, and they beat Big Ten East champ Ohio State 55-15 Saturday. Bowling Green looks like it may well be on track for another final four run, which would be perfect timing, as the Falcons are hosting DI-AA’s championship weekend this year.
The Aggies suffered some big losses to Arkansas State and BYU to open the spring, knocking them out of the Top 25. Since starting league play, they’ve been perfect. Saturday, they took one more step toward an undefeated maiden voyage in the Allied Conference.
Some scores between higher ranked opponents confirmed our list. No. 12 Davenport beat No. 16 Notre Dame 24-18, No 3. Life beat No. 14 Lindenwood 31-10, and No. 11 Army nudged past No. 13 Kutztown 24-19. We feel good about what those results say about the accuracy of our list.
Penn State made a statement in its 86-0 dismantling of East rival Delaware, and Central Washington did the same against Colorado, beating the Buffs 83-15.
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