1992 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings

The 1992 NCAA Division I-AA football rankings are from the NCAA Division I-AA football committee, which in the 1992 season was composed of four components. One of these components was the Sports Network poll of 49 Division I-AA head coaches, athletic directors, sports information directors and media members, which was sometimes published separately.[1][2]

LegendEdit

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NCAA Division I-AA football committeeEdit

Currently, the following polls are only ones available. A preseason poll was also released.[3]

Week 1
Sept 7[4]
Week 2
Sept 14[3]
Week 3
Sept 21[5]
Week 4
Sept 28[6]
Week 5
Oct 5[7]
Week 6
Oct 12[8]
Week 7
Oct 19[9]
Week 8
Oct 26[10]
Week 9
Nov 2[11]
Week 10
Nov 9[1]
Week 11
Nov 16
Week 12
Nov 23[12]
1.Marshall (1–0)Youngstown State (2–0) (3)Youngstown State (3–0) (3)Marshall (3–0) (4)Northern Iowa (4–0–0–) (4)Northern Iowa (5–0) (4)Northern Iowa (6–0) (4)Northern Iowa (7–0) (4)Northern Iowa (4) (8–0)Northeast Louisiana (3) (7–2)The Citadel (9–1)The Citadel (2) (10–1)1.
2.Youngstown State (1–0)Marshall (2–0) (1)Marshall (3–0) (1)Northern Iowa (3–0)Villanova (4–0)Villanova (5–0)Idaho (6–0)Marshall (6–1)Idaho (7–1)The Citadel (1) (8–1)Northeast Louisiana (8–2)Northeast Louisiana (2) (9–2)2.
3.Northern Iowa (0–0)Villanova (2–0)Villanova (3–0)Villanova (3–0)Eastern Kentucky (4–0)Idaho (5–0)Marshall (5–1)Idaho (6–1)The Citadel (7–1)Delaware (8–1)Northern Iowa (9–1)Northern Iowa (10–1)3.
4.Eastern Kentucky (1–0)Northern Iowa (1–0)Northern Iowa (2–0)Eastern Kentucky (3–0)Idaho (4–0)The Citadel (6–0)Middle Tennessee (5–1)Middle Tennessee (6–1)Northeast Louisiana (6–2)Northern Iowa (8–1)Middle Tennessee (8–2)Middle Tennessee (9–2)4.
5.Middle Tennessee (1–0)Eastern Kentucky (1–0)Eastern Kentucky (2–0)Idaho (3–0)The Citadel (5–0)Marshall (4–1)Northeast Louisiana (5–2)Northeast Louisiana (6–2)Marshall (6–2)Middle Tennessee (7–2)Idaho (8–2)Idaho (9–2)5.
6.Villanova (1–0)Idaho (2–0)Idaho (3–0)The Citadel (4–0)Marshall (3–1)Youngstown State (5–1)The Citadel (6–1)The Citadel (7–1)Delaware (7–1)Idaho (7–2)Marshall (7–3)Marshall (8–3)6.
7.Northeast Louisiana (1–0)Alabama State (1–0)Delaware (2–0)Youngstown State (3–1)Youngstown State (4–1)Middle Tennessee (4–1)Delaware (5–1)Delaware (6–1)Middle Tennessee (6–2)Youngstown State (7–2)Youngstown State (7–2–1)Youngstown State (8–2–1)7.
8.Samford (1–0)Delaware (1–0)The Citadel (3–0)Middle Tennessee (2–1)Middle Tennessee State (3–1)Northeast Louisiana (4–2)Samford (6–1)Samford (6–1)Samford (7–1)Florida A&M (7–2)Villanova (8–2)Delaware (9–2)8.
9.Delaware (0–0)The Citadel (2–0)Chattanooga (2–0)Northeast Louisiana (2–2)Northeast Louisiana (3–2)Florida A&M (5–1)Villanova (5–1)Richmond (6–1)Youngstown State (6–2)Villanova (7–2)Samford (8–2)Samford (9–2)9.
10.McNeese State (1–0)Northeast Louisiana (1–1)Middle Tennessee (1–1)William & Mary (3–0)William & Mary (4–0)William & Mary (5–0)William & Mary (6–0)William & Mary (6–1)Florida A&M (6–2)Marshall (6–3)Delaware (8–2)Villanova (9–2)10.
11.Furman (1–0)Chattanooga (2–0)SW Missouri State (2–1)Florida A&M (3–1)Florida A&M (4–1)Eastern Kentucky (4–1)Richmond (5–1)Youngstown State (5–2)Villanova (6–2)Southwest Missouri State (6–3)McNeese State (7–3)McNeese State (8–3)11.
12.The Citadel (1–0)Middle Tennessee (1–1)Northeast Louisiana (1–2)Delaware (2–1)Delaware (3–1)Delaware (4–1)Southwest Texas State (4–2)Florida A&M (5–2)Southwest Missouri State (5–3)Samford (7–2)Eastern Kentucky (8–2)Eastern Kentucky (9–2)12.
13.Idaho (1–0)Florida A&M (1–0)Furman (2–1)McNeese State (2–2)McNeese State (2–2)Samford (5–1)Youngstown State (5–2)Southwest Missouri State (5–3)Richmond (6–2)McNeese State (6–3)William & Mary (8–2)William & Mary (9–2)13.
14.Appalachian State (0–1)Holy Cross (0–1)William & Mary (2–0)Richmond (2–1)Richmond (3–1)Richmond (4–1)Southwest Missouri State (4–3)Villanova (5–2)McNeese State (5–3)Georgia Southern (7–2)Eastern Washington (7–3)Eastern Washington (7–3)14.
15.James Madison (0–1)McNeese State (1–1)Alcorn State (2–0)North Carolina A&T (4–0)North Carolina A&T (5–0)Southwest Texas State (4–2)Florida A&M (5–2)McNeese State (4–3)Eastern Kentucky (6–2)Eastern Kentucky (7–2)Florida A&M (7–3)Florida A&M (7–3)15.
16.Florida A&M (1–0)Montana (1–1)SW Texas State (2–1)Southwest Texas State (2–2)Southwest Missouri State (3–2)Eastern Washington (4–1)Boise State (5–2)Eastern Kentucky (5–2)Georgia Southern (6–2)UMass (7–1)Western Carolina (7–3)Appalachian State (7–4)16.
17.Alcorn State (1–0)Southwest Missouri State (1–1)Montana (1–2)Southwest Missouri State (2–2)Samford (4–1)Southwest Missouri State (3–3)Eastern Kentucky (4–2)Delaware State (6–1)William & Mary (6–2)North Carolina A&T (8–1)Princeton (8–1)North Carolina A&T (9–2)17.
18.Holy Cross (0–0)William & Mary (1–0)Alabama State (1–1)Samford (2–2)Southwest Texas State (3–2)North Carolina A&T (5–1)North Carolina A&T (5–1)North Carolina A&T (6–1)Eastern Washington (6–2)William & Mary (7–2)Appalachian State (6–4)Alcorn State (7–3)18.
19.Montana (0–1)Furman (1–1)McNeese State (1–2)Chattanooga (2–1)Georgia Southern (3–1)Boise State (4–2)UCF (4–1)Eastern Washington (5–2)North Carolina A&T (7–1)Western Illinois (7–3)Richmond (7–3)Liberty (7–4)19.
20.Chattanooga (1–0)Southwest Texas State (2–0)Florida A&M (2–1)
  • Eastern Washington (2–1)
  • Georgia Southern (2–1)
Eastern Washington (3–1)Jackson State (5–1)
  • Jackson State (6–1)
  • Eastern Washington (4–2)
UMass (5–1)UMass (6–1)
  • Georgia Southern (7–3)
  • UMass (7–2)
Western Illinois (7–4)20.
Week 1
Sept 7[4]
Week 2
Sept 14[3]
Week 3
Sept 21[5]
Week 4
Sept 28[6]
Week 5
Oct 5[7]
Week 6
Oct 12[8]
Week 7
Oct 19[9]
Week 8
Oct 26[10]
Week 9
Nov 2[11]
Week 10
Nov 9[1]
Week 11
Nov 16
Week 12
Nov 23[12]
Dropped:
  • 8 Samford
  • 14 Appalachian State
  • 15 James Madison
  • 17 Alcorn State
Dropped:
14 Holy Cross
Dropped:
  • 13 Furman
  • 15 Alcorn State
  • 17 Montana
  • 18 Alabama State
Dropped:
19 Chattanooga
Dropped:
  • 19 Georgia Southern
  • 20 Eastern Washington
NoneDropped:
  • 12 Southwest Texas State
  • 16 Boise State
  • 19 UCF
  • 20 Jackson State
Dropped:
17 Delaware State
Dropped:
15 Eastern Kentucky
Dropped:
19 Western Illinois
Dropped:
  • 16 Western Carolina
  • 17 Princeton
  • 19 Richmond
  • 20 Georgia Southern
  • 20 UMass

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Bob Lang (November 10, 1992). "And No. 1 is ... NE Louisiana". Post and Courier. Charleston, SC. pp. 1-D, 4-D. Retrieved December 18, 2013.
  2. ^ "Citadel 12th in I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. September 9, 1992. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  3. ^ a b Bob Lang (September 15, 1992). "Citadel debuts ninth". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  4. ^ "NCAA I-AA poll". The Pantagraph. Bloomington, Illinois. September 9, 1992. p. B2. Retrieved April 29, 2017 – via Newspapers.com. 
  5. ^ "NCAA Division I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. September 22, 1992. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  6. ^ Bob Lang (September 29, 1992). "Bulldogs sixth in I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. p. 1-D. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  7. ^ Bob Lang (October 6, 1992). "Citadel moves into top 5". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. p. 5-D. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  8. ^ "Citadel climbs to No. 4 in I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. October 13, 1992. p. 4-D. Retrieved November 5, 2013.
  9. ^ "Bulldogs fall to sixth in I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. October 20, 1992. p. 4-D. Retrieved November 14, 2013.
  10. ^ "Bulldogs hold onto No. 6 ranking". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. October 27, 1992. p. 5-D. Retrieved November 20, 2013.
  11. ^ Bob Lang (November 3, 1992). "Citadel climbs 3 spots to No. 3 in I-AA poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. pp. 1-D, 6-D. Retrieved December 18, 2013.
  12. ^ "Final Division I-AA Poll". Post and Courier. Charleston, South Carolina. p. 14-C. Retrieved December 18, 2013.