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  • Marvin Everett
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    I had Valdosta #2 Minnesota State 3 LR 4 and Ferris State 5.

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  • West Florida
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    I would have to say I agree that VSU was the second-best team in D2. My top 5 would be the same 5 teams the final poll has just maybe in a little different order.

    Maybe we just agree that the SR2 winner is automatically the #1 seed when they reseed the final four next year, haha. I would say that 3 of the top 4 teams in the country came from SR2.

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  • Fan_the_Flame
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    Originally posted by UNALions View Post
    VSU should be higher. They beat the eventual national champs.
    If you're not on the top row then where you land isn't really relevant.

    But we did beat UWF the first time out and had the lead and lost by 3 with 6 seconds left in the playoff game (with a 4th and 1 at the goal line for UWF to score (I was looking over the left shoulder of the official on that 4th and 1and the ball broke the goal line by probably 3 or 4 inches (but it definitely did break the goal line)).

    You could make an argument that the two best teams in the country played in that game.

    VSU has a few holes to fill. Hope everyone is focused on academics right now. Recruiting is hard in a playoff run, especially with a wholesale coaching change following a NC win. Hope our guys are out recruiting hard (assuming no academic casualties we should be good with skill guys on offense but need some folks to step IN and step UP on the line (actually on both sides). As we all know, that's where championships are won.

    For me I'll be interested to see the FBS playoffs and ready to hunt ducks, a little longer for deer and get ready for turkey season and inshore fishing.Spring practice isn't far away either.

    It was a great season. Great season for UWF. Great season for the GSC. Great season for Division 2.

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  • UNALions
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    VSU should be higher. They beat the eventual national champs.

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  • Argonut
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    Originally posted by West Florida View Post
    Unbelievable! That final poll should be placed somewhere next to the trophy.
    And framed, bronzed and highlighted!!!!!

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  • West Florida
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    Unbelievable! That final poll should be placed somewhere next to the trophy.

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  • UWFMubbish
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    Originally posted by William Fisher Iv View Post
    Love the fact that #2-5 all have one loss to the same team in the playoffs-the UWF Argonauts! Best coaches poll ever!
    And at some point between beating Wingate and Valdosta State, we dropped a spot. Going from #19 to #20. Gotta love it!

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  • Argonut
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    Love the fact that #2-5 all have one loss to the same team in the playoffs-the UWF Argonauts! Best coaches poll ever!

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  • West Florida
    started a topic FINAL 2019 DIVISION II COACHES’ POLL

    FINAL 2019 DIVISION II COACHES’ POLL

    1 West Florida (31) 13-2 774 20 D. No. 4 Minnesota St., 48-40, in national championship Pete Shinnick
    2 Minnesota St. 14-1 744 4 Lost to No. 20 West Florida, 48-40, in national championship Todd Hoffner
    3 Ferris St. (Mich.) 12-1 705 2 Lost to No. 20 West Florida, 28-14, in semifinals Tony Annese
    4 Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.) 13-1 635 6 Lost to No. 20 West Florida, 43-38, in quarterfinals Drew Cronic
    5 Valdosta St. (Ga.) 10-1 614 1 Lost to No. 20 West Florida, 38-35, in second round Gary Goff
    6 Slippery Rock (Pa.) 13-1 605 8 Lost to No. 4 Minnesota St., 58-15, in semifinals Shawn Lutz
    7 Northwest Missouri St. 12-2 528 10 Lost to No. 2 Ferris St. (Mich.), 25-3, in quarterfinals Rich Wright
    8 Colorado School of Mines 12-1 501 7 Lost to No. 21 Texas A&M-Commerce, 23-3, in second round Gregg Brandon
    9 Tarleton St. (Texas) 11-1 497 3 Lost to No. 21 Texas A&M-Commerce, 23-16, in first round Todd Whitten
    10 Notre Dame (Ohio) 12-2 488 13 Lost to No. 8 Slippery Rock (Pa.), 65-59, in quarterfinals Mike Jacobs
    11 Texas A&M-Commerce 10-3 448 21 Lost to No. 4 Minnesota St., 42-21, in quarterfinals David Bailiff
    12 Colorado St.-Pueblo 11-2 434 9 Lost to No. 4 Minnesota St., 35-7, in second round John Wristen
    13 Central Missouri 11-2 409 15 Lost to No. 2 Ferris St. (Mich.), 37-10, in second round Jim Svoboda
    14 Ouachita Baptist (Ark.) 11-1 335 5 Lost to Lindenwood (Mo.), 41-38, in first round Todd Knight
    15 Harding (Ark.) 10-2 332 12 Lost to No. 10 Northwest Missouri St., 7-6, in first round Paul Simmons
    16 Kutztown (Pa.) 11-2 307 17 Lost to No. 13 Notre Dame (Ohio), 20-17, in second round Jim Clements
    17 Indianapolis (Ind.) 9-2 234 14 Lost to No. 15 Central Missouri, 37-27, in first round Chris Keevers
    18 Bowie St. (Md.) 11-1 218 11 Lost to No. 25 Carson-Newman (Tenn.), 17-9, in first round Damon Wilson
    19 Wingate (N.C.) 10-2 216 16 Lost to No. 19 West Florida, 38-17, in first round Joe Reich
    20 Carson-Newman (Tenn.) 9-3 205 25 Lost to No. 6 Lenoir-Rhyne (N.C.), 49-21, in second round Mike Turner
    21 Indiana (Pa.) 10-2 171 18 Lost to Shepherd (W.Va.), 31-27, in first round Paul Tortorella
    22 Shepherd (W.Va.) 10-3 165 NR Lost to No. 8 Slippery Rock (Pa.), 51-30, in second round Ernie McCook
    23 Tiffin (Ohio) 9-2 145 19 Lost to No. 17 Kutztown (Pa.), 33-31, in first round Cris Reisert
    24 West Chester (Pa.) 9-3 88 22 Lost to No. 13 Notre Dame (Ohio), 31-24, in first round Bill Zwaan
    25 Lindenwood (Mo.) 9-4 77 NR Lost to No. 10 Northwest Missouri St., 63-7, in second round Jed Stugart

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