The wackiness of November football claimed several teams this weekend.

South Dakota State, Central Arkansas and New Hampshire, all ranked in the initial FCS Playoff Rankings fell Saturday. That will cause some movement in not just the top 25, but the top ten.

North Dakota State won for a 31st consecutive time Saturday and with a win this weekend will clinch a win of the Missouri Valley Football Conference.

  1. North Dakota State (10-0, beat Western Illinois) Previous: 1

  2. James Madison (9-1, beat New Hampshire) Previous: 2

  3. Weber State (8-2, beat North Dakota) Previous: 3

  4. Northern Iowa (7-3, beat Indiana State) Previous: 8

  5. Illinois State (7-3, beat South Dakota State) Previous: 14

  6. Sacramento State (7-3, beat Northern Arizona) Previous: 6

  7. South Dakota State (7-3, lost to Illinois State) Previous: 4

  8. Montana (8-2, beat Idaho) Previous: 7

  9. Furman (7-3, beat VMI) Previous: 9

  10. Southeast Missouri State (7-3, beat Eastern Kentucky) Previous: 11

  11. Monmouth (8-2, beat North Alabama) Previous: 12

  12. Montana State (7-3, beat Northern Colorado) Previous: 16

  13. Austin Peay (7-3, beat UT Martin) Previous: 17

  14. Dartmouth (8-0, beat Princeton) Previous: 18

  15. Kennesaw State (8-2, beat Campbell) Previous: 13

  16. Southeastern Louisiana (6-3, beat Central Arkansas) Previous: NR

  17. Central Arkansas (7-3, lost to SE Louisiana)*FBS win Previous: 5

  18. Villanova (7-3, beat Richmond) Previous: 22

  19. Towson (6-4, beat Stony Brook) Previous: NR

  20. Wofford (6-3, beat Mercer) Previous: 24

  21. Central Connecticut State (9-1, beat St. Francis) Previous: 23

  22. North Dakota (5-4, lost to Weber State) Previous: 15

  23. Southern Illinois (6-4, beat Missouri State)*FBS win Previous: 23

  24. Nicholls (6-4, beat Houston Baptist) Previous: NR

  25. Florida A&M (8-1, bye week) Previous: NR

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