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Most of the Top 10 played last weekend giving us a good indication of where things stand. Life and Lindenwood had been four and five respectively throughout the year and the teams finally met. Life won handily, 45-15, over Lindenwood so the Running Eagles remain in the fourth spot. The Lions drop one spot behind Central Washington who hammered Oregeon State with 129 points.

Arkansas State moves from number nine to number seven after a rout of Davenport. The Red Wolves were impressive in their firs tgame of the spring and it is the second time this year that they have beaten Davenport solidly. Davenport drops two spots to number 16.

LSU continues to dominate the Red River and moves up to number 22. The Tigers have been blowing away the competition in their league and this week was no different with a 91-5 thrashing of Texas Tech.

Rank3/1/16Recent Results
1BYUBeat Air Force 80-8
2 Cal Beat UCLA 37-3
3 Saint Mary'sBeat Santa Barbara 53-12
4 LifeBeat Lindenwood 45-15
5CWUBeat Oregon State 129-0
6LindenwoodLost to Life 45-15
7Arkansas StateBeat Davenport 53-0
8IndianaBeat Notre Dame 43-8
9UtahBeat New Mexico 83-0
11NavyBeat Dartmouth 29-21
12Penn StateIdle
15UCLALost to Cal 37-3
16DavenportLost to Arkansas State 53-0
17Wheeling JesuitIdle
18San Diego StateIdle
19Cal PolyBeat Santa Clara 26-13
20Air ForceLost to BYU 80-8
21ArizonaBeat Arizona State 29-17
22LSUBeat Texas Tech 91-5


Not sure how you can ignore Teams in common in the rankings. Life beats Air Force 74-0, BYU beats them 80 to 8, Cal beats them 68 -12. How is Cal over Life? Life beats Lindenwood by 30, Saint Mary's beats them by 7. again how do you ignore point differential? Must be that West Coast thing.