Doane college moved up four spots to #13 in the NAIA football polls after their 43-39 win over ranked Midland University who dropped to 24th. The Tigers are 5-0 for the first time since 2001, but the road gets harder. Next week they travel to Sioux City Iowa to take on #9 Morningside.
Nebraska-Kearney, off to its best start since 1967, is No. 4 in the lastest NCAA Division II coaches’ poll. It’s the Lopers’ highest ranking since they joined Division II. Nebraska-Kearney (5-0) will host Chadron State (2-3) on Saturday.