2015 NCAA Division I FCS football rankings
Season2015
DurationAugust 2015 – January 2016
National ChampionsJanuary 3, 2016

Two human polls comprise the 2015 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) football rankings, in addition to various publications' preseason polls. Unlike the Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS), college football's governing body, the NCAA, bestows the national championship title through a 24-team tournament.[1] The following weekly polls determine the top 25 teams at the NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision level of college football for the 2015 season. The STATS poll is voted by media members while the Coaches' Poll is determined by coaches at the FCS level. STATS LLC acquired The Sports Network, which previously sponsored the media poll, in early 2015.[2]

Legend

Legend
  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
Italics   Number of first place votes
(#–#)   Win–loss record
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

STATS Poll

Preseason
Aug 10[3]
Week 1
Sep 7[4]
Week 2
Sep 14[5]
Week 3
Sep 21[6]
Week 4
Sep 28[7]
Week 5
Oct 5[8]
Week 6
Oct 12[9]
Week 7
Oct 19[10]
Week 8
Oct 26[11]
Week 9
Nov 2[12]
Week 10
Nov 9[13]
Week 11
Nov 16[14]
Week 12
Nov 22[15]
Week 13 (Final)
Jan 11[16]
1.North Dakota State 144Sam Houston State 31 (0–1)Jacksonville State 39 (1–1)Jacksonville State 93 (3–1)Jacksonville State 89 (4–1)Jacksonville State 89 (4–1)Jacksonville State 89 (5–1)Jacksonville State 108 (5–1)Jacksonville State 107 (6–1)Jacksonville State 139 (7–1)Jacksonville State 149 (8–1)Jacksonville State 145 (9–1)Jacksonville State 135 (10–1)North Dakota State 150 (13–2)1.
2.Illinois State 3North Dakota State 22 (0–1)Coastal Carolina 36 (2–0)Coastal Carolina 36 (4–0)Coastal Carolina 40 (5–0)Coastal Carolina 39 (5–0)North Dakota State 27 (4–2)Coastal Carolina 27 (6–0)Coastal Carolina 33 (7–0)Illinois State 18 (7–1)North Dakota State (7–2)North Dakota State (8–2)North Dakota State 2 (9–2)Jacksonville State (13–2)2.
3.Sam Houston StateCoastal Carolina 24 (1–0)Sam Houston State 38 (0–1)North Dakota State 17 (2–1)North Dakota State 16 (3–1)North Dakota State 20 (3–1)Coastal Carolina 30 (6–0)Illinois State 6 (5–1)Illinois State 20 (6–1)Chattanooga (7–1)McNeese State 12 (9–0)McNeese State 10 (9–0)McNeese State 10 (10–0)Sam Houston State (11–4)3.
4.VillanovaIllinois State 20 (0–1)North Dakota State 23 (1–1)Illinois State 2 (2–1)Illinois State 2 (3–1)Illinois State 1 (3–1)Illinois State 1 (5–1)James Madison 18 (7–0)Chattanooga (6–1)Eastern Washington (6–2)Coastal Carolina (8–1)Coastal Carolina (9–1)Illinois State (9–2)Richmond (10–4)4.
5.Coastal CarolinaJacksonville State 24 (1–0)Illinois State 6 (1–1)Villanova 4 (2–2)South Dakota State 6 (3–1)James Madison 8 (5–0)James Madison 12 (7–0)Chattanooga (5–1)Eastern Washington (5–2)Richmond (6–2)South Dakota State (7–2)South Dakota State (8–2)Portland State (9–2)Illinois State (10–3)5.
6.Eastern WashingtonVillanova 6 (0–1)Villanova 4 (1–1)South Dakota State 6 (3–0)James Madison 4 (5–0)Chattanooga (3–1)Chattanooga (5–1)South Dakota State (5–1)Richmond (6–1)North Dakota State (6–2)Illinois State (7–2)Illinois State (8–2)Sam Houston State (8–3)Charleston Southern (10–3)6.
7.Jacksonville StateEastern Washington 6 (0–1)South Dakota State 8 (2–0)Northern Iowa (2–1)Northern Iowa 1 (2–2)Eastern Washington (2–2)South Dakota State (5–1)Eastern Washington (4–2)North Dakota State (5–2)Sam Houston State (6–2)William & Mary (7–2)William & Mary (8–2)Chattanooga (8–3)McNeese State (10–1)7.
8.ChattanoogaMontana 2 (1–1)Montana (1–1)Chattanooga (3–1)Chattanooga (3–1)South Dakota State (3–1)Eastern Washington (4–2)North Dakota State (4–2)Sam Houston State (5–2)Coastal Carolina (7–1)Chattanooga (7–2)Chattanooga (8–2)James Madison (9–2)Northern Iowa (9–5)8.
9.New HampshireSouth Dakota State 8 (1–0)Northern Iowa (1–1)James Madison (4–0)Eastern Washington (2–2)Youngstown State (3–1)Sam Houston State (4–2)Sam Houston State (4–2)James Madison (7–1)McNeese State 1 (8–0)Richmond (7–2)Charleston Southern 1 (9–1)Charleston Southern (9–2)Chattanooga (9–4)9.
10.Northern IowaChattanooga (0–1)Chattanooga (1–1)Liberty (2–2)Youngstown State (3–1)Northern Iowa (2–3)Fordham (6–1)Fordham (6–1)McNeese State (7–0)Portland State 1 (7–1)Eastern Washington (6–3)Sam Houston State (7–3)South Dakota State (8–3)Portland State (9–3)10.
11.Montana StateMontana State (1–0)Montana State (1–0)Eastern Washington (2–2)Montana State (2–2)Sam Houston State (2–2)Youngstown State (3–3)Richmond (5–1)Fordham (7–1)South Dakota State (6–2)Charleston Southern (8–1)Portland State (8–2)Coastal Carolina (9–2)James Madison (9–3)11.
12.James MadisonNew Hampshire (0–1)James Madison (2–0)Sam Houston State (1–2)Sam Houston State (2–2)Montana (3–2)Northern Iowa (2–4)McNeese State (6–0)Portland State (6–1)William & Mary (6–2)Harvard (8–0)James Madison (8–2)Richmond (8–3)William & Mary (9–4)12.
13.MontanaJames Madison (1–0)New Hampshire (1–1)Youngstown State (2–1)Montana (3–2)Fordham (4–1)Richmond (5–1)Eastern Kentucky (4–2)Eastern Kentucky (5–2)Harvard (7–0)Sam Houston State (6–3)Fordham (9–2)William & Mary (8–3)The Citadel (9–4)13.
14.Youngstown StateNorthern Iowa (0–1)Eastern Washington (0–2)Montana (2–2)Villanova (2–2)Villanova (2–2)Eastern Kentucky (4–2)Portland State (5–1)South Dakota State (5–2)James Madison (7–2)James Madison (7–2)Richmond (7–3)Fordham (9–2)Montana (8–5)14.
15.LibertyLiberty (1–0)Liberty (1–1)Montana State (2–1)Fordham (4–1)Liberty (3–2)McNeese State (6–0)Harvard (5–0)Harvard (6–0)Charleston Southern (7–1)Portland State (7–2)Northern Iowa (6–4)Northern Iowa (7–4)South Dakota State (8–4)15.
16.South Dakota StateFordham (1–0)Youngstown State (1–1)Fordham (3–1)Portland State (3–1)Richmond (3–1)Montana State (3–3)Youngstown State (3–3)William & Mary (5–2)Fordham (7–2)Fordham (8–2)North Carolina A&T (9–1)Montana (7–4)Coastal Carolina (9–3)16.
17.Eastern KentuckyYoungstown State (0–1)Cal Poly (1–1)Portland State (3–0)Eastern Kentucky (2–2)Eastern Kentucky (2–2)Portland State (5–1)William & Mary (4–2)Montana (4–3)Northern Iowa (4–4)Northern Iowa (5–4)Montana (6–4)Southern Utah (8–3)Colgate (9–5)17.
18.RichmondCal Poly 1 (1–0)Fordham (1–1)Eastern Kentucky (2–1)Liberty (2–2)Montana State (2–2)Harvard (5–0)Indiana State (4–2)Northern Iowa (3–4)Eastern Kentucky (5–3)Southern Utah (7–2)Eastern Washington (6–4)The Citadel (8–3)Southern Utah (8–4)18.
19.Southeastern LouisianaEastern Kentucky (1–0)Portland State (2–0)Richmond (2–1)Richmond (3–1)Indiana State (3–1)New Hampshire (3–3)Montana (3–3)Montana State (4–3)North Carolina A&T (7–1)North Carolina A&T (8–1)Harvard (8–1)Harvard (9–1)Fordham (9–3)19.
20.FordhamSoutheastern Louisiana (1–0)Southeastern Louisiana (2–0)Cal Poly (1–3)New Hampshire (3–2)Southeastern Louisiana (3–1)Montana (3–3)Western Illinois (4–2)North Carolina A&T (6–1)Southern Utah (6–2)Youngstown State (5–4)Southern Utah (7–3)Dartmouth (9–1)Harvard (9–1)20.
21.Indiana StateIndiana State (1–0)Eastern Kentucky (1–1)New Hampshire (2–2)Indiana State (3–1)New Hampshire (3–2)Indiana State (4–2)Montana State (3–3)Indiana State (4–3)Youngstown State (4–4)The Citadel (7–2)Dartmouth (8–1)Grambling State (8–2)North Carolina A&T (10–2)21.
22.Idaho StateRichmond (0–1)Richmond (1–1)Indiana State (2–1)Southeastern Louisiana (3–1)McNeese State (4–0)Liberty (3–4)Northern Iowa (2–4)Dartmouth (6–0)Montana (4–4)Montana (5–4)Grambling State (8–2)North Carolina A&T (9–2)Western Illinois (7–6)22.
23.HarvardIdaho State (1–0)Indiana State (1–1)Southeastern Louisiana (2–1)McNeese State (4–0)North Dakota (4–1)Southeastern Louisiana (3–3)Villanova (3–3)Western Illinois (4–3)Indiana State (4–4)Dartmouth (7–1)Eastern Kentucky (6–4)Eastern Washington (6–5)Dartmouth (9–1)23.
24.Stephen F. AustinPortland State (1–0)Northern Arizona (2–0)Harvard (2–0)Harvard (3–0)Harvard (3–0)William & Mary (4–2)North Carolina A&T (5–1)Charleston Southern (6–1)Dartmouth (6–1)Eastern Kentucky (5–4)Northern Arizona (7–3)Eastern Illinois (7–4)Grambling State (9–3)24.
25.McNeese StateHarvard (0–0)Harvard (0–0)McNeese State (3–0)William & Mary (2–2)Portland State (3–1)Villanova (3–3)Dartmouth (5–0)Youngstown State (3–4)The Citadel (6–2)Grambling State (7–2)The Citadel (7–3)Bethune-Cookman (9–2)Eastern Illinois (7–5)25.
Preseason
Aug 10[3]
Week 1
Sep 7[4]
Week 2
Sep 14[5]
Week 3
Sep 21[6]
Week 4
Sep 28[7]
Week 5
Oct 5[8]
Week 6
Oct 12[9]
Week 7
Oct 19[10]
Week 8
Oct 26[11]
Week 9
Nov 2[12]
Week 10
Nov 9[13]
Week 11
Nov 16[14]
Week 12
Nov 22[15]
Week 13 (Final)
Jan 11[16]
Dropped:
  • 24. Stephen F. Austin
  • 25. McNeese State
Dropped:
23. Idaho State
Dropped:
24. Northern Arizona
Dropped:
20. Cal Poly
Dropped:
25. William & Mary
Dropped:
23. North Dakota
Dropped:
  • 19. New Hampshire
  • 22. Liberty
  • 23. Southeastern Louisiana
Dropped:
23. Villanova
Dropped:
  • 19. Montana State
  • 23. Western Illinois
Dropped:
23. Indiana State
Dropped:
20. Youngstown State
Dropped:
  • 23. Eastern Kentucky
  • 24. Northern Arizona
Dropped:
  • 23. Eastern Washington
  • 25. Bethune-Cookman

Coaches' Poll

Preseason
Aug 5[17]
Week 1
Sep 7[18]
Week 2
Sep 14[19]
Week 3
Sep 21[20]
Week 4
Sep 28[21]
Week 5
Oct 5[22]
Week 6
Oct 12[23]
Week 7
Oct 19[24]
Week 8
Oct 26[25]
Week 9
Nov 2[26]
Week 10
Nov 9[27]
Week 11
Nov 16[28]
Week 12
Nov 23[29]
Week 13 (Final)
Jan 11[30]
1.North Dakota State 24Coastal Carolina 4 (1–0)Coastal Carolina 14 (2–0)Coastal Carolina 18 (3–0)Coastal Carolina 17 (4–0)Coastal Carolina 16 (5–0)Coastal Carolina 15 (6–0)Coastal Carolina 15 (6–0)Coastal Carolina 15 (7–0)Jacksonville State 23 (7–1)Jacksonville State 25 (8–1)Jacksonville State 24 (9–1)Jacksonville State 20 (10–1)North Dakota State 25 (13–2)1.
2.Illinois StateNorth Dakota State 6 (0–1) тNorth Dakota State (1–1)North Dakota State 4 (2–1)North Dakota State 4 (2–1)North Dakota State 6 (3–1)North Dakota State 5 (4–1)Jacksonville State 5 (5–1)Jacksonville State 8 (6–1)Illinois State 3 (7–1)McNeese State 1 (9–0)McNeese State 2 (9–0)McNeese State 1 (10–0)Jacksonville State (13–2)2.
3.VillanovaVillanova (0–1) тVillanova (1–1)Jacksonville State 3 (2–1)Jacksonville State 3 (3–1)Jacksonville State 4 (4–1)Jacksonville State 4 (4–1)James Madision 3 (7–0)Illinois State 3 (6–1)Chattanooga (7–1)North Dakota State (7–2)North Dakota State (8–2)North Dakota State 1 (9–2)Richmond (10–4)3.
4.Sam Houston StateSam Houston State 2 (0–1)Jacksonville State 5 (1–1)Villanova (2–1)Illinois State (2–1)Illinois State (3–1)Illinois State (4–1)Illinois State 2 (5–1)Chattanooga (6–1)Eastern Washington (6–2)Coastal Carolina (8–1)Coastal Carolina (9–1)Illinois State (9–2)Sam Houston State (11–4)4.
5.Coastal CarolinaIllinois State 6 (0–1)Sam Houston State (0–1)Illinois State (2–1)James Madison 1 (4–0)James Madison (5–0)James Madison 2 (6–0)Chattanooga (5–1)Eastern Washington (4–2)McNeese State (8–0)South Dakota State (7–2)South Dakota State (8–2)Portland State (9–2)Illinois State (10–3)5.
6.Eastern WashingtonJacksonville State 1 (1–0)Illinois State 1 (1–1)Northern Iowa (2–1)Northern Iowa (2–1)Chattanooga (3–1)Chattanooga (4–1)South Dakota State (5–1)North Dakota State (5–2)North Dakota State (6–2)Illinois State (7–2)Illinois State (8–2)James Madison (9–2)Northern Iowa (9–5)6.
7.New HampshireEastern Washington (0–1)Montana (1–1)South Dakota State 1 (2–0)South Dakota State 1 (3–0)Youngstown State (3–1)South Dakota State (4–1)Eastern Washington (3–2)McNeese State (7–0)Richmond (7–1)William & Mary (7–2)William & Mary (8–2)Charleston Southern (9–2)Charleston Southern (10–3)7.
8.ChattanoogaMontana 3 (1–1)South Dakota State 2 (2–0)James Madison (3–0)Chattanooga (3–1)Eastern Washington (2–2)Eastern Washington (3–2)North Dakota State (4–2)Richmond (6–1)Coastal Carolina (7–1)Charleston Southern (8–1)Charleston Southern (9–1)Chattanooga (8–3)Chattanooga (9–4)8.
9.Jacksonville StateMontana State (1–0)Montana State (1–0)Chattanooga (2–1)Eastern Washington (2–2)South Dakota State (3–1)McNeese State (5–0)McNeese State (6–0)James Madison (7–1)Portland State (7–1)Chattanooga (7–2)Chattanooga (8–2)Coastal Carolina (9–2)McNeese State (10–2)9.
10.Northern IowaSouth Dakota State 1 (1–0)James Madison (2–0)Liberty (2–1)Youngstown State (2–1)Northern Iowa (2–2)Fordham (5–1)Sam Houston State (4–2)Sam Houston State (5–2)Sam Houston State (6–2)Eastern Washington (6–3)James Madison (8–2)Sam Houston State (8–3)Portland State (9–3)10.
11.Montana StateJames Madison (1–0)Northern Iowa (1–1)Eastern Washington (1–2)Montana State (2–1)Montana (3–2)Sam Houston State (3–2)Fordham (6–1)Fordham (7–1)South Dakota State (6–2)James Madison (7–2)Portland State (8–2)Richmond (8–3)James Madison (9–3)11.
12.MontanaChattanooga (0–1)Chattanooga (1–1)Youngstown State (2–1)Montana (2–2)Fordham (4–1)Youngstown State (3–2)Richmond (5–1)Portland State (6–1)William & Mary (6–2)Richmond (7–2)Sam Houston State (7–3)South Dakota State (8–3)William & Mary (9–4)12.
13.James MadisonLiberty (1–0)New Hampshire (1–1)Montana State (1–1)Fordham (3–1)McNeese State (4–0)Richmond (4–1)Portland State (5–1)South Dakota State (5–2)Charleston Southern (7–1)Harvard (8–0)North Carolina A&T (9–1)William & Mary (8–3)Colgate (9–5)13.
14.LibertyNorthern Iowa (0–1)Liberty (1–1)Sam Houston State (0–2)Sam Houston State (1–2)Sam Houston State (2–2)Northern Iowa (2–3)Eastern Kentucky (4–2)Eastern Kentucky (5–2)James Madison (7–2)North Carolina A&T (8–1)Fordham (9–2)Northern Iowa (7–4)Montana (8–5)14.
15.South Dakota StateNew Hampshire (0–1)Eastern Washington (0–2)Montana (1–2)McNeese State (3–0)Liberty (3–2)Eastern Kentucky (3–2)Harvard (5–0)William & Mary (5–2)Harvard (7–0)Southern Utah (7–2)Northern Iowa (6–4)Fordham (9–2)The Citadel (9–4)15.
16.Youngstown StateFordham (1–0)Youngstown State (1–1)Fordham (2–1)Portland State (3–0)Villanova (2–2)Montana State (3–2)William & Mary (4–2)Harvard (6–0)North Carolina A&T (7–1)Portland State (7–2)Richmond (7–3)Southern Utah (8–3)South Dakota State (8–4)16.
17.Eastern KentuckyYoungstown State (0–1)Southeastern Louisiana (2–0)McNeese State (2–0)Villanova (2–2)Southeastern Louisiana (3–1)Portland State (4–1)Youngstown State (3–3)Montana (4–3)Fordham (7–2)Fordham (8–2)Montana (6–4)Montana (7–4)Coastal Carolina (9–3)17.
18.RichmondSoutheastern Louisiana (1–0)Cal Poly (1–1)Portland State (2–0)Liberty 92–2)Richmond (3–1)Harvard (4–0)Montana (3–3)Montana State (4–3)Southern Utah (6–2)Sam Houston State (6–3)Southern Utah (7–3)The Citadel (8–3)Southern Utah (8–4)18.
19.Southeastern LouisianaEastern Kentucky (1–0)Fordham (1–1)Southeastern Louisiana (2–1)Southeastern Louisiana (2–1)Montana State (2–2)Montana (3–3)Montana State (3–3)Charleston Southern (6–1)Eastern Kentucky (5–3)Northern Iowa (5–4)Eastern Washington (6–4)Harvard (9–1)Fordham (9–3)19.
20.Indiana StateCal Poly (1–0)Portland State (2–0)Richmond (2–1)Richmond (2–1)Eastern Kentucky 92–2)New Hampshire (3–2)Charleston Southern (5–1)North Carolina A&T (6–1)Northern Iowa (4–4)The Citadel (7–2)Northern Arizona (7–3)North Carolina A&T (9–2)Harvard (9–1)20.
21.FordhamIndiana State (1–0)McNeese State (1–10)Eastern Kentucky (1–1)Eastern Kentucky (2–1)Indiana State (3–1)Southeastern Louisiana (3–2)Indiana State (4–2)Northern Iowa (3–4)Youngstown State (4–4)Youngstown State (5–4)Harvard (8–1)Bethune-Cookman (9–2)North Carolina A&T (10–2)21.
22.HarvardRichmond (0–1)Eastern Kentucky (1–1)Cal Poly (1–2)William & Mary (2–1)New Hampshire (3–2)Liberty (3–3)Villanova (3–3)Dartmouth (6–0)The Citadel (6–2)Montana (5–4)Bethune-Cookman (8–2)Dartmouth (9–1)Western Illinois (7–6)22.
23.McNeese StateMcNeese State (0–0)Richmond (1–1)Indiana State (2–1)New Hampshire (2–2)Portland State (3–1)Charleston Southern (4–1)Western Illinois (4–2)Indiana State (4–3)Montana (4–4)Bethune-Cookman (8–2)Dartmouth (8–1)Northern Arizona (7–4)Eastern Illinois (7–5)23.
24.Idaho StateIdaho State (1–0)Northern Arizona (2–0)New Hampshire (1–2)Indiana State (2–1)Harvard (3–0)Villanova (2–3) тNorth Carolina A&T (5–1)Southern Utah (5–2)Montana State (4–4)Dartmouth (7–1)The Citadel (7–3)Grambling State (8–2)Dartmouth (9–1)24.
25.Eastern Illinois
Indiana State (1–1)William & Mary (1–1)Harvard (2–0)North Dakota (4–1)William & Mary (3–2) тNorthern Iowa (2–4)Youngstown State (3–4)Bethune-Cookman (7–2)Northern Arizona (6–3)Central Arkansas (7–3)Eastern Illinois (7–4)Bethune-Cookman (9–2)25.
Preseason
Aug 5[17]
Week 1
Sep 7[18]
Week 2
Sep 14[19]
Week 3
Sep 21[20]
Week 4
Sep 28[21]
Week 5
Oct 5[22]
Week 6
Oct 12[23]
Week 7
Oct 19[24]
Week 8
Oct 26[25]
Week 9
Nov 2[26]
Week 10
Nov 9[27]
Week 11
Nov 16[28]
Week 12
Nov 23[29]
Week 13 (Final)
Jan 11[30]
Dropped:
25. Eastern Illinois
Dropped:
  • 24. Idaho State
  • T-25. Harvard
  • T-25. William & Mary
Dropped:
24. Northern Arizona
Dropped:
22. Cal Poly
Dropped:
22. William & Mary
Dropped:
  • 21. Indiana State
  • 25. North Dakota
Dropped:
  • 20. New Hampshire
  • 21. Southeastern Louisiana
  • 22. Liberty
Dropped:
  • 22. Villanova
  • 23. Western Illinois
Dropped:
  • 22. Dartmouth
  • 23. Indiana State
Dropped:
  • 19. Eastern Kentucky
  • 24. Montana State
Dropped:
21. Youngstown State
Dropped:
  • 19. Eastern Washington
  • 25. Central Arkansas
Dropped:
  • 21. Northern Arizona
  • 24. Grambling State

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