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USA Today/NWCA/AWN Division I Coaches TEAM Poll. Tue 11/19/13 10:02 AM

Penn State remains No. 1 after 2-0 weekend; Stanford moves into Top25 after weekend win over Maryland
 
LINK: http://www.nwcaonline.com/nwcawebsite/News/2013/11/19/penn-state-remains-no.-1-after-2-0-weekend-stanford-moves-into-top-25-after-weekend-win-over-maryland

Penn State remains No. 1 after 2-0 weekend; Stanford moves into Top 25 after weekend win over Maryland
 
For the second straight week, Penn State garnered nine of 10 possible first-place votes to maintain the top spot in the USA Today/NWCA/AWN Division I Coaches Poll.
 
The Nittany Lions went 2-0 on the road in weekend competition, beating then-No. 25 Rider 34-8 and rival Lehigh 22-12.
 
Second-ranked Minnesota and fourth-ranked Iowa were idle in dual competition, while third-ranked Oklahoma State opened up with a home victory over Bucknell. Fifth-ranked Oklahoma improved to 4-0 after two Sunday wins. The Sooners beat Hofstra and Bucknell.
 
Cornell opens up its dual slate this week against Binghamton. Illinois started 3-0 with wins at Chicago area high schools against Arizona State, SIU-Edwardsville and Division II Ouachita Baptist.
 
No. 8 Virginia Tech improved to 7-0 on the young season. The Hokies beat No. 9 Edinboro 27-14 on Saturday before beating American 30-9 and Division III Manchester 59-0. Virginia Tech coach Kevin Dresser won his 100th dual as the Hokies’ head coach on Sunday.
 
Ninth-ranked Ohio State beat the No. 1 team in Division II, Notre Dame College, 29-11. Missouri moved into the top 10 after Edinboro slid to No. 12 in this week’s rankings.
 
Oregon State slid two spots after losing to then-No. 20 Michigan 20-12 in Ann Arbor, Mich., on Sunday. Lehigh beat No. 15 Bloomsburg, causing the Huskies to slide six spots down to No. 21.
 
Purdue moved into the Top 20 after opening up its 100th season of collegiate wrestling by defeating Duke 27-7.
 
Stanford beat then No. 22 Maryland 17-16 on criteria on Sunday. The Cardinal moved into the Top 25 for the first time this season. Head coach Jason Borrelli will head back to Michigan to take on his father Tom’s team, Central Michigan, on Monday, Nov. 25.
 
 
Rank   Team (First)   Record   Points   Previous
1   Penn State (9)   2-0   399   1
2   Minnesota (1)   0-0   391   2
3   Oklahoma State    1-0   380   3
4   Iowa    0-0   369   4
5   Oklahoma   4-0   361   5
6   Cornell    0-0   344   6
7   Illinois   3-0   341   7
8   Virginia Tech   7-0   334   8
9   Ohio State    1-0   312   9(tie)
10   Missouri    1-0   306   11
11   Nebraska   1-0   297   13
12   Edinboro    0-1   285   9(tie)
13   Pittsburgh     1-0   279   14
14   Oregon State   3-1   261   12
15   Virginia   5-1   255   16
16   Iowa State   4-0   244   17
17   Northern Iowa   0-0   238   18
18   Northwestern   4-1   234   19
19   Michigan   2-1   226   20
20   Purdue    1-0   191   21
21   Bloomsburg   0-1   142   15
22   Rider   3-1   141   25
23   Stanford   4-0   135   NR
24   Wisconsin   5-2   114   23
25   Central Michigan   2-1   111   24
 
Dropped Out: Maryland
Others Receiving Votes:
Ohio 78
Maryland 72
Lehigh 49
Kent State 37
Old Dominion 36
Wyoming 20
Navy 18
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