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The 2010 Gridiron Power Index — 11.9

Nov 11, 2010, 10:08 AM EST

The Gridiron Power Index (GPI), the index ranking for the NCAA Division I FCS and a top indicator of at-large playoff selection released its index after the action of Week 10 of the 2010 season.  Following a week of big upsets – including two formerly unbeaten teams falling from the undefeated ranks – Delaware and William & Mary ended 1 and 2 in the GPI this week, capping another week where the Colonial Athletic Association nabbed a total of seven spots in the Top 25.   The College Sporting News released the index Tuesday.

11/09/2010 GPI Top 25
1. Delaware (1.375)
2. William & Mary (1.625)

3. Eastern Washington 4.125)
4. Appalachian State (4.375)
5. Wofford (4.625)
6. Villanova (6.125)
7. Stephen F. Austin (7.75)
8. Montana State (9.75)
9. Jacksonville State (9.875)
T10. New Hampshire (12.00)
T10. Northern Iowa (12.00)
12. Massachusetts (12.875)
13. Western Illinois (15.50)
14. Montana (16.125)
15. Southeast Missouri State (16.50)
16. Sacramento State (16.625)
17. North Dakota State (19.25)
18. Northern Arizona (20.375)
19. Cal Poly SLO (21.625)
20. Chattanooga (21.75)
21. Richmond (22.625)
22. Georgia Southern (23.375)
23. South Dakota State (24.125)
24. Robert Morris (24.375)
25. James Madison (24.875)

Conference Ranking:
1. Colonial Athletic Association (22.013)
2. Big Sky Conference (28.333)
3. Missouri Valley Football Conference (29.250)
4. Southern Conference (30.069)
5. Great West Conference (38.500)
6. Southland Conference (42.069)
7. Ohio Valley Conference (44.667)
8. Northeast Conference (52.123)
9. Ivy League (56.734)
10. Southwestern Athletic Conference (60.738)
11. Big South Conference (61.357)
12. Patriot League (63.804)
13. Independents (66.625)
14. Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference (67.014)
15. Pioneer Football League (68.400)

Full GPI Detail:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?…en&output=html

Conference Ranking Detail:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?…=1&output=html

Column Definitions:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/pub?…=2&output=html