UTC is No. 17 and No. 18 in Latest Football Polls

Monday, November 11, 2013 - by B.B. Branton

On the strength of a 20-10 win against Wofford this past Saturday, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga football team is ranked No.17 in The Sports Network (TSN) poll and No. 18 in the FCS Coaches poll.

The Mocs are 8-2 overall and 6-1 in the Southern Conference.

In TSN poll, UTC has moved to No.17 from 24, a jump of seven places from last week. Wofford and UTC switched places in the poll, as the Terriers are now No.24 after being No. 17 last week.

In the FCS Coaches Poll, the Mocs are No. 18, moving up five places from No.23. Wofford is now No.21.

North Dakota State (9-0) remains No.1 in both polls.

This Week's Game: UTC is at Samford (3 p.m. EST) ... If UTC wins, the Mocs win the SoCon outright and earn the NCAA automatic berth for the playoffs. If Samford beats UTC, then UTC, Samford or Furman can win the title and automatic bid depending on various scenarios.

In the Coaches po


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