WACO, Texas — For the first time since Oct. 15, 2012, Michigan Tech is ranked in the American Football Coaches Association Division II Top 25 Poll. The Huskies, fresh off a 34-31 victory over rival Northern Michigan last Saturday (Sept. 27) to move to 4-0, enter the poll at No. 23.
Tech is one of three GLIAC teams in the top 25. Ohio Dominican is ranked No. 8 while Ferris State is at No. 13. All three teams are 4-0 on the year.
Three of the Huskies four wins have come by less than a touchdown. Field goals on the final plays of the game at Wayne State (Sept. 4, 18-17) and Northern Michigan (Sept. 27, 34-31) decided two of those.
Michigan Tech has this weekend off. Its next game will come Oct. 11 at Northwood.
You can view the entire AFCA coaches’ poll here.
(Information Courtesy of MTU Athletics/AFCA)