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Tigers picked eighth in MIAA football poll

Published on -8/5/2013, 9:58 AM

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By The Hays Daily News

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Fort Hays State University football team was picked eighth by the coaches and the media in the MIAA preseason poll, released Monday morning.

Fort Hays, coming off a 5-6 overall (4-6 MIAA) campaign in 2012, is picked just above where it finished. The Tigers tied for ninth in the conference a year ago. Week 1 opponent Emporia State University (Sept. 5) was picked to finish seventh in both polls.

In the coaches poll, Missouri Western State University and Northwest Missouri State University were tied at the top, while the Bearcats secured the top spot in the media poll. For more, see Tuesday's Hays Daily News.

Full polls below:

MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll

T1. Missouri Western (6) 159

T1. Northwest Missouri (6) 159

3. Pittsburg State (2) 145

4. Central Missouri 119

5. Lindenwood 117

6. Washburn 116

7. Emporia State 113

8. Fort Hays State 70

9. Missouri Southern 68

10. Central Oklahoma 57

11. Northeastern State 56

12. Nebraska-Kearney 51

13. Southwest Baptist 30

14. Lincoln 14

(first-place votes)

MIAA Preseason

Media Poll

1. Northwest Missouri (10) 300

2. Missouri Western (10) 294

3. Pittsburg State (2) 276

4. Washburn 231

5. Lindenwood 221

6. Central Missouri 205

7. Emporia State (1) 197

T8. Missouri Southern 138

T8. Fort Hays State 138

10. Northeastern State 125

11. Central Oklahoma 113

12. Nebraska-Kearney 96

13. Southwest Baptist 52

14. Lincoln 29

(first-place votes)

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