First off, just before the weekend, D1A released its Power Rankings for February.
Here they are:
Seven teams move at least four spots this week.
We took a closer look at Sam Houston State and realized we had dismissed an early result that we should not have, so the Bearkats move up. San Jose State keeps on winning and the Spartans are now at #12.
Cal swept their two games on their Arizona trip over the weekend, beating 85-10 ad Grand Canyon
On Saturday in Tucson Cal got a brace of tries each from Oliver Newall, Pat Deely, Will Shankland. Kealan O'Connell continued his form as a goalkicker with 10 conversions for 20 points.
San Jose State remains atop the California D1AA North conference after a very convincing 72-3 victory over San Francisco State.
Central Washington defeated Cal Poly 39-20 Saturday in a game that probably reflected well on both teams.
While CWU was in a situation where they were likely to win from the outset, they weren't able to fully shake Cal Poly and the Mustangs scored two good tries later in the game to stick around.
"Pour of our effort," said Cal Poly Head Coach Chris O'Brien.