The Maine Black Bears move up to #38 in the weekly Sporting Network national FCS poll and next on the schedule is #6 Villanova.

The Wildcats will come to Orono with a 3-1 record. After losing to Syracuse 27-26 on opening day, Nova has scored 140 points in three wins against Fordham, JMU and Penn.

The CAA has six teams ranked in this week's top-25. New Hampshire leads the way at #4 and then Villanova at #6.

The Sports Network FCS Top 25

College Football Poll

Team (First-place votes)

2014 Record

Points

Previous Rank

1. North Dakota State Bison (153)

4-0

4017

1

2. Eastern Washington Eagles (8)

4-1

3865

2

3. Coastal Carolina Chanticleers

5-0

3501

3

4. New Hampshire Wildcats

3-1

3408

4

5. McNeese State Cowboys

2-1

3274

5

6. Villanova Wildcats

3-1

3249

6

7. Montana Grizzlies

3-2

3000

7

8. Jacksonville State Gamecocks

3-1

2888

8

9. South Dakota State Jackrabbits

3-1

2710

9

10. Northern Iowa Panthers

2-2

2489

10

11. Southeastern Louisiana Lions

3-2

2308

11

12. William & Mary Tribe

4-1

1999

12

13. Montana State Bobcats

3-2

1902

13

14. Chattanooga Mocs

2-2

1661

14

15. Southern Illinois Salukis

4-1

1615

17

16. Fordham Rams

4-1

1614

16

17. Bethune-Cookman Wildcats

3-1

1479

15

18. Youngstown State Penguins

3-1

1351

18

19. Eastern Kentucky Colonels

4-0

1222

19

20. Richmond Spiders

2-2

1066

20

21. Tennessee State Tigers

4-1

858

21

22. Illinois State Redbirds

3-0

600

23

23. Albany Great Danes

4-0

453

24

24. Delaware Blue Hens

3-1

343

25

25. Indiana State Sycamores

3-1

270

NR

Others receiving votes: Missouri State 147, Charleston Southern 146, Northern Arizona 142, Sam Houston State 105, Southeast Missouri State 72, Liberty 62, North Carolina A&T 61, Alabama State 57, Harvard 50, Alcorn State 40, Yale 39, Samford 25, Maine 24, Northwestern State 22, South Dakota 20, Furman 20, Eastern Illinois 19, Towson 17, Bucknell 16, Presbyterian 15, South Carolina State 13, Saint Francis-PA 11, Bryant 10, Abilene Christian 9, Wofford 9, Western Carolina 8, Tennessee Tech 5, James Madison 4, Jacksonville 4, Sacred Heart 3, San Diego 3, Central Arkansas 2, Lafayette 2, Stephen F. Austin 1.