Reminder this is a “Power Ranking.” It means different things to different people. Some view it as the best team, some view it as hottest team at the moment. At the end of the year, the team that wins the conference may not be No. 1 in our rankings. We had 14 voters this week.
This week [Last week] Team – Point total (First Place Votes)
1.  Weber State Wildcats – 117 (14 First place votes)
The Wildcats re-secure their one lost first place vote. There have been 44 votes placed so far this season and Weber has had 43 of those first-place votes, even though they did not play last week.
2.  UC Davis Aggies – 92
The Aggies make about as big of a jump as the 4th quarter they put together in the Kibbie Dome Saturday. Trailing most the game, they owned the 4th quarter for a ten-point win on the road to open the spring season.
Got Weber next, will they be in the 1 spot next week?
3.  Eastern Washington Eagles – 84
The Eagles take care of business. It did little for their position in the power rankings. Their opponent however, not so lucky.
Another bottom-half power ranking team up next. How big do they need to win by to move up?
4.  Idaho Vandals – 76
Another year of a big upset win vs Top 15 Eastern Washington only to give a let down performance the following week. The Vandals lose at home to UC Davis. Though down 7 or 8 starters, the result was telling enough that they drop two spots this week.
They are behind Eastern Washington, who they just beat two weeks ago. Typical up and down Big Sky.
5.  Cal Poly Mustangs – 45
They still have not played, yet they have moved up in the rankings? This week will be telling as they open vs Southern Utah.
6.  Idaho State Bengals – 43
The Bengals get a big win this week against our new last place team. The win was enough to get the Bengals out of the cellar.
Tyler Vander Waal played much better this week vs the Thunderbirds with 238 yards, 3 TDS and 0 INTS. Maybe more impressive is the 56 yards on the ground.
Tough test this week at home vs EWU.
7.  Northern Arizona Lumberjacks– 31
Lumberjacks had people believing they could be sneaky good this year.
It appears our voters are on the shockingly bad train at this point in the season.
8.  Southern Utah Thunderbirds– 18
The poor Thunderbirds have played in two very close matchups thus far this season. Losing on a walk-off touchdown vs NAU in week one, and a 30 yard field goal vs the Bengals with 5 seconds left in week two.
Cal Poly is next. Rust paired with and offensive system change, can SUU maybe be the team with the walk-off this week and get back out of the 8 spot? We will see!