San Mateo — Notes on the final 2014 regular season official  California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.         (111714)
Riverside City College retains its top state ranking heading into the CCCAA playoffs while Northern California teams continue their weekly shakeup of the order behind the Tigers. The final regular season top five all qualified for the 8-team playoffs: No. 2 City College of San Francisco, No.3 American River, No. 4 Mt. San Antonio,  and No.5 Fullerton
— along with No. 8 Butte, the defending state champions.
The two additional National Division conference champs in the field are No. 13 Ventura and No. 14 Chabot.
   Quarterfinal pairings, Nov. 22; Southern California:
National Bowl: Ventura (6-4) at Riverside (9-1), 6 p.m.; Southern California Bowl: Fullerton (8-2) at Mt. San Antonio (8-2), 6 p.m.
  Northern California:
San Francisco Community College Bowl: Chabot (6-4) at CCSF (9-1), 1 p.m. Gridiron Classic Bowl: Butte (7-3) at American River (9-1), 1 p.m. Highest seeded winners host regional final games Nov. 29. State championship is Dec. 13 at SCFA winner.
No. 15 Victor Valley (10-0), an American Division team, finished as the only unbeaten among the state’s 69 teams but will not be participating in post season play.  [More notes below.]

2014 FINAL REGLAR SEASON

Official  CCCFCA/JCAB  STATE RATINGS

 The Top 25 teams in the JC Athletic Bureau’s official California Community College Football Coaches Association  State Poll, with first-place votes in brackets,  won-loss  records,  total points ( based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote), and previous ranking.
 
Rk  College                          Record  Pts.   Prv
1.   Riverside              [13]      9-1       397      1
2.   San Francisco                 [1]        9-1       378      3
3.   American River   [2]        9-1       353      5
4.   Mt. San Antonio               8-2       346      4
5.   Fullerton                           8-2       334      6
6.   San Mateo                       8-2       328      2
7.   Long Beach                     8-2       315      8
8.   Butte                                7-3       277      7
9.   Diablo Valley                    7-3       249      14
10.  Golden West                    7-3       244      9
11.  Cerritos                            7-3       240      13
12.  Santa Rosa                7-3       207      10
13. Ventura                            6-4       169      11
14.  Chabot                             6-4       145      24
15.  Victor Valley                   10-0      143      17
16.  Bakersfield                       6-4       140      19
17.  Chaffey                            6-4       136      18
18.  Laney                               6-4       132      12
19.  Southwestern                   9-1       99       20
20.  Hartnell                            9-1       93       23
21.  Siskiyous                         6-4       89       nr
22.  Glendale                          9-1       85       22
23.  West Hills                         9-1       83       16
24.  Sacramento                     6-4       80       15
25t. Fresno                              6-4       59       21
25t. Palomar                           6-4       59       25
Others included: Contra Costa (9-1), Saddleback (5-5), Santa Monica (7-3), Shasta (8-2), Grossmont (4-6), Modesto (4-6), Hancock (4-6), Canyons (4-6), Santa Barbara (7-3).

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