CSM No. 1 After 51-6 Win at Butte
 
    San Mateo — Notes on the official 2014 California Community College Football Coaches Association state poll, as compiled by the JC Athletic Bureau.                                                             (092214)
College of San Mateo is the state poll leader for the first time — following a 51-6 win at defending state champion Butte. CSM, with a 6-game win streak since a 28-20 loss at Butte in 2013, garnered 11 first place votes from coaches and totaled 395 points to outpace Mt. San Antonio (385).
Mt. SAC topped four ballots after beating then No. 18 Ventura, 27-3. Riverside held the No. 1 spot for just one week, falling to No. 8 after losing to Grossmont, 38-28.
Conference play gets underway on several fronts Saturday, including in the tough National Central: No. 2 Mt. SAC hosts No.16 Chaffey, No. 6 Long Beach plays at LA Harbor, and Citrus goes to No. 11 El Camino.
Other key Southland openers: National Southern: No. 15 Grossmont at No. 12 Golden West, No. 7 Fullerton at Orange Coast, Saddleback at No. 17 Palomar. National Northern: Ventura at No. 9 Cerritos. American Mountain: Victor Valley (3-0) at No. 14 Southwestern (3-0). American Pacific: No. 23 Glendale at LA Pierce.
 

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.            (092214)
 
Rk  College                          Record  Pts.   Prv
1.   San Mateo           [11]     3-0       395      2
2.   Mt. San Antonio   [4]        3-0       385      3
3.   San Francisco                 [1]        3-0       371      4
 4.   Santa Rosa                      3-0       340      5
5.   American River               3-0       330      7
6.   Long Beach                     3-0       310      13
7.   Fullerton                           2-1       290      11
8.   Riverside                          2-1       273      1
9.   Cerritos                            2-1       256      6
10.  Fresno                              2-1       238      8
11.  El Camino                        2-1       155      23
12.  Golden West                    2-1       181      19
13.  Diablo Valley                    2-1       179      12
14.  Southwestern                   3-0       164      16
15.  Grossmont                       2-1       157      nr
16.  Chaffey                            2-1       147      10
17.  Palomar                           2-1       135      25
18.  Butte                                1-2       132      9
19.  Feather River                   2-1       124      22
20.  Hartnell                            3-0       96       24
21.  Santa Ana                        2-1       91       14
22.  Siskiyous                         1-1       76       21
23.  Glendale                          3-0       69       nr
24.  Laney                               1-2       59       15
25.  West Hills                         3-0       45       nr
Others included:
Chabot (1-2), Bakersfield (1-2), Ventura (1-2), Citrus (1-2), Modesto (1-2), Sierra (1-2), Sacramento (1-2), Victor Valley (3-0), Shasta (2-1), Canyons (1-2).
Prv = Previous Rank     

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