Fresh off a 35-0 thrashing of rival Service, South climbed into the No. 1 spot among large schools in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll, and previous No. 1 Bartlett tumbled to No. 4.
After finishing sixth in the 10-team WCHA last season, league media peg UAA for sixth place this season, while league coaches say the Seawolves will finish seventh. UAF landed at No. 5 in both polls.Doyle Woody
Dimond's Jordan Tufaga rushed for 256 yards and five touchdowns and returned a fumble for another score Saturday, accounting for all six Lynx touchdowns in a 38-15 Cook Inlet Conference victory over East.Doyle Woody