CCSF National Champions

Seattle, Wash. -- The 2011 JCFootball.com / JC Grid-Wire National Title goes to City College of San Francisco (12-0). The Rams finished the season on Saturday with a home victory, 52-42, over Mt. San Antonio (11-2). East Mississippi (12-0) finished second followed by Butler (11-1), Mt. San Antonio, and Riverside (11-0).

JC FOOTBALL NATIONAL TOP 25 (FINAL)

  1. City College of San Francisco (12-0)
  2. East Mississippi (12-0)
  3. Butler (11-1)
  4. Mt. San Antonio (11-2)
  5. Riverside (11-0)
  6. Arizona Western (11-1)
  7. Grand Rapids (11-0)
  8. Fresno (10-1)
  9. Butte (10-1)
  10. Mississippi Gulf Coast (10-2)
  11. Navarro (10-2)
  12. Blinn College (9-2)
  13. Cerritos (8-4)
  14. American River (11-0)
  15. El Camino (8-3)
  16. Iowa Western (9-2)
  17. Trinity Valley (8-3)
  18. Palomar (7-4)
  19. Hutchinson (9-3)
  20. College of San Mateo (8-3)
  21. Saddleback (8-3)
  22. Modesto (8-3)
  23. New Mexico Military (9-3)
  24. Dean (8-1)
  25. TIE Tyler (7-4)
  26. TIE Ventura (7-4)

Others:

Hinds (7-3), San Joaquin Delta (8-3), Snow (9-3), Allan Hancock (7-4)

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