Paul Grua, Weber State Athletics
Weber State's David Jones runs against Portland State on Nov. 11.

Weber State football is now a top-10 team. After Saturday's big win at Portland State, the Wildcats are now ranked ninth in the nation in the latest FCS Coaches poll. WSU also is 12th in the STATS FCS poll.

It is Weber State's highest ranking since the 2009 season.

Weber State rolled to a 63-17 win at Portland State on Saturday afternoon for its fourth-straight victory. The Wildcats are now 8-2 overall and 6-1 in Big Sky play with one game remaining. Weber State is tied for first place in the Big Sky with Southern Utah and Northern Arizona.

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Weber State is the highest of four ranked teams in the Big Sky. Southern Utah is 14th in the STATS poll and 18th in the coaches poll. Eastern Washington is 18th in STATS and 20th in the coaches poll, and Northern Arizona comes in 23rd in both polls.

This marks just the sixth time in school history WSU has won at least eight games in a season.

The Wildcats close out the regular season hosting Idaho State on Saturday at 2 p.m., at Stewart Stadium. A win will clinch a share of the Big Sky title for just the fifth time in school history and the first since 2008.

Weber State football: Wildcats ranked in top 10

Highlights from Weber State's 63-17 win over Portland State on Saturday. The Wildcats are now ranked ninth in the nation.

Paul Grua is the Director of Athletic Communications at Weber State University.