Reinhardt unranked in NAIA’s spring football poll
by Emily Horos
ehoros@cherokeetribune.com
04:00 AM, Wednesday, April 16
A year changes a lot, but apparently five months doesn’t change much at all. The NAIA spring football poll was released Monday, and though Reinhardt did not make the rankings, it was among the teams garnering votes.

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