Georgetown College and Cumberlands were voted the pre-season favorites in the Mid-South Conference football race, according to the coaches' poll announced Tuesday.
Georgetown is tabbed as the favorite in the East Division with 24 voting points, including four first-place votes from the six East Division coaches. Cumberlands is the team to beat in the West after picking up 34 points, including four first-place votes from the seven West Division coaches. Coaches were not allowed to vote for their own team.
Georgetown won the 2010 East Division title with a 6-0 record. The Tigers finished last season 8-3, including a trip to the NAIA playoffs.
Campbellsville was projected as a close second-place finisher to Georgetown, with 22 points and two first-place votes.
Cumberlands won the West with a 5-1 record last season and finished 7-4 overall, joining Georgetown in the NAIA post-season.
Cumberland University finished right behind Cumberlands in the voting, with 33 points and three first-place votes.