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What is the Division One record for most points allowed in a season?

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2008-03-07 19:23:49
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Prior to the 2007 season it is:

566 in 12 games by Eastern Michigan in 2002.

The record is not believed to have been broken during the 2007 season, but the official record book has only been released before the 2007 season.

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