(Neb.)-Eagles seventh in Super Region Four rankings
by Alex Helmbrecht, CSC Sports Information
The Chadron State College football team is ranked seventh in the initial NCAA Division II Super Region Four rankings.
Colorado State University-Pueblo is ranked first and Ohio Dominican is second. The remaining teams ranked ahead of Chadron State are Saginaw Valley State, Midwestern State, West Texas A&M and Indianapolis.
The top six teams in each of the four regions will advance to the D-II playoffs at the end of the regular season. The top two ranked teams in each region will receive first round byes, while the third and fourth ranked teams will host an opening round game.
Super Region Four includes teams from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the Lone Star Conference and the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.
The Eagles, who are 6-2 overall and 5-1 in the RMAC, have only lost to CSU-Pueblo and West Texas A&M this season.
Rounding out the top 10 in Super Region Four are Grand Valley State, Texas A&M Commerce and Tarleton State.
Chadron State will play at Western New Mexico Saturday at noon.
NCAA Super Region Four
1. CSU-Pueblo (8-0)
2. Ohio Dominican (7-0)
3. Saginaw Valley State (7-1)
4. Midwestern State (6-1)
5. West Texas A&M (7-1)
6. Indianapolis (7-1)
7. Chadron State (6-2)
8. Grand Valley State (6-2)
9. Texas A&M Commerce (6-2)
10. Tarleton State (5-2)
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