Despite a 35-13 win over Western State Colorado University, Gunnison, the Eagles players said they still aren’t satisfied about their performance.
CSC pulled through in the end to beat Colorado Mesa University, 30-24, Saturday and jumped one spot from 20 to No. 19 in D2Football.com’s Top 25 Poll.
After losing a close game against No. 4-ranked West Texas A&M Sept. 12, the Eagles prepare for their first home game at Saturday’s Family Day against Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction.
After a 40-34 double-overtime victory last week over Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, the Eagles are heading south to Arlington, Texas, where they face West Texas A&M, Canyon, tonight in a nationally-televised game from Cowboys Stadium.
It took an interception in double overtime for the Eagles to win their Sept. 5 season opener against Missouri University of Science and Technology, in Rolla.
The Eagles started to focus on the upcoming football season this past weekend with a scrimmage.
As the cross country team gets ready to start a new season, the runners will notice a few changes from previous years. The team has a new distance coach this year, in the form of Coach Brian Medigovich.
The NCAA suspended CSC starting safety Trelan Taylor, 22, for the first six games this year for failing to earn sufficient credit hours to be eligible for the 2011 season.
With the sun finally shining, Chadron State’s football team stormed the field on Saturday to play in the spring football game, where the Whites made a comeback to oust the Cardinals 39-36. This year’s game yielded the highest score in the past four spring games.
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