After some trouble posting, I am finally back up, and ready to go as is Nebraska-Kearney and Colorado St. Pueblo in the second round of the 2011 NCAA Playoffs.
This week Nebraska-Kearney has a chance to beat Wayne State, but this time Wayne State is from Michigan.
Colorado St.-Pueblo, if you ask me, maybe has the toughest contest in the bracket today, as CSP did earn the 1 seed in the Super Region 3, however are playing the current defend National Champion in Minnesota-Duluth.
The Harlon Hill Trophy, given to the NCAA Division II college football player of the year, picks a total of 22 players across the nation as its regional finalists.
Jesse Lewis (Colorado St.-Pueblo), Clay Garcia (Colorado Mines) and Jake Spitzlberger (Nebraska-Kearney) are finalists for the award from six regional finalists from Super Region 3, which includes players from the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference, the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference and the Great Lakes Intercollegiate
Here it is, the final regular season match-ups, and Nebraska-Kearney's last regular season game as an RMAC school before moving to the MIAA.
Colorado Mines vs Nebraska-Kearney
This game has so many implications to the post season, its ridiculous. Nebraska-Kearney currently sits behind Colorado St.-Pueblo in the Super 3 regional rankings. Colorado Mines currently moved up to 10th, and if a few upsets occur today in the NSIC and a win over
Here are the current RMAC standings
Colorado St.-Pueblo 7-0
Colorado Mines 5-2
Chadron State 5-2
Adams State 3-4
Western New Mexico 3-4
New Mexico Highlands 2-5
Colorado Mesa 2-5
Fort Lewis 1-6
Western State 1-6
Chadron State vs Colorado Mines
This one is for the battle for third and fourth. With Colorado Mines being
With recent stir ups in the cross over regional conferences, has allowed Colorado St.-Pueblo and Nebraska-Kearney to be in the drivers seat of Super Region 3.
SUPER REGION THREE In-Region Overall
1 Colorado State-Pueblo 7-0 8-0
2 Nebraska-Kearney 7-1 7-1
3 Minnesota Duluth 7-1 7-1
4 Wayne State (Mich.) 7-1 7-1
5 St. Cloud State 6-1 7-1