Chadron State College football team is third in the D-II Super Region Four rankings. The Eagles are 8-2 overall and ranked 21st in the country. Chadron State has one final game this Saturday at home against Colorado Mines. Colorado State University-Pueblo (10-0) is in the top spot, while Ashland, also 10-0, are second. Midwestern State (8-1) is fourth, Indianapolis (8-1) is fifth and West Texas A&M is sixth (8-2).
The top six teams in each of the four regions will advance to the NCAA Division 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.