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CSC football to scrimmage Northern Colorado, Wayne State | KTIC Radio

CSC football to scrimmage Northern Colorado, Wayne State

CSC football to scrimmage Northern Colorado, Wayne State
(Kaleb Center/Sports Information Director)

CHADRON, Neb. — March 1, 2021 — The Chadron State College football program has arranged two spring scrimmages with outside competition, Head Football Coach Jay Long revealed Monday.

First-year University of Northern Colorado head coach Ed McCaffrey has invited the CSC team down to Greeley on April 10, for an informal scrimmage on its practice fields. The activities are scheduled to begin at 2 p.m., and no admission will be charged.

The Bears chose to forego the spring season currently underway in their league, the Big Sky Conference, and will instead pursue a modified spring schedule, with a focus on preparing for a full fall season.

The last time Chadron State shared a field with UNC was in 2007, the year after the Bears entered their transition to NCAA Division I. CSC won 31-0 in Greeley.

On April 24, in lieu of the annual Cardinal and White spring intrasquad scrimmage, the Eagles will host Wayne State College and first-year head coach John McMenamin for another scrimmage.

The format for the Wayne scrimmage will be similar to how CSC’s Spring Game is traditionally organized. At 10:30 the teams will take part in drills, followed by about an hour of live competition at noon.

A longtime NAIA rival, Wayne last visited Elliott Field in 2008 for an NCAA Division II playoff game, won by the Eagles, 23-17.

Visitors to Elliott Field should adhere to CSC’s Face Covering Policy, as long as it remains in effect, and practice social distancing.

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