Maverick Football moves up to second spot in latest region rankings

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The Minnesota State football team has moved up one spot to second in the latest edition of the NCAA Super Region Four Rankings.

Central Washington currently sits atop the rankings, with Midwestern State also improving one spot to third. Winona State fell to fourth after losing to MSU last week. Sioux Falls (5th), Colorado Mesa (6th) and Texas A&M-Commerce (7th) rounded out the top-seven.

The NSIC, the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC), the Lone Star Conference (LSC) and the Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) make up the 41-team NCAA Super Region Four this season. The Division II Football Championship provides for a maximum field of 28 teams, seven from each of the four super regions. Twelve (12) first-round games will be conducted on the campus of one of the competing institutions. The top seed in each selection region (super regional) will receive a bye in the first round of the playoffs.

The Mavericks continue their season this Saturday as they host the Wayne State Wildcats at Blakeslee Stadium. Kickoff is scheduled for 12:00 p.m.

NCAA Super Region Four Rankings (Week #2)

Team (Conference) In-Region Record DII Record
1. Central Washington (GNAC) 8-0 9-0
2. Minnesota State (NSIC) 9-0 9-0
3. Midwestern State (LSC 6-0 7-0
4. Winona State (NSIC) 8-1 8-1
5. Sioux Falls (NSIC) 8-1 8-1
6. Colorado Mesa (RMAC) 8-1 8-1
7. Texas A&M-Commerce (LSC) 5-1 7-1
8. Humboldt State (GNAC) 7-1 7-1
9. Minnesota Duluth (NSIC) 7-2 7-2
10. Eastern New Mexico (LSC) 6-1 7-1

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