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Photo by Gretel Daugherty

Quarterback Eystin Salum and the Colorado Mesa football team jumped four spots to No. 16 in the Division II American Football Coaches Association Rankings on Monday. The Mavericks also moved into first place in the RMAC standings with their win at Dixie State and CSU-Pueblo’s loss at Fort Lewis this past Saturday.

New view at the top

RMAC-leading Mesa feels it can't let down

Russ Martin altered Colorado Mesa’s pregame routine just a bit Saturday.
With a 6 p.m. kickoff, before they began pregame meetings, the coaches were keeping an eye on other RMAC games, Obviously, as Fort Lewis kept building its lead on CSU-Pueblo, that game was of particular interest.
So, before boarding the buses to Dixie State’s Solar Legend Field in St. George, Utah, Martin had the Mavericks watch the final few minutes of that game online. He reminded his team that anything can happen in the conference each Saturday.


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