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College Football: Raiders end regular season Saturday at Fergus Falls

The Central Lakes College Raiders, who received votes in the current NJCAA Top 20 poll, will take their show on the road to Minnesota State Fergus Falls at 1:30 p.m. Saturday to end the regular season.

The Central Lakes College Raiders, who received votes in the current NJCAA Top 20 poll, will take their show on the road to Minnesota State Fergus Falls at 1:30 p.m. Saturday to end the regular season.

CLC's defensive unit has held all opponents to 20 points or less all season and sports three games in which they held the other team to single digits.

The Raiders also boast a solid ground game, with Nuke Crowell leading the way with a 164-yard effort last week.

Fergus Falls will likely lean on Andrew Costello. He led the Spartans last week with 12 total stops against Western Division champion Dakota College.

CLC finished 4-1 in the Eastern Division and is 6-1 overall. Minnesota State is 1-6 overall.

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In the Western Division, one thing is certain; Dakota College-Bottineau is the divisional winner (5-0 West/6-1 overall) and will host MCAC playoff contests for as long as they remain in the competition, with the exception of the MCAC State Championship game at St. Cloud State University and Husky Stadium. DCB ends the regular season Saturday against Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College.

One of the top contests Saturday features Mesabi Range College (4-1 East / 5-2 Overall) against North Dakota State College of Science (3-2 West /4-3 Overall) at 1:30 p.m. at Wahpeton, N.D.

Western Division squad Ridgewater College travels to Rochester CTC at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, where they will take on the Yellowjackets. The surging Warriors (2-3 West / 3-4 overall) have won their last two games, while RCTC (4-1 East /5-2 overall) is coming off of a 50-0 whitewashing of Itasca CC last week.

Minnesota West CTC will make the trek from Worthington to Ely to face the Vermilion Community College Ironmen at noon Saturday. Vermilion is 1-4 in the East and 2-5 overall while Minnesota West is 1-4 in the West and 2-5 overall.

On Thursday, Western Division Northland Community and Technical College beat Itasca Community College 39-12 at Grand Rapids. Northland finishes 6-2 overall and Itasca 2-6.

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