Apr 14, 2020 4:36 PM

Chadron State football schedule is complete with trio of night games

Posted Apr 14, 2020 4:36 PM

By: Dave Collins, Eagle Radio Chadron Sports Director

When college football season comes back this fall the Chadron State Eagles will have a unique schedule that creates some big excitement with three night games on the schedule.

A handful of kickoff times had been posted or announced by CSC and opponents as winter turned to spring, and a check on the CSC athletics website Tuesday morning reveled the school has now posted all of the official 2020 kickoff times.

The biggest update is seeing the October 10 game at arch-rival CSU-Pueblo being slated for an evening start, 6:00 PM in Pueblo.  The game joins the Eagles Week 2 road game at Missouri S&T and Week 3 road contest at SD Mines in the same time slot.  CSC will have three road night games but none at Elliott Field in Chadron.

Here's the complete 2020 CSC football schedule with updated kickoff times:

9/5 - Western Colorado - Noon

9/12 - at Missouri S&T - 6:00

9/19 - at SD Mines - 6:00

9/26 - Colorado Mesa (Homecoming) - 1:00

10/3 - New Mexico Highlands - Noon

10/10 - at CSU-Pueblo - 6:00

10/17 - Adams State - Noon

10/24 - at Fort Lewis - Noon

10/31 - Colorado School of Mines - Noon

11/7 - at Western Oregon - 2:05

11/14 - Black Hills State - Noon

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Apr 14, 2020 4:36 PM
NBA star donates 650 computers to children in need as schools remain closed

Associated Press

Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook has donated 650 computers to children in need so they can continue learning with schools shut down because of the new coronavirus.

Westbrook’s Why Not? Foundation teamed with Comp-U-Dopt and Houston mayor Sylvester Turner’s office of education to provide computers to underprivileged children across the city.

Comp-U-Dopt has given almost 1,000 computers to families in Houston since March 18 through a computer drive-thru. Families register through the Comp-U-Dopt website and can get a free computer if they are selected through a lottery. Turner’s office said that 83% of students given computers live in households earning less than $35,000 a year.

“Russell Westbrook proves why he is a champion on and off the court,” Turner said. “This donation will be a game changer for many students and their families coping with the impact of the COVID-19 crisis.”