Club Football Moves Up To No. 2 In Latest NCFA Poll; Columbus State Next Up
September 22, 2011CHATTAHOOCHEE TECHNICAL COLLEGE ATHLETICS
The CTC football team is climbing the National Club Football Association poll, achieving their highest ranking ever by sliding into the No. 2 spot. The Golden Eagles are coming off a dramatic 23-20 two-overtime win against Orangeburg-Calhoun Tech, ranked 10th in the poll.
Chatt Tech will play its third straight home game to open the season this Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Osborne High School, as fellow club team Columbus State comes to Marietta. CSU, an NCAA Division II member in all its other sports, lost 47-15 back on Sept. 10 to No. 1-ranked club team the University of New Orleans. UNO is also the defending national champion.
At 2-0, the Golden Eagles have excelled offensively behind the quarterback play of Bryan Owens and a strong committee of running backs. On special teams, placekicker Brett Snyder, who hit a 33-yarder to defeat Orangeburg-Calhoun, is perfect on extra points and 2-of-4 on field goals.
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