When kickoff rolls around for the Colorado School of Mines football team Saturday, the Orediggers will find themselves in rarified air.
As hosts of an NCAA Division II quarterfinal for the first time in school history, they have a chance to extend what is already a historic season. Yet it wasn’t until a few former Orediggers showed up at practice this week that redshirt senior running back Michael Zeman began to fully comprehend what will be at stake when Angelo State visits Marv Kay Stadium at noon Saturday.
It was while he was talking with an alumnus from the 1950s that it really hit home.
“He was talking about how, ‘I know so many alumni that are here today because we’re living through you guys on the field, it means so much to us,’” Zeman said. “It made me feel…
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