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N-C-A-A Division-Three football playoffs

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(WNFL) - Wisconsin has four teams among the Field-of-32 in the N-C-A-A Division-Three football playoffs.  They're playing each other tomorrow, so we already know that two of the state's teams will move on, and the other two will be one-and-done.  U-W Whitewater hosts Saint Norbert of De Pere -- and Concordia-Wisconsin is at U-W Platteville.  At 10-and-0, Whitewater has the top seed on the right side of the bracket.  The W-I-A-C champion Warhawks missed the playoffs last year, after making it to the Division-Three title game the previous seven years -- all against Mount Union, winning four times.  This year, Mount Union tops the left side of the bracket -- setting up another potential showdown with Whitewater in December.  Tomorrow, the Warhawks open against a Saint Norbert team that's 8-and-2 after winning the Midwest Conference title. 9-and-1 Platteville punched its ticket to the post-season last week, by taking second in the W-I-A-C with a last-second 17-16 win over Oshkosh, which failed to make the playoffs after being in the Top-10 in the polls for most of the year.  Platteville hosts a Concordia team that's 8-and-2.  The Falcons from Mequon earned its tournament berth by winning the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference title.

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