After finishing the 2013 football season 8-3, the City College Rams are working harder than ever to complete the 2014 season undefeated and add another state championship to head coach George Rush’s resume.
Aldon Smith and Colin Kaepernick, who are both also in the midst of contract negotiations, made headlines, but not in a good way.
Philadelphia Eagles cut star wide receiver DeSean Jackson shortly after a story alleging Jackson had connections to the Los Angeles based Crips street gang.
Admission to see the Raiders play in the National Football League is far less than what is going to be charged by the Niners as they “go south” to their new tech-extravagance called Levi’s Stadium.
City College won an exciting bowl game Nov.8, which served up as many defensive thrills as offensive ones, by a score of 59-31 over the Sierra College Wolverines.
Playing at San Mateo’s home field, with its sweeping views of the San Francisco Bay, City College had to deal with the undefeated Bulldogs’ relentless defensive pressure. At the same time, the Rams committed some costly mistakes they were unable to recover from.
Rams’ quarterback Turner Baty got no relief from San Mateo’s tenacious defense, and was sacked six times.