At 9-0 and number 2 in the State, the Rams head into their final and most anticipated game against College of San Mateo, who currently hold number 1 in the state.
With a growing number of Pacific Islanders athletes in the NFL, CCSF highlights some of their own Pacific Islander players and why football runs deeper than simply culture and heritage for them.
Rams football has had a strong start to their season with two decisive wins over Sierra College and Sacramento City, leaving hope for a squad who has gone since 2015 without silverware.
City College has added defensive backs and recruiting coordinator Brandon Younger to their football staff, and if his past victories as a coach are a sign of his future, the Rams are in good hands.
Star quarterback Lavell McCullers stole the show against the American River Beavers with a passing onslaught to lead the Rams to victory on Saturday, Sept. 17. With a final score of 51- 36, City College improved to 2-1 on the young season.
Rams quarterback Turner Baty had an incredible ride last season. The MVP of the state title game, Baty is now committed to play next season at Kansas.
Caleb Holley had a career-high four touchdowns and 126 yards receiving in CC’s semifinals win.
After falling behind early in the fourth quarter, the Rams clawed their way back to keep their perfect record intact.
It only took City College’s offense eight seconds to take the lead against De Anza College. From there, they never looked back.
Before packing their bags for road trips to San Joaquin Delta College and Butte College, for what may be the two biggest games of the season, the Rams passed their latest test with ease, defeating the De Anza Dons, 48-7 at home on Oct. 1.