What a game indeed!!! CCSF squeaks away with another one. havent seen CCSF get physically pushed around like this since the Hawaiian Punch Bowl when they played delta. Spivey lead another great 2 minute drill. CSM did a great job defensively confusing spivey early and often making him burn all 3 timeouts in the first quarter. Olugbode did a great job maintaining his downfield running style. CSM brought plenty of pressure and did definitely gave ccsf a run for thier money. Spivey through away from DB nate jackson who was blanketing ccsf recievers all game long. Nice play from CCSF Slot recievers, Dezmon Epps and Kyani Harris. The triple option presented plenty of problems for the ccsf defense and had nice plays fron WR Aaron Criswell and RB Levy Wilson who had an explosive 80 yard catch and run with about 3 mins to go. CCSF prevailes again with a fade to JJ Hudson with about a minute left in the game.
On a side note as a CCSF football alum, i am a huge fan of the rivalry. however, the behavior of the CCSF players after the game was completely disgusting. The language and middle fingers to the CSM fans was totally class less and i'd expect more from a team coached by George Rush.
As with DVC, Fresno and DeAnza, 4th qrtr offensive heroics keep Rams unbeaten, although Rams defense was solid all day. After the game-opening possession and Bulldogs drive for CSM TD, Rams adjusted to the triple option and Bulldogs could not score again off sustained offense. CSM's 2nd TD came on a brilliant coaching call, a halfback option to an uncovered WR, and their 3rd TD came after being gifted with red zone field position by the Rams PR late in the 2nd qrtr. The only Bulldogs 2nd half score came on a wounded duck pass and a brilliant reaction to the ball by Levi Wilson.
CCSF's Oglubode is a tremendous football player, but lets also credit Rams WRs. Dezmon Epps made a brilliant red zone catch in double coverage late in the 4th to set up the winning score, and Kyani Harris and J.J. Hudson ran precise routes all day. Andrew Spivey played a very smart game, ran well when open field was in front of him, and kept his composure in the second half. Rams OL was strong when it had to be.
For CSM Blake Plattsmier was solid all day ( Willis did not play), and all the Bulldogs skill position players played well. Bulldogs whole squad was spirited and animated all day, played hard, delivered a great football game for the big crowd they brought to the game from the hilltop. Their only two losses are to the likely conference winners by very narrow margins.
CCSF (7-0, 2-0) is at Foothill next week, then closes at home against SRJC and Butte. CSM (5-2, 1-1) has Butte at home next week then closes away at DeAnza and at Santa Rosa.
Thanks to all present today for a great afternoon of JC Football.
Yelee, I am a CCSF football alum as well. I would bet that I played there before you were born. Thanks to you and Glenpark for being our eyes at the game. My guess is that Rush dealt with the aftermath in the locker room.
Regarding the on-field scene after Broughan Jantz's INT, Oglubode made three very hard runs to get a final First down and run down CSM's timeouts, so Rams could run out the clock. Rams players were jubilant, in part because of the importance of the game, but also due to the game long chanting, jumping and shouting of the Bulldogs sideline. Bulldogs started this stuff in pregame on field warm-ups, during all of this the Rams players did not show any excessive emotion, at all. So I feel post-game celebration on their side-line was OK, they earned it. As for any finger pointing, I did not see anything by any Rams players or fans that was beyond what CSM people were doing. I was watching the game at the 40 yard line, toward the north end zone, surrounded by CSM fans, I honestly did not see any misconduct by anyone.
NOCALFAN wrote: Yelee, I am a CCSF football alum as well. I would bet that I played there before you were born. Thanks to you and Glenpark for being our eyes at the game. My guess is that Rush dealt with the aftermath in the locker room.
I highly doubt you played before I was born, I am quite an old fart, I was present when OJ and Mike Carter were at CCSF.