Posted: 12/08/2012 5:22 PM
Posted: 12/08/2012 6:04 PM
NCoast65 wrote: Congradulations to the Bakersfield College Renegades !!!! They have been tremendous in the playoffs beating an undefeated Ventura squad 48-8 and the next week beating the undefeated Mt Sac 30-21........... both teams had beaten the Gades in the regular season but the Gades had sweet revenge beating both squads on the road.The 2013 California State Champions just manhandled the City College of San Francisco to complete the championship run as the Renegades beat CCSF 35-14....... BC finished the season with a 11-2 record and have to be a top 5 rated team in the nation !!!!
Attendance was good, but not what was hoped for….just over 11,600
THANKS RENEGADES FOR A GREAT SEASON
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Posted: 12/08/2012 6:20 PM
Posted: 12/08/2012 6:32 PM
diablos06 wrote: BC, this championship is well deserved and congratulations . . . Winning the last three games leaves no doubt in allowing the Gades to hoist the trophy . . . Was this game dominated on the line? Watching the Mt Sac game, one could see how that game was won . . . It was simply the BC O-line and D-line that earned the victory, along with fine QB play and #84 who was the best athlete on the field . . . Did BC control the line of scrimmage vs CCSF?
Posted: 12/08/2012 7:09 PM
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Posted: 12/09/2012 9:36 AM
Posted: 12/09/2012 2:51 PM
I’ve just been savoring the Californian articles, pictures and some of the Gade player’s comments…Just some random items. The pre-game picture of BC’s O-line wasn’t all that impressive, but they played BIG and with a lot of heart. BC RB Jalen Sykes let all of the OL get a picture with his MVP trophy. He had 161 yds. in the first half (179 overall), 238 yds. at half for both BC RBs. In HS Sykes was not even his teams (Garces) go to RB…. DE #45 Oglesby (MVP – defense), on his picked up fumble for a TD, “They (BC coaches) want us to fall on the ball. But when you’ve got a chance at glory, you’ve got to take it”…. In HS when your kid’s team had to play BHS, you’d hate having to deal with the speed and quickness of their DB’s. But when they are called Renegades it’s sweet (Jackson, Maston and converted QB Hannible)… Four turnovers and 5 sacks by the BC defense.
CCSF QB Spivey was 27 of 50 for 357 yds. Wide receiver and MVP offense #11 Kyani Harris was uncanny – 20 catches for 266 yd. BC could not shut him down. CCFS’s Australian rugby style punter Vultaggio was something to watch (46 yds. per punt on the year). He was big and would take off running with it Rugby style and then kick a low line drive (no hang time for this guy) away from the return man that would bound forever like a squib kick. It worked; the focus was definitely on what he’d do, not on BC’s speedy return quy. Like FG kicking went soccer style from straight on, it almost made you wonder if you were possibly witnessing the future style of punting.
Some were upset about the CCCAA program cover with a CCSF player and Mt SAC's Nick Montana on the cover. I guess someone was counting their chickens before they hatched. The 16,125 (official) crowd was fun to be a part of. BC coach Chudy credited the “boisterous crowd” with playing a pivotal role in the Gades fast start. “It was absolutely electrifying. To have this kind of atmosphere is so much more memorable.” The black “RC” emblem painted on the field was in memory of long time BC team physician Dr. Roman Clerou. Go Gades!
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Posted: 12/09/2012 9:30 PM
BigSky28: BC defense had a great game – they had CCSF rattled early and often. I understand where you are coming from good vs. great, but if a couple of missed tackles for a touchdown is the difference between good and great, some Super Bowl winners probably wouldn’t make your great list. And defensive pressure most certainly can cause bad center snaps. You said ….a great team puts CCSF away. CCSF was put away by half time, the same as CCSF realistically had Mt SAC put away by half time last year. But defensively let’s go by a more objective standard:
CCSF Normal vs. BC
Pts. /game 40.2 14
Rush 189 40
Gain/rush 4.7 1.3
Pass 262 *357
Time of pos. 30.46 27.41
Admittedly CCSF spanked the Gades many years ago at our last meeting by about the same score as this year (I was there), but this year CCSF got spanked. BC played a great defensive game.
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