Rams look to dominate Family Day game
Team falls short, 24-45, to Colorado State University-Pueblo in Arlington
Published: Friday, September 20, 2013
Updated: Thursday, September 19, 2013 16:09
The Rams prepare to take on Tarleton State University Sept. 21 at 7 p.m. on Family Day.
“Family Day is always a good weekend for us because we get to see our families and they get to see what we are doing on the field,” sophomore free safety Ryan Clapsaddle said. “They give us an extra motive to play our hardest.”
This will be the team’s first Lone Star Conference game. After losing 24-45 to Colorado State University-Pueblo in Arlington on Sept. 14, the Rams are looking to recover with their second home victory.
“We played well in Arlington but made some major mistakes that kept us from being successful Saturday night,” Head Coach Will Wagner said. “Minimal mistakes are the difference between a good team like Pueblo and us right now.”
Wagner said they are excited to be back in front of their home fans this weekend.
“Everyone will get to see our guys come out and perform well,” he said. “We understand how good we can be if we minus the mistakes and our guys really focus this week.”