Imagine if the bars were all empty, all the jersey-wearing drunk people weren't yelling, there will be nothing to do all day on Sundays other than watch Nascar. This isn't a realistic view of the apocalypse; it's what life could be like if the NFL has a lockout during the 2011 season.
Ram football ended the season 7-4 by facing the Eastern New Mexico University Greyhounds for third place in the Lone Star Conference Playoffs on Nov. 14 at Blackwater Draw, New Mexico.
After an amazing start to the season, the Rams football team fell to the Texas A&M Commerce Lions again on Nov. 14 in the Lone Star Conference playoff championship semifinals by one point.
Photo by Marsalis MahomeJunior running back Josh Stevens completed a 99 yeard touchdown. Senior offensive lineman Reggie Harris holds Stevens up in celebration as freshman wide Lawson Ayo looks on.
Ram football went to Canyon, Texas on Sept. 26 in hopes of continuing their power packed winning streak while hungering for a win against West Texas A&M at Kimbrough Stadium, whom the Rams have not beaten since 2005.
Photo by Summer Almaguer: Talon Smith, senior, catches the first kick-off ofthe scrimmage. Last season Smith led the teamwith 756 receiving yards.
Photo by Summer Almaguer: Dakarai Pecikonis reaches for the goal line inattempt to score a touchdown. Pecikonis didnot get the touchdown but brought the Ramscloser to the goal line.
Photo by Summer Almaguer: Before landing a first down, Dakarai Pecikonis, wide reciever, gets launched into the air by a Texas A&M Commerce defender.