Rams explode for 64-3 Bay 6-opening win over San Joaquin Delta

Jeremiah Crum led CCSF with 3 touchdown receptions in the win over Delta. (Photo by Eric Sun)
Jeremiah Crum led CCSF with 3 touchdown receptions in the win over Delta. (Photo by Eric Sun)

SAN FRANCISCO – The Rams are ready to roll.

After cruising through its non-conference schedule with a perfect 5-0 record, City College of San Francisco made it six straight wins to open the season thanks to a huge 64-3 rout of visiting San Joaquin Delta College on Saturday at George M. Rush Stadium in the Rams' Bay 6 League opener.

CCSF dominated Delta on both sides of the field. The Rams totaled 651 yards of offense while the San Francisco defense allowed just 92 yards to the Mustangs. The Rams jumped out to a 35-0 advantage and led 35-3 at halftime.

Six different Rams accounted for their 9 touchdowns in the game. Sophomore wide receiver Jeremiah Crum broke out in a big way, leading CCSF with 3 receiving touchdowns. He hauled in TD passes of 38, 11, and 9 yards on his way to 88 yards on 5 catches.

Two of those TDs came from quarterback Dorian Hale who had a big game in limited action. Hale ended his day completing 17 of 27 passes for 274 yards with 3 touchdowns and no interceptions. He also threw a 6-yard TD to Hassan Mahasin on the Rams' opening drive to set the tone early.

Mahasin had a big game of his own, leading CCSF with 9 catches for 161 yards. Cam Johnson's only reception of the day went for a 32-yard touchdown from Jack Miller late in the fourth quarter.

The Rams ran for a season-high 298 yards on the ground, led Daytuawn Pearson. He ran 9 times for 100 yards with a pair of touchdowns. Tyrei Washington had 9 rushes for 53 yards and a TD while Nathan Iskander ran in for a 39-yard touchdown on his only carry of the game.

Not to be outdone, the defense came up big by holding Delta to just 2 yards rushing. When they weren't stopping the run, the Rams applied heavy pressure to the Mustangs' quarterbacks and totaled 4 sacks.

K'aun Green led CCSF with a pair of sacks for a 22-yard loss. He totaled 5 tackles and forced a fumble. Simeon Mitchell and Derek Reagans III also registered sacks for the Rams.

The Rams will look to keep the momentum going next Friday (Oct. 20) when they travel to Laney College for a 7 p.m. Bay 6 League game.