It was Jeff Chudy’s — and Bakersfield’s — first state title. And the coach opposite the Bakersfield sideline — whom Chudy vanquished — congratulated him.
“I just said, ‘Enjoy it. You don’t know when this is gonna happen again,’” City College of San Francisco coach George Rush told Chudy after losing Saturday’s California Community College Athletic Association football championship 35-14. “We’re spoiled. The guy is happy. He ought to be happy.”
Spoiled? Perhaps. Read More
With 47 seconds left in the game and his team hanging onto a 45-42 lead, the City College of San Francisco football team had a dilemma: Kick the field goal and give Mount San Antonio College the ball back with a chance to win the game, or go for the first down and ice the game?
Coach George Rush decided to go for it and the decision paid off as the Rams won the state junior college championship. Read More
You can call it a revenge game, but City College of San Francisco coach George Rush isn’t going that route.
The Rams bring their 11-0 record up against Mt. San Antonio College, which has captured the California Community College Athletic Association state championship two years in a row, including last season’s 34-7 win against CCSF. Read More
City College of San Francisco has been known for its high level football and basketball programs, but the depth of the sports program goes deeper than that.
This weekend, the men’s and women’s soccer teams take center stage at the California Community College Association Championships, which will be played at Consumes River College.
On the men’s side, they advanced to the Final Four with a 3-0 victory over Foothill College on Saturday. Read More
City College of San Francisco did not need long to stamp its ticket to the state championship game as it used 29 first-quarter points to cruise to the 57-13 victory over Fresno City College in the San Francisco Hawaiian Punch Bowl on Saturday.
The win gives No. 1 CCSF (11-0) its second consecutive Northern California Football Association championship and its 12th overall and sets up a rematch against Mt. San Antonio College for the state championship. Read More
City College of San Francisco stands one win away from making their second straight appearance in the California Community College Athletic Association State Championship game.
However, the Rams know they’ll be foolish to look past this Saturday’s Hawaiian Punch Bowl.
After surviving the rugged NorCal Conference, the Rams (10-0) are set to host undefeated Fresno City College for the Northern California Football Association Championship. Read More
With first place in the CCCAA NorCal Division on the line, both City College of San Francisco and College of San Mateo brought their A games but it was the Rams who stormed back in the fourth quarter to take the win 17-14.
“I like the intensity we brought and when the chips were on the table, we made the plays we needed to win,” San Francisco coach George Rush said. Read More
When George Rush became City College of San Francisco coach at the age of 29, he was believed to be the youngest head football coach in California. Read More
City College of San Francisco coach George Rush considers the 2011 freshman football class to be his best in the past 10 years. “We put a lot more energy in the recruiting process this year, and it paid off,” Rush said, while tempering the optimism with his common refrain. “But everybody looks good in August.” Read More
The City College of San Francisco women’s basketball team came into the California Community College Athletic Association Championship game with one of the most prolific offenses in the state, averaging 74 points a game.
However, in the state title game against Santa Rosa, the Rams’ high-scoring offense was nowhere to be found in a 52-45 loss. Read More