CSM notches historic win over CCSF

College of San Mateo controlled City College of San Francisco, the second-ranked team in the state, to take a 30-24 NorCal Conference football victory over the visiting Rams on Saturday.

Both teams are now 7-1 overall and 2-1 in conference. Foothill (7-1, 3-0), a 36-28 winner over Santa Rosa on Saturday, is the current conference leader — and visits CCSF on Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m. CSM visits defending state and national champion Butte (5-2, 1-2) at the same time. It was the first CSM victory over the Rams — who have won four state and national titles over the past decade — since 1988 (18 games).

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