Isaiah Floyd, seen here in October of 2017, is now at Arizona State, but his successor in the City College backfield had a strong opening act for 2018. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

Isaiah Floyd, seen here in October of 2017, is now at Arizona State, but his successor in the City College backfield had a strong opening act for 2018. (Courtesy Eric Sun/CCSF Athletics)

CCSF football has long odds to make playoffs after loss to San Mateo — College Roundup

The City College of San Francisco football team’s climb from a dreadful start to the season came to a halt over the weekend, when the Rams lost to College of San Mateo — 42-31. CCSF was outscored, 28-11, in the second half by its rivals. City lost the turnover battle, 3-1. Isaiah Floyd continued his incredible individual season by racking up 177 yards on 29 carries. He ran for a touchdown and caught another. The Rams find themselves in an uncertain playoff picture — but it doesn’t look good as they stand 5-3 overall with a 2-1 mark in conference play.

USF

University of San Francisco’s men’s soccer team picked up a win against the best team in the West Coast Conference on Sunday. The Dons beat University of Portland, 3-1. Tawwab Emiola put USF on the board within the first two minutes of play. Leon Schwarzer and Santiago Digiuseppe added the other two scores. The victory improves the Dons’ record to 6-8 overall and 3-1 in conference play, which is good for second place behind Portland.College Sports

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