Game of the Week

10/1: College Football: College of the Desert at Santa Barbara City College Maybe SBCC should sponsor “offensive-line appreciation day” in honor of the unit that has propelled the state’s No. 1 ground attack. The Vaqueros (3-1) are averaging 263 rushing yards a game after piling up a season-high 318 yards in last week’s 41-6 victory at Compton. Running backs Perry Martin, Manny Nwosu, Demetrius Vinson, and Cedric Cooper have combined to score 15 touchdowns. Desert (2-2) is coming off a 41-35 win over Antelope Valley. Roadrunners quarterback De’Abrie Smith passed for 310 yards, including a 31-yard strike for the winning TD with 12 seconds remaining. 4pm. La Playa Stadium, Loma Alta and Shoreline drs. $3-$5. Call 965-0581 or visit

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