The Texas Wesleyan Rams were taken down by a pack of Huskies on Saturday night, losing to Houston Baptist University 58-13 in Houston.
This was the Rams’ second game of the season, as well as their second game on the road. Last week the Rams fell to Kansas Wesleyan University 48-24.
The Rams scored first Saturday early in the first quarter thanks to an interception and 90-yard run by defensive back Chance Carroll. Gregory Blaser added the extra point and the Rams were up 7-0.
After this, the Rams struggled to score again. Finally, running back David Allen scored a touchdown for the Rams in the fourth quarter; the extra point was no good, making the score 58-13.
Next week, the Rams will take a bye week. They return to the road on Sept. 21, traveling to Arizona to take on Ottawa University Arizona.
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