National Football League players continue to stand for what they believe is right by taking a knee. The idea of taking a knee for social justice started last season, when San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick repeatedly knelt during the national anthem. Kaepernick said by not standing during the anthem
Football players kneeling during the national anthem has become extremely controversial. Texas Wesleyan Athletic Director Steve Trachier said he has mixed emotions about the subject. “I have three brothers who served in the armed forces and were honored with military funerals,” said Trachier, who is also head women’s basketball coach.
The Rams are gearing up to play No. 23 Arizona Christian University in the last home game of the season. The Firestorm (6-3, 4-3 CSFL) won the Central States Football League Conference Championship in 2015 and in 2016. The Rams have a lot to work on after losing last week’s
The Rams fell to Wayland Baptist University on Saturday at Farrington Field. If the 54-24 loss was not bad enough, head coach Joe Prud’homme said he did not see the team make any improvements over last week’s loss to Lyon College. “We didn’t come back from as well as we
The Rams have one goal in mind for this Saturday. “Score more than Wayland,” head coach Joe Prud’homme said, referring to the Wayland Baptist University Pioneers, the team the Rams will be playing at 2 p.m. at Farrington Field. But within that goal, there are smaller ones as well, Prud’homme