Football came back strong at Wesleyan this Saturday at Farrington Field. Wesleyan’s new football team held the Blue and Gold Game, a scrimmage where the team was divided into two colors (Gold was offensive; Blue was defensive) and played a game that consisted of two 30-minute halves.
A crowd of 2,500 Rams crowded into Farrington Field on Sat., April 22 to watch Wesleyan’s football team return after a 75-year hiatus, according to ramsports.net. The team’s first football game is on Sept. 9 against Millsaps College. Season tickets are currently available for online-purchase at ramsports.net/tickets.
Texas Wesleyan’s football team is ready. Ready to play in front of fans. Ready to tackle. And ready to figure out who the team’s leaders will be. Ready, in other words, for April 22 and the Blue & Gold Game, an intrasquad scrimmage at Farrington Field that head coach Joe