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Rams football rank #23 after loss to St. Thomas University on Sept. 23

The Rams wait to run across field to start game. (Makayla Banks)

The Rams lost to St. Thomas University (STU) 38-20 at their home stadium on Sept. 23. 

“This will be a tough game for the Rams,” Cameron Martin, junior computer information system major said. 

In the first quarter, the Rams scored a touchdown, but STU came back with a vengeance and scored two touchdowns leaving the score 7-14. 

In the second quarter, the Rams scored 3 points due to a field goal. The score was then 21-10. 

During half-time, the cheerleader and gold line dancers performed with a special performance from a children’s local dance studio. 

In the third quarter, STU scored another touchdown on the Rams, leaving the score 28-10. 

“This team has played many ranked teams and has swept the floor, so it will be interesting to watch the game and be a close one,” Ellis Watson, first-year business major, said.

The Cheerleaders wait to perform during halftime. (Makayla Banks)

In the fourth quarter, the Rams were ready to fight for the win but both teams got a touchdown and field goal resulting in the final score of 38-20. 

The Rams will learn from their mistakes during the game, and they will improve for upcoming games. 

“The Rams are always getting better at what they do,” Vernin Wright, vice president of alumni board said. 

The next game is Homecoming on Oct. 21. 

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Makayla Banks, Broadcast Director
MaKayla Banks is a broadcast manager for the Rambler at Texas Wesleyan University. She is currently a sophomore majoring in psychology, hoping to go into counseling psychology where she will work at a children's psychiatric hospital. She was born and raised in the Dallas area. Makayla found her passion for editing and producing visual films in high school, where she was a manager of many different sports and a part of the film classes during her four years there. She is a social butterfly ready to step out of her comfort zone to ensure everyone is included and has a voice.

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