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Rams Look To Stop Skid

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 9/17/2013

After a 34-21 loss to Mt.Vernon last week, the Madison Rams stand at 1-2 on the season. Last week, the Rams put the ball on the ground seven times in the first half which helped to give the Yellowjackets a short field to work with. The Rams had the same problem the week before fumbling against Galion, two which led to touchdowns for the Tigers. Madison coach Sean Conway really can't put his finger on the reason why the team's play has been sloppy. He says the squad works hard in practice, but for some reason has not been able to show that over the last two Fridays. This week, Madison will play host to defending OCC co-champion West Holmes who shared the conference title with the Rams and Tygers in 2012. The Knights are off to an 3-0 start and have run over their first three opponents beating Wooster Triway 54-35, River View 59-0 and Coshocton 55-7. It was West Holmes who slipped past Madison a year ago in overtime 31-28, which denied Madison a perfect regular season.

   
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