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Rams Head To Clear Fork Friday

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 10/8/2013

The Madison Rams stopped a four game slide last Friday beating Lexington 47-34, to improve to 2-4. The Rams did it by doing what they do best, run the football. Madison running back's Kalvin Gordon and Juan Howard did most of the damage. Howard running for 112 yards, Gordon for 198 yards with four touchdowns. Madison coach Sean Conway praised both running backs, but was quick to credit his offensive line for getting the job done up front and controlling the line of scrimmage. This week Madison heads to Bellville to take on 4-2 Clear Fork. The Colts won their second straight last week over Wooster 29-26. Though the Colts run out of a spread look, Conway still is expecting a very physical game out of the Colts saying they may do it a little different this year, but they still bring it right at you.

   
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