The Renegade Rip

Renegades drop to Riverside 33-14 in season-opener

Renegades drop to Riverside 33-14 in season-opener

September 6, 2015

On the opening night of football at Memorial Stadium’s 60-year anniversary, it was Riverside City College who spoiled the evening, beating Bakersf...

Breaking down the 2015 Renegades football season

Breaking down the 2015 Renegades football season

September 2, 2015

Preseason rankings don’t really mean much to anyone, really…let alone at the community college level and to Bakersfield College head football coach J...

Renegades open season with big loss

Daniel Ojeda, Sports Editor

September 10, 2014

Filed under Sports

The Bakersfield College football team opened their season with a resounding thud as they suffered a crushing 51-3 loss at the hands of Riverside City College. As if suffering one of the most lopsided losses in school history wasn’t enough, the Renegades will try to continue without the services of star running back Curtis McGregor, who suffered a broken left arm early...

Bakersfield College ends season with a .500 record

Jason Reed, Reporter

November 21, 2013

Filed under Sports

With nothing to play for but pride and scouts, the Bakersfield College football team turned a 1-4 start into a 4-1 finish. In its final home game of the season against Allan Hancock College on Nov. 9, BC was able to force a turnover on downs in the red zone and hold on for a 17-14 win. The Renegades took a 17-0 lead into the fourth quarter and looked as if they were going...

Renegades fall to 3-5

Jason Reed, Reporter

November 6, 2013

Filed under Sports

Cruise Adams threw four interceptions and the Bakersfield College football team turned the ball over six times, dropping to 3-5 after a 42-24 loss to Cerritos College on Nov. 2. BC beat Moorpark College 37-14 back on Oct. 26 and extended its win streak to two games before the loss to Cerritos. The Renegades quickly jumped over the Raiders in the game two weeks ago, going...

Football team stops skid

Jason Reed, Reporter

October 23, 2013

Filed under Sports

Still three wins from being over .500, the Bakersfield College Renegades are at least a successful football team for a change. BC dominated on both sides of the ball, by scoring a season high in points with 28 and forced El Camino College to turn the ball over three times. The Renegades scored their most points since last year’s state championship game in their win over...

BC football gets stiffed armed for the forth straight game.

Jason Reed, Reporter

October 9, 2013

Filed under Sports

Bakersfield College started the season with a 24-9 football win over Santa Ana College. Since then, things have gone downhill. BC has dropped four straight games and now finds itself sixth in the Northern Division at 0-2 and 1-4 overall. BC’s latest defeat came on the road against College of the Canyons 42-14. After a scoreless first quarter, Canyons (4-1) got on the board...

BC loses two in a row

Jason Reed, Reporter

September 25, 2013

Filed under Sports

After a convincing season opening 24-9 win against Santa Ana College, Bakersfield College has taken a major step back with two straight blowout losses to Mt. San Antonio College and Fullerton College. BC was defeated by Fullerton 45-23 on Sept. 21. BC trailed by only eight points at the half and was down 17-9 but was outscored 28-14 in the second half. The win dropped the...

Renegade football brings focus to the future

Jason Reed, Reporter

September 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

With all the controversy over the summer surrounding the Bakersfield College football team, with their state championship being stripped and a two year playoff ban, BC still managed to go into Santa Ana College and knock off the Dons 24-9. “We’re excited and nervous,” BC head coach Jeff Chudy said before the game against Santa Ana. “When you have a new face at the...

Students give their voice on BC football among the aftermath

Ruben Hill, Reporter

September 12, 2013

Filed under Sports

After having all of its wins vacated from a year ago the Bakersfield College football team looks to put that behind them and have the best season possible. Students on campus, however, still have mixed feelings about the situation. With many students seemingly unaware about the ruling, and unclear about why the Renegades have been stripped of their state title, there are...

Former Renegade athletes will be honored at BHS hall of fame dinner

Leanne Cave, Special to the Rip

May 1, 2013

Filed under Sports

By Leanne Cave Special to the Rip The Eighth Annual Driller Football Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony will take place May 10 at the Marriott Ballroom at 801 Truxtun Ave. Several of the inductees also played sports at Bakersfield College. Social hour begins at 6 p.m., dinner is at 7 p.m. with the Induction Ceremony capping off the evening at 8 p.m. Seven more Dril...

Chudy’s winning thoughts

Chudy’s winning thoughts

January 30, 2013

Nearly two months after Bakersfield College’s football team capped off a 11-2 season by winning the 2012 state championship, coach Jeff Chudy reflected...

The news site of Bakersfield College
Football