2018 COD Football News

  • COD Football: Patrick & Avila-Burgueno sign letters
    February 06, 2019
    COD Football sophomores, wide receiver Jaye Patrick and defensive line Jonnathan Avila-Burgueno have signed letters of intent. Patrick with Grambling and Avila-Burgueno with Azusa Pacific.
  • COD Football: Jackson signs letter with UCLA
    December 18, 2018
    COD Football Sophomore defensive lineman Datona Jackson (Union City, OH Mississinawa Valley) has signed a letter of intent with the University of California, Los Angeles.
  • COD Football: Holt signs letter with Idaho
    December 17, 2018
    COD Football sophomore inside linebacker Austin Holt (Palatka, FL) has signed a letter of intent with the University of Idaho.
  • 2018 Season in Review - COD Football
    November 11, 2018
    Under fifth-year head coach Jack Steptoe, Desert finished the regular season with a record 4-6 overall and 2-3 in conference. The team was bestowed with four first team All-Mountain Conference honors and four second team All-Mountain Conference honors.
  • COD Football falls in Palms-To-Pines overtime to the Eagles, 41-34
    November 03, 2018
    COD (4-5; 2-2) took an early lead, but in the 51st Palms-To-Pines Trophy game, anything can happen and the Mt. San Jacinto Eagles (7-2; 2-2) scored 20 unanswered points to close out the game as the Roadrunners fell in overtime, 41-34.
  • COD Football runs past the Rams, 38-22
    October 27, 2018
    COD (4-4; 2-1) moved back to .500 on the season as the team marked the 60th Homecoming game with another defense performance, holding the Victor Valley Rams of Victorville (2-6; 0-3) to only 32 yards rushing in a Roadrunners win, 38-22.
  • COD Football shuts out Marauders for first time in program history, 12-0
    October 20, 2018
    COD (3-4; 1-1) had a defensive night to remember as they went on the road and held the Antelope Valley Marauders of Lancaster (2-5; 0-2) to 185 yards in total offense, including only 73 yards passing keeping the Marauders scoreless for the first time in program history, 12-0.
  • COD Football grabs five interceptions, as defense shuts down the Seahawks, 25-14
    October 06, 2018
    COD (2-3) wanted to close out their non-Conference schedule on a good note and their defense stepped up to the task as they held the LA Harbor Seahawks of Wilmington (2-4), to 34 rushing yards and grabbed five interceptions in a 25-14 win.
  • COD Football: Penalties harm chances in close loss to the Brahmas, 44-43
    September 29, 2018
    COD (1-3) had to come from behind early, eventually taking a lead early in the second half, but over 200 yards in penalties hurt the Roadrunners chances in a close contest, as the LA Pierce Brahmas (2-3) snuck out of the Desert with a one point win, 44-43.
  • COD Football fights hard in loss to the Falcons, 65-35
    September 15, 2018
    COD (1-2) opened up their 2018 home opener with an 80 yard touchdown pass, but after tying the game at 17-17, the game started to go sideways for the Roadrunners, who fell to the Cerritos Falcons (3-0), 65-35.
  • COD Football sinks the Corsairs, 69-10
    September 08, 2018
    COD (1-1) responded to last week’s narrow loss on the road by bludgeoning the Santa Monica Corsairs (0-2), putting up their largest point difference since 2001, 69-10.
  • COD Football closes in on history, but falls short late at Lancers, 42-38
    September 01, 2018
    COD (0-1) had an opportunity to do something the Roadrunners had never done before, win at the Pasadena City Lancers (1-0), and with a high flying passing attack it almost happened, but late 4th quarter 4th down conversion would prove to be the difference as Desert fell, 42-38.
  • COD Football: Roland signs letter with UWA
    March 22, 2018
    COD Football sophomore offensive lineman Michael Roland (La Porte, IN) has signed a letter of intent with the University of West Alabama.
  • 2018 Schedule Preview - COD Football
    March 05, 2018
    The upcoming 2018 season puts some new teams in new places as the SCFA reorganized all six Divisions and the College of the Desert Roadrunners looks to return three All-Conference selections.