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With College of San Mateo’s 55-13 win Saturday at Contra Costa College, the Bulldogs have coasted through two victories to open their conference schedule.

No. 24-ranked CSM (1-0 Bay 6, 3-3 overall) caught fire in the second quarter Saturday and kept adding to coast to a 52-14 win over De Anza College (0-1, 1-5) at College Heights Stadium.

When asked about College of San Mateo’s 318-yard rushing performance in Saturday’s 52-14 win over De Anza, Bulldogs head coach Larry Owens immediately praised how his offensive line recovered after a disorganized start.

This wasn’t the case heading into halftime, with the Beavers clinging to a 15-7 lead and the Bulldogs set to receive the second-half kickoff. But CSM’s offense was stifled for a three-and-out to start the half and Beavers freshman quarterback Griffin Dahn responded by leading his team on a gutsy 11-play, 67-yard march.

The College of San Mateo defense, after allowing an early score, scratched and clawed to hold on for a 14-7 win Saturday at Butte College-Oroville’s Cowan Stadium. With the win, the Bulldogs improve their overall record to 2-2.

College of San Mateo was halfway home to its greatest defensive stand of the young season before a penalty and an equipment malfunction intervened. In the middle of that defensive stand was freshman defensive tackle Tukua Ahoia, one of the new faces on a revamped CSM defensive line.

After holding a 10-point lead for most of the fourth quarter, the Bulldogs (1-2 overall) were overtaken by visiting Fresno City College in the waning minutes as the Rams rallied for a 34-31 win Saturday at College Heights Stadium.

One week it is a quiet bus ride back from Modesto, the next week a joyous party in the postgame locker room for the College of San Mateo Bulldogs. The No. 18-ranked Bulldogs (1-1 overall) earned their postgame celebration with their first win of the season, a 69-20 romp over Sierra College Saturday at College Heights Stadium.

A sudden transfer has thrust the College of San Mateo Bulldogs into a chaotic quarterback competition. Midway through the summer, last year’s starting quarterback Dru Brown got a transfer offer he couldn’t refuse from the University of Hawaii. Now, as Brown awaits Saturday’s NCAA Division I season opener with the Rainbow Warriors taking on Cal in Sydney, Australia, the Bulldogs are still weighing a decision between four contenders

2017 College of San Mateo DL Thomas Toki (6-1, 276) has been hard at work this summer, getting ready for his his first season of college football and he updated on how things have been progressing as well as where things stand on the recruiting front…