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Football ranked 14th in 2018 College Football America JuCo Preseason Top 30 Renegades start the season on the road against Mt. San Antonio Full Story
TOMLIN GARNERS RARE DISTINCTION; NAMED 1ST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN Bakersfield College's Jakell Tomlin was named a First-Team All American Selection as announced by the California Community College Football Coaches Association and the JC Athletic Bureau. Full Story
October 15, 2017 FOUR SCORE! BC RIDES ORTIZ TO FOUR TOUCHDOWNS IN HOMECOMING WIN! Bakersfield College Football (5-1) fought off a second half thrust by Moorpark (1-5) and continued with their season-long trend of finishing strong by beating the Raiders 34-10 in front of 5,000 fans at Memorial Stadium to complete a festive homecoming celebration Saturday.
October 12, 2017 RENEGADES RETURN HOME ON SATURDAY FOR HOMECOMING GAME The BC football returns to action, this Saturday, after last week's bye.
September 29, 2017 ROBINSON NAMED SCFA DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK Sophomore Bobby Robinson was named the Southern California Football Association, National Northern Conference Defensive Player of the Week for his outstanding performance in BC's blowout win over LA Harbor in week four.
September 25, 2017 BC MAKES STATEMENT AT LA HARBOR IN SIGNATURE WIN The Bakersfield College football team (3-1) went into LA Harbor College (1-3) still stinging from last week’s two point loss at home to #3 Riverside, and they turned that frustration into a 47-point outburst peppered with huge plays on both sides of the ball.
September 9, 2017 BC ROLLS OVER CHAFFEY IN ROAD DEBUT! The Bakersfield College football team (2-0) ran away with their first road campaign of the season by capitalizing offensively on excellent special teams play.
September 2, 2017 RENEGADES OUT-SWEAT HANCOCK TO WIN HOT HOME OPENER The Bakersfield College Renegade football team didn't want to wait another minute to start winning football games Saturday night; they already endured a two-hour push back of kickoff time after team officials and physicians determined it would be safer for players and coaches alike in the face of record-setting temperatures and poor air quality from area wildfires.