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Warriors, Rams expect hard-hitting game

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - In MFL football this year's title game takes place this Saturday at 2:30 pm at the U.O.G Field between the Pepsi Warriors and Cars Plus Rams. The Rams are back for the 3rd straight year after beating the Limelite Spartans while the Warriors make their way to the big game after beating the Shell Hal's Angels. We caught up with the coaches from the two teams, Bruce Meno from the Cars Plus Rams and Loring Cruz from the Pepsi Warriors to hear what they have to say about the big game.

Bruce Meno, coach for the Cars Plus Rams, told KUAM Sports, "Pepsi right now is a very disciplined team. We are going to go out there and work hard and go back to the basics. We are going to look back at all the things we did all year and adjust what we need to and get better at where our strengths are. We are looking at being humble this game, this is a big game and we are going to have fun and playing some Ram football."

Warriors head coach Loring Cruz said, "Both times and I'm not taking anything away from the Rams, but we hurt ourselves in both games. The last game we ran out of gas and the guys didn't play in their assignments. They beat us in the last few seconds of the game. The second game they beat us by 1 second again because of miscues and the coverage ad hopefully this time we don't give that to the Rams. Hopefully no more free bees, fumbles and interceptions this time and that's basically what has happened. Hopefully we play a perfect game or a near perfect game because that's the only way you can beat the Rams."

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