Albany State football: Golden Rams look to slow down explosive Fort Valley offense
By Joe Whitfield firstname.lastname@example.org
Albany State quarterback Kelias Williams (12) looks to throw to a receiver during Saturday’s game against Morehouse at the Albany State Coliseum.
“This is what you hope for, this is going to be exciting,” said Albany State football coach Gabe Giardina. “A game with your biggest rival to decide the division title and the opportunity to host the conference championship. This is why you schedule your biggest rival for the end of the season.”
Albany State University has a ticket allotment that it must sell for the game or the university has to buy the tickets. Fans are urged to buy tickets in advance at Odyssey Records or the ASU bookstore or online at asugoldenrams.com. All tickets sold in Albany benefit Albany State University.That is what is stake in Columbus. The Albany State Golden Rams (6-3.) will face the Fort Valley State Wildcats (6-3) in the 30th annual Fountain City Classic and the winner will be the SIAC East champions and host the conference championship against the winner of Miles College (7-2) versus Tuskegee (5-4).https://www.albanyherald.com/sports/albany-state-football-golden-rams-look-to-slow-down-explosive/article_d0c81a02-00cc-11ea-8f02-af0b974bbe27.html