Larry Hart was [url=http://www.southland.org/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=90019&SPID=10812&temp_site=NO&DB_OEM_ID=18400&ATCLID=204935698]drafted[/url]in the fifth round by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Saturday, becoming the highest Central Arkansas football player to ever be selected.
A two-time Southland Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Hart was the only player in the conference selected and at that point, the fifth player from the Football Championship Subdivision
Well, I attended two more spring games over the weekend with my two boys---in Vermillion for the University of South Dakota game on Friday night and then in Fargo for the North Dakota State game Saturday afternoon. Here are a few photos from the games.
As you can see, I still have some rust on the photo taking. I hope to get that rust out by
Furman’s current head coach, Bobby Lamb, dipped into the history of the school’s football program to add a nice touch to the routine by asking former head coaches Art Baker and Dick Sheridan to lead the teams in the spring game on April 17.
It’s been a while since the Paladins ran mostly a game format in its spring game, but Lamb chose to do that this year. It worked well, enabling not only the return of two coaches that meant so much to Furman football but also facilitating the continued
Well, my two sons and I went to the Drake spring game tonight. It was good to see some live action and the weather was about as good as it could be in mid-April in the middle of America in Iowa--kickoff at around 65 degrees without acloud in the sky.
Here are some photos from the game, along with some of my sons. All enjoyed and my younger son has become a Drake fan--wanting the shirt he was wearing after a trip to the Drake Book store before the game.
Kind of out of nowhere, my wife asked me a couple of weeks ago if I missed football.
Some of that thirst for football was slated April 10 when I attended Coastal Carolina’s spring game in Conway, SC, just outside of Myrtle Beach. Under bright sun and pleasant temperatures, a nice crowd turned out for festivities that – in addition to football – included a home game for the Chanticleer’s nationally ranked baseball team and an attempt at creating a record-sized