Bulldogs ready for season

The first official football game of the season is just one week away and the Trinity Bulldogs have spent the offseason getting ready.

It all started back in January when the new Bulldogs spent time in the weight room and continued into spring practice. Head coach Brett Andrews and his staff spent the offseason communicating different approaches that they thought would best suit their team’s personnel. They took time to study and speak with other coaches to get a different perspective on the game.

Consistent execution will be key for the Bulldogs this season if they hope to be successful. Coach Andrews mentioned, “we’re going to have to very sound offensively and defensively into for us to be successful.” A solid special team from the Bulldogs will also lead to their success this season. Their keys for the season will come in handy when the Bulldogs face a new opponent in conference play. The Jordan-Matthews Jets have joined the PAC-7 conference this season and Coach Andrews said the addition is great for the conference. This will be a new opportunity for the Bulldogs to grow and get better as team.

When the Bulldogs step foot on the gridiron next week it will be up to the players to make quick decisions, and lead the team to victory. Senior Hunter Mosley will key at linebacker for the Bulldogs. In his career, he has made 197 solo tackles and 205 total tackles, while averaging 8.2 tackles per game. He can make the necessary plays for the Bulldogs to be successful. Brian Crooks, Gage Taylor and Thunder Levy can be threats on both sides of the ball for the Bulldogs. Nathan Davis will take over the quarterback position after the departure of Johnny Wagner to graduation. He will look to throw to Levy and wide receiver Tyler Hammonds.

Bulldog Nation get ready because your team is ready to hit the field!


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