Samford football finishes spring on a high note
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. —
Samford football coach Chris Hatcher can sum up the great paradox of Spring Football in less than 15 seconds.
"When you're on the same team and the offense has a long drive, you're mad at the defense. Then if the offense has a quick 3-and-out, you're mad at the offense," Hatcher said after Friday's scrimmage. "So as the head coach you're never happy, but I saw enough good things from both sides of the ball."
The Bulldogs offense and defense were pretty even in Friday's scrimmage, which wrapped up Spring Practice. Quarterback Devlin Hodges threw touchdown passes to tight end Clark Miller, and receivers Kelvin McNight and Andrew Harris. Hodges also threw three interceptions.
Samford's defense came away with four turnovers in the scrimmage.