Morgan to hold first spring football game under new coach Hull Saturday

April 25, 2014 | WNST Staff

BALTIMORE, Md. – Morgan State fans should mark their calendars for Saturday, April 26 as the Bears will conclude its spring football practice with the annual Blue-Orange Spring Game under new head coach Lee Hull.

“We’re wrapping up the spring practice season and we encourage our fans to come out and support the 2014 edition of the Bears Football Program,” said Hull. “The spring game will be a great opportunity for fans to see all the hard work and effort this program has put in over the last few weeks.”

“Fans will get a very good idea of what to expect for the upcoming 2014 season. They’ll see a very exciting offense, a very physical defense, and a team that’s going to go out there and compete.”

Kickoff for the contest is set for 1 p.m. at Hughes Stadium.  The admission is free of charge to the public.

The spring game is scheduled for four 15-minute quarters. The clock will stop during the first half and will run continuously in the second half. In addition to touchdowns and field goals, points are awarded on offense for explosive plays, while the defenders gain points for sacks, tackles for loss, three and outs, and turnovers.

Morgan State fans will have a chance to get a glimpse of what’s shaping up to be another highly anticipated football season on East Cold Spring Lane.