Truman Players Discuss What They Took From The Spring Season

The Truman State Bulldogs ended up playing more football games in the spring (4) than any other Great Lakes Valley Conference teams. First Team All-GLVC defensive tackle Robert Greco said they were able to grind through….

Cody Schrader took over as the lead running back, after spelling former Bulldog standout Jordan Salima in 2019. In four spring games, Schrader rushed for 405 yards and scored seven touchdowns….

Schrader’s spring total put him over a thousand career yards in a season and a half. Nolan Hair led the Bulldogs offense for the first time in the spring and the Blair Oaks product received the GLVC Freshman of the Year award. Schrader said Hair made the offense more diverse….

Greco liked the attitude on the defensive side of the ball, but said his unit needs to eliminate mental mistakes….

Greco had 2-and-a-half sacks in the four spring games. Truman will kick off the season September 4th in Davenport, Michigan.