Garrett Folchert has already taken his share of cringe-worthy hits in 2015. In one particular instance this season he got thrown to the turf so hard by a blitzing Northwestern safety that seventh-year head coach Vance Winter wondered if his senior quarterback would have the ability to peal himself back up.
Nearly unblockable in Concordia’s 28-3 win over Hastings on Sept. 12, Trey Barnes “breathed fire” that evening as voice of the Bulldogs Jayson Jorgensen exclaimed in a description of the Seward native’s second sack of the game.
Every great athlete has a signature performance, that moment in time when people remember where they were as it unfolded. Fans in attendance at Bulldog Stadium on Nov. 17, 2001, surely recall the most unforgettable play ever made by then senior tight end Ross Wurdeman.
Budding running back Bryce Collins noticed the great success achieved by other Concordia athletic teams during the 2014-15 academic year. He wants a piece of it.