BOWLING GREEN, Ky. — Under a cool breeze and crisp weather conditions at Houchens Industries-L.T. Smith Stadium, Jeff Brohm’s WKU Hilltoppers went through their second scrimmage of the spring in their eighth practice of the season.
Spring football on The Hill is brought to you by the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety’s: Don’t Text and Drive Awareness Program. All practices are open to the public and will be capped off by the annual Red and White Spring Game, April 19 at 1 p.m.
It was a busy day for the Toppers as the team worked through as many plays as possible under game situations, under the watch of officials and linesmen. For head coach Jeff Brohm, it was an opportunity to see multiple combinations of players together across all levels of the depth chart.
“I thought we came out and had pretty good energy,” Brohm added. “The defense started out well and was playing hard. They did a good job of creating some turnovers and creating some stops, and the offense finally got some things going. I like that we were able to identify some playmakers and they showed up today.”
The Hilltoppers take the rest of the weekend off before returning to the practice field on Tuesday at 4 p.m. A complete schedule is available on the second page of the spring media guide as well as on WKUSports.com.
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