Badger Football Team Starts The Season Off Hot

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With a 2-0 start to this historic spring season, the Snow College football team looks to live up to the potential that many saw in them before the season even began.
The Badgers entered this spring season ranked #10 in the nation. This comes with the high expectations of carrying on the tradition of great Snow College football. On March 27th, the Badgers traveled to Council Bluffs, Iowa, where they faced the #2 ranked Reivers of Iowa Western in their first game. After entering the 4th quarter down 30-18, quarterback Garrison Beach threw a touchdown to wide receiver Tejhaun Palmer which tied the game at 30-30 with just seven seconds left. With a made extra point, Snow College completed the 31-30 comeback on the road, rallying from double digit deficits twice.
On April 2nd, the team came back to Ephraim to play their first home game since October of 2019 due to the pandemic. They welcomed the Shreveport Jaguars from Louisiana, who came to challenge the now #4 ranked Badgers. The game got out of hand quickly, resulting in a 49-6 halftime lead for Snow College. Garrison Beach threw all seven touchdowns in that half, three of them to his favorite target in Palmer. With the starters being pulled out after halftime, they continued their domination to the tune of a 63-18 final score.
When Beach was asked what the key to success has been to this hot start, he responded with four points, “First, it’s our team’s ability to battle back from adversity. Second, everyone does their job, or their 1/11th. Third, everyone is bought into the process and to the team’s goal of winning a national championship. Fourth, we are brothers and friends. We love each other and play our asses off for each other every day.”
This coming weekend, Badger football will travel to Scranton, Pennsylvania to face Lackawanna College. With this being another top 10 matchup, defensive end Shad Pulsipher was asked what the team needs to do to get a win. He said, “We just need to come out and play our game. If we show up in all three phases of offense, defense, and special teams, and play like we are capable, I don’t think any team can beat us.”

Touchdown celebration for the Snow College football team. Photo courtesy of Max Christensen III.

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