Season Starts Early for Falcon Football
By CJ Wittman
Along with the rain and flowers that spring brings us, football is not far behind. After lifting all winter, the Salisbury Falcons will finally get to get back in the pads soon. With only 10 days left of full lifting ending on May 23rd, they will relax through Memorial Day Weekend, and transition into spring practice May 30th.
Returning senior quarterback Cameron Vaka says spring ball is going to be a learning period for the team, as the offense is being changed from the triple option, back to the wing-T. Vaka claims that just getting back out there is the best part, and puts him back in the football mode.
Another returning starter Thomas Jones, who played middle linebacker also had some things to say about spring ball coming. “Everyone should start to learn the plays and their primary positions, so that when doubles and summer practice come around we are ready”. Jones is looking forward to getting back together with the team and just getting out there.
With some coaching staff changes and a whole different look on offense, the Falcons will have some work to do when spring ball comes around.