Call it football 365. As in football year around for the Bulldogs.
“The days of showing up in August and trying to play football,” said Folsom Co-Head Coach Kris Richardson. “I don’t know how many programs are doing that anymore.”
Folsom is in the middle of its three-and-a-half week Spring program.
“It’s a big deal, and it’s fun. So we don’t really mind doing it,” Junior quarterback Jake Browning said.
There is no contact during Spring workouts, so the Bulldogs will work some on the field, some in the weight room, and some in the film room.
“We installed our entire offense,” Browning said. “There’s a lot of teaching and a lot of reps, so it’s good.”
Reps not just during the Spring and Fall anymore for Folsom. It’s a game they work at year around for the most part.
“I’m a firm believer that you develop your skills year around,” said Troy Taylor Folsom’s Co-Head Coach. “It can’t be a part time deal and workout just 3 or 4 months a year.”