Penguins Look to Improve After 1-6 Spring Football Season
Youngstown State University’s football team endured a 1-6 record in a unique spring season after the 2020 fall season was canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Games were played during the spring with constant testing and adherence to pandemic protocols for the 82 team members, which diminished as the season progressed – the result of injuries, positive coronavirus tests and contact tracing.
The Penguins are coming off an abbreviated seven-game season where it had no more than a 21-point differential in any of its games – including a two-point loss at FCS national runner-up South Dakota State University.
Read more in John Vargo’s story HERE.
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