Gold beats Black in Kennesaw State spring game

 6:20 p.m. Saturday, March 28, 2015 | Filed in: Kennesaw State By Doug Roberson Kennesaw…

Georgia (Mar 30, 2015) — Kennesaw State football coach Brian Bohannon had a few reasons to be unhappy after Saturday’s spring game, but instead he was all smiles.


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Almost two years to the day that he was hired to lead the inaugural program, Bohannon and 3,800 others watched the second-string offense and defense, dubbed the Gold team, defeat the Black team, featuring the first-string offense and defense, 21-0.

There were dropped passes, 10 penalties, poor special-teams play, two lost fumbles and numerous mistakes, but the Owls finally were playing almost meaningful football.


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