With last week behind us, it is time to announce True To The Cru’s Players of the Week presented by the Crusader Football Alumni Association.
BELTON, Texas- In his press conference prior to Saturday’s 49-3 victory over Texas Lutheran, UMHB head coach Pete Fredenburg brought up the linebackers unit on multiple occasions. Without senior captain Mikkah Hackett, there were questions about the Cru’s depth at the position.
But those questions were put to rest in Saturday’s win, as UMHB’s three leading tacklers were all linebackers; Omari Frazier, Jacob Mueller, Akeem Jackson. Additionally, younger standouts such as Durand Hill stepped up, keeping the Bulldog offense at bay.
BELTON, Texas- The UMHB football team came out of gate quickly on Saturday afternoon, dominating the first half in a 49-3 victory over Texas Lutheran. The Cru saw several key contributions, a few of which especially stood out. It is now time to recognize these performances in True To The Cru’s Football Players of the Week poll presented by the Crusader Football Alumni Association.
BELTON, Texas- It did not take long for UMHB to mount a two-score lead in Saturday’s 49-3 drubbing of Texas Lutheran.
In fact, it took just two plays.
BELTON, Texas- Coming off a bye week, the UMHB football team is back in action on Saturday, hosting Texas Lutheran in its sixth game of the regular season.
BELTON, Texas- Coming off a five-game season in which UMHB claimed its 16th ASC title, there were few question marks when it came to the offense. The offensive line had matured, the wide receivers unit was incredibly deep, Kyle King had established himself at quarterback, and two reliable running backs had been found, with a third to be added in the fall.