BUIES CREEK, N.C. – Campbell wrapped up its spring football practice period with its annual Spring Game, hosted Saturday at Barker-Lane Stadium.
Following warm-ups and individual drills, the Camels ran a 7-on-7 session before heading into a live scrimmage.
The scrimmage featured roughly 50 plays per half.
Campbell finished 2018 at 6-5 overall and 1-4 in its inaugural Big South season. With six wins, the Camels secured back-to-back winning seasons for the first time in the program’s modern era (since 2008), and tied an overall program record for victories.
In addition, seven Camels were named to All-Big South teams, with freshman wide receiver Caleb Snead and redshirt junior punter Brad Dennis headlining the league’s first team. Snead was also named First Team Freshman All-America.
The Camels led the FCS in fewest passing yards allowed per game (122.5), while ranking 25th in total defense (335.4 yards per game). CU also ranked in the FCS’ top-10 in fewest sacks allowed (0.82 per game), finishing the year sixth.
Campbell returns nine offensive and defensive starters each in 2019.