ORANGEBURG, SC (WIS) - South Carolina State has some work to do during spring football this year.
The Bulldogs have to replace 11 starters from the 2010 team, which went 9-3 and made a third straight trip to the playoffs
Buddy Pough and the boys hit the field Tuesday night for the first practice of the spring, and they got right down to the business of finding some young guys to win starting jobs.
Pough said the expectation in Orangeburg is winning, so the 15 practices in the spring will go a long way in helping the program come fall.
The Bulldogs will hold their spring game on April 16th