It was a tough debut for the Bridgeport Bulls against Argyle Saturday, as they struggled to get anything going against the No. 5 team in Class 3A.
“The defense had some bright spots,” head coach Danny Henson said. “Offensively we’ve just got to go back and reassess some things.”
The Bulls struggled to keep everyone on the same page against a stout Argyle defense.
With only four starters back from last year’s offense, Henson said it’s just going to take some time.
“It was a rough outing,” Henson said. “Trey [Cook] had some bad throws, we didn’t protect him very well, and our receivers were running bad routes.”
Bridgeport will look for improvements in their final scrimmage against Celina Thursday.
It will be the first game action since the new field turf was installed in Bull Memorial Stadium. The Bulls started practicing on the new surface Tuesday.
“Defensively we need to grow on the objectives on the field,” Henson said. “Offensively it’s back to square one. There wasn’t a lot to build on.”