An uptick in offensive production last fall led into a spring season that Head Coach Patrick Daberkow believes has the program primed for a strong 2023 campaign. Daberkow and the Bulldogs are dreaming big behind returning quarterback DJ McGarvie.
The college experience for Luke Lang has been a circuitous journey for a young man trying to find himself in life. Few things have gone to plan, but as Lang would tell you, "God has a plan for everybody." The plan has led to Luke 2.0.
An in-season overhaul of the offense transformed the Concordia passing attack into something never before seen in the history of the program. The exploits of DJ McGarvie and Korrell Koehlmoos were highlights of the 2022 season.
You get the feeling that Korrell Koehlmoos would play college football for the rest of his life, if only that was allowed. Koehlmoos’ return in 2022 is more about his fervent passion for the game than it is about any statistics or records.
The program made a significant leap forward in 2021 while going 7-3 and earning a clean sweep of Nebraska GPAC rivals. However, Coach Patrick Daberkow and the Bulldogs refuse to believe they've hit their ceiling as they enter 2022.
He’s arguably the most talented football player to ever don Bulldog blue. In the mid-1980s, Clarence Woods took a chance on Concordia and a community he grew to love. Thirty-eight years later, the memories remain rich in his mind.
"United in Purpose," the 2001 Concordia Football Team reached heights no other squad in program history has ever attained. Led by Coach Courtney Meyer, the Bulldogs enjoyed a special journey that resulted in a GPAC championship and national quarterfinal appearance.
Most people around campus know him as "Pot Roast." The four-year starting center and Psychology major grew into a first team all-conference performer while standing out as one of the more personable players on the Concordia roster.
Following a 7-3 season in 2021, Concordia Football returned to the practice fields this spring with an eye on making another leap forward. A number of fifth-year players are back in the fold and the overall talent level excites Head Coach Patrick Daberkow.
The momentum from a 7-3 mark in 2021 has carried over into recruiting for the Concordia Football program. As of signing day, the Bulldogs have secured pledges from 39 class of 2022 student-athletes.