Snodgrass Disappointed In Loss

The past few months have seen Springfield, Ohio wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass go from unknown to one of the top prospects in Ohio for the 2014 recruiting class. caught up with the talented wide receiver after a tough game on Saturday.

After trailing 31-7 midway in the third quarter, Thaddeus Snodgrass knew his team needed to play better. Before the game finished, Snodgrass would play a major role in helping his team fight back before losing 31-28.

"We came out slow in the first half and made too many mistakes," said Snodgrass. "We looked to pick things up in the second half, but came up a little bit short."

For Snodgrass, getting away from the camps, combines and 7-on-7 events and playing real football felt good.

"It feels good to get on the field," said Snodgrass. "But we've got to keep working hard and going forward after this."

Early in the game it was easy to see Snodgrass had a major target on his back as his opponent looked to shut him down. However, but the time the final whistle blew the Notre Dame target had pulled in three passes for 76 yards.

Did Snodgrass feel there was a target on his from the start?

"I don't really pay attention to all of that," said Snodgrass.

While focused on getting his team their first victory of the season. Snodgrass plan on attending a couple of college games this fall.

"I'm going up to Notre Dame for a couple of games," said Snodgrass. "I'm also planning on going to a couple at Ohio State and Michigan State."

Springfield plays another tough opponent on Friday night when they host Middletown. Top Stories