By Bill Sorrell
MCKENZIE, Tenn. -No score. No problem. Bethel's Purple v. White spring football game on Saturday still had big scoring plays and big hits. An 80-yard touchdown did not light up the scoreboard, because no score was kept during the 1 hour and 20 minute- controlled scrimmage that had referees discuss 2015 rule changes after Bethel head coach Chris Elliott blew the whistle on this season's spring. There were three interceptions that made defensive players, dressed in Purple, run up and down the south sideline. There were extra points kicked by Casey Kammerzell.