The Wartburg College football team will begin preparations this week for an eight-day trip to Germany next month that will include a game against a club team. Wartburg coach Rick Willis says last year they put the trip off because they were also playing the division three playoffs. The team will get ten practice days to get ready which Willis says will be a benefit for next season in terms of both preparation and experience. Willis says they will play one club team on the trip while in Berlin. Willis says they hope to play in the NFL Berlin stadium. The team will leave on May 21st.
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