College football spring games are fun for various reasons, most of them have nothing to do with the actual
game scrimmage that takes place on the field. For fans it’s a reason to break out the jerseys, throw some food on the grill, and tailgate at the stadiums they’ll be filling in the fall when games matter for real. There are also the accompanying festivities, like the statue unveiling ceremonies which took place at Texas and Auburn.
Coaches get the opportunity to evaluate players, try new formations/plays, and use unique scoring systems like Penn State did that yield a 77-65 final score.
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio knows what he has in junior running back Le’Veon Bell, but who will back him up isn’t a certainty at this point so it’s worth taking a look at all options right?
That’s just Mark Dantonio being Mark Dantonio. Before this year’s Outback Bowl he had a live alligator brought to practice.
H/T Lost Letterman