Michigan State Football Team Ends Spring Camp With High Expectations
The Michigan State football team has finished its spring camp, and the quarterback competition was the main topic of discussion over the past five weeks.
Although the team’s first game against Central Michigan on September 2nd will likely reveal who will be the starting quarterback, there is still much to talk about after this year’s spring camp.
The program is determined to bounce back after last season’s disappointing 5-7 record.
The players are motivated, especially those who were part of the team that won 11 games in 2021.
This motivation has become contagious, even for the newcomers who were not on the roster last year.
The team has a lot of potential, with several players who are Playmakers and do different things for the team’s offense.
According to the team’s coaching staff, every player on the roster is bought into what they are doing, and they have been working hard to improve.
The new players, whether high school graduates or transfers, have quickly understood the team’s expectations and standards.
The spring camp also marked the first time that brothers Jaron and Jaden Mangum played on the same team.
Jaron is a redshirt senior running back who transferred from South Florida in January, while Jaden is a sophomore who played nine games at safety last season for Michigan State.
Although the brothers could not hit each other during the spring camp, they walked into Spartan Stadium together and even wore the same number.
Michigan State football fans can expect a competitive and excellent team when the season begins in September.
The team’s culture continues to be cemented, and the players are determined to prove themselves after last year’s disappointing season.