Fall camps are under way and the 2019 college football season is slated to start later this month.

Michigan State has gotten through multiple practices now and coach Mark Dantonio got to speak with the media on Monday. He was asked numerous questions, and due to last year’s issues on the offensive side of the ball, many of them came regarding the offense.

At one point, Dantonio said QB Brian Lewerke has to be able to create and improvise with both his arm and legs. That’s not exactly a statement of high praise in regard to the offensive line.

However, what about the skill players? What about the wide receivers?

That’s a different story:

This is a statement of strength. Dantonio knows what his wide receiver corps is going to bring to the fold. Health is a necessity. Last season is a testament to that.

But if health isn’t an issue, the Spartans have a number of high-quality pass-catchers for Lewerke to utilize.

One pass-catcher Dantonio talked about as well was Weston Bridges. Bridges is making the transition from the backfield and he has plenty of speed to burn:

We’ll see exactly how the offense works out starting Aug. 30 when Michigan State hosts Tulsa.