Mel Tucker has hilarious response when asked how Spartans plan to extend streak of scoring on 1st play
Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker had an amazing response during his media session on Wednesday.
He was asked about how his team plans to extend their streak of scoring on the first play in their last 2 games and hilariously said that it’s too early to say.
Mel Tucker was asked if he knew what he'd call on the first play of the game vs. Miami.
Spartans have scored on first play in each of their first two games.
— Dustin Schutte (@SchutteCFB) September 14, 2021
In the Spartans’ Week 1 win over Northwestern, running back Kenneth Walker took a handoff and went 75 yards to the house to kick things off. In their next matchup against Youngstown State, Tucker called a flea-flicker as Payton Thorne aired the ball 75 yards to receiver Jayden Reed on the first play of the game.
The Hurricanes have one of the better defenses in the country and come into this matchup as the No. 24 team in the country, so there’s no shame in the streak ending against them.
The game will be televised by ABC on Sept. 18 and kickoff will be at Noon ET.