All eyes are on the offense in Michigan State’s fall camp.

The Spartans fell short in 2018 with an offense that simply stumbled throughout the season. Head coach Mark Dantonio is certainly eager to get things off to a better start in 2019, and a new-look offense has been the story of the offseason.

When asked about the offense during the BTN Bus Tour, quarterback Brian Lewerke highlighted the control allowed within the new system:

“Just being able to have a little bit of control,” explained Lewerke. “Getting the ball to playmakers like Cody (White). Just get it to the guys that are fast and have speed.”

Asked the same question, wide receiver Cody White explained he liked the ability to move guys around within the offense:

“Putting people in different spots, moving people around, and getting people in explosive positions,” said White.

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Injuries seemed to be a regular occurrence during 2018, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Both White and Lewerke were among the list of players who missed time last season. Fortunately, both said they are 100% and a full go during their Bus Tour appearance.

Hopefully, the offense produces much better results in the new system.