Spring “game” is a loose term for Saturday’s event in East Lansing. Although Michigan State did hold a short scrimmage inside Spartan Stadium, the final day of spring practice for the program was mostly devoted to individual and position drills.

Still, Saturday’s practice and scrimmage put a bow on the spring season for Mel Tucker and his squad, which is looking to continue its successful run after an 11-2 campaign in 2021.

It’s hard to find many takeaways from Saturday’s game, but new linebacker Jacoby Windmon looked like a great transfer addition and defensive back Darius Snow had some big hits.

Leading receiver Jayden Reed had a spectacular one-handed grab offensively and we caught our first glimpse of former Wisconsin running back Jalen Berger wearing the green and white.

After the game, Tucker met with reporters to talk about the spring season at Michigan State. Here’s what he had to say: