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Today, Grenier is joined by publisher Hondo S. Carpenter Sr. to discuss what's next for Michigan State football.
MSU will hold its annual spring game on Saturday, April 24 at 2 p.m. as the Spartans round Mel Tucker's first opportunity to have a traditional spring.
The event will be a 10-15 period practice featuring individual work, group drills, and live scrimmages.
Fans are allowed to be in attendance; however, in following protocols and guidelines established by the MDHHS, a limited number of spectators will be seated inside Spartan Stadium.
Per university policy, face coverings must be worn by everyone inside and outside while on property owned by Michigan State.
A total of 6,000 free digital tickets will be distributed (lower-bowl seating), resulting in 11% capacity.
Anyone attending the Green-White game must provide a valid email address so the Spartan Ticket Office can send out a link 24 hours prior, where fans will complete a mandatory health screening.
The final results are to be shown to stadium personnel before entering the gates.
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