Iowa, Michigan State and Rutgers wrapped up spring practice on Saturday with spring games or scrimmages. See below for short recaps for each school, along with links to full stories.
IOWA: The University of Iowa football team concluded its spring practices Saturday afternoon with the annual Spring Scrimmage. A crowd of 20,400 witnessed the offense defeat the defense by a score of 46-31. The event featured a unique scoring system which awarded the offense and defense points for a variety of plays. For the full recap, click this link
MICHIGAN STATE: The game was tied late in the fourth quarter, with the ball at midfield. It was only a spring game, but that's still a scenario Connor Cook embraces. Cook threw a two-yard touchdown pass to Josiah Price with 27 seconds left to lift the White team to a 20-13 victory over the Green team Saturday. Michigan State players drafted teams for the spring game earlier in the week, which made for a fairly competitive contest. For the full recap, click this link
RUTGERS: Led by 85 yards rushing and two touchdowns from sophomore running back Desmon Peoples, the White defeated Scarlet 21-0 Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium in front of 11,500 fans. Senior quarterback Gary Nova also scored a rushing touchdown in the victory. For the full recap, click this link