Co-offensive coordinator, Jim Bollman, gave us his thoughts on the offensive roster. Stating that the Michigan State Spartans won't have new faces at the running back and tight end positions. He then moved on to speak about the wide receiver core, mentioning that this is where we should expect a few new faces. Bollman feels confident about the Spartan's offensive line despite them losing some guys in the off season. Bollman gave the all-around impression that he was not too worried about the 2016 offense.
Co-Offensive coordinator discusses this season's offense
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