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With Michigan State football shuffling its second scrimmage to Saturday, offensive coordinator Jay Johnson pointed Thursday to some of the positives from the first scrimmage. His offense did a good job protecting the ball and preventing turnovers, a primary goal of Mel Tucker’s program. The veterans mostly performed as expected. The negatives? Some explosive plays, but not enough. Some situational development, but with plenty of room to improve.

Source: Detroit Free Press