Saturday, April 15, 2017

Five questions FAMU's spring game should answer

TALLAHASSEE, Florida -- Florida A&M plays its first spring game since 2015 at 2 p.m. today in Bragg Memorial Stadium. The Rattlers didn’t have full spring practice this year – teams can usually hold 15 practices, including a spring scrimmage, and FAMU got 10.

The Rattlers enjoyed their return to the football field, though. Senior defensive lineman Elijah Price said the group truly felt “like a football team” while working out during spring. He added the Rattlers are excited to return to their winning ways after winning three more games in 2016 than they did in 2015.
Head coach Alex Wood said he tried to create competition in spring camp.

“We want competition,” Wood said. “Competition is what makes us better. Iron sharpens iron, you know the cliché. We want the units to be as competitive as possible.”

Here are five questions fans should hope are answered by the end of the Orange and Green game.

Which quarterback will show out?


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