Grading Each Top 25 Team’s 2016 Spring Game Performance

Posted by Justin Ferguson on April-25-2016 Add Comments

Getting a clear read on a spring game is difficult. Different teams do different things in how they separate the talent, how they score the game and how they maintain the clock. Several just ditch the idea of a traditional scrimmage and go for a public practice.

Spring game season is almost completely finished in the world of college football, meaning fans and analysts everywhere won't get to see on-field action for quite some time. This can lead to overreactions from the glorified scrimmages, which usually are vanilla by design.

Let's try to avoid the hot takes and identify the reasonable takeaways coming out of spring games for each Top 25 team for the 2016 season, based on our Bleacher Report - College Football
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