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Snowstorm makes spring game plans uncertain

April 20, 2013
The Daily Mining Gazette

HOUGHTON - Plans for Michigan Tech football's annual spring game today are still tentative due to weather. The game, which was scheduled for 1 p.m. at Sherman Field, will likely now just be a scrimmage if the event happens at all.

Fans are asked not to travel from out of town for the game. Also, due to the amount of snow still in the stands, there is limited seating available at Sherman Field.

Head coach Tom Kearly said a decision on tomorrow's plans will be made in the morning. "The spring game is for the players. I want to do everything we can to give them the opportunity to play, but we'll have wait until (this morning)?to see if it's even a possibility."

For more info on the spring game this morning, check out the DMG?Sports Facebook page or follow football beat reporter Stephen Anderson at twitter.com/steander.

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This item was provided by Michigan Tech's Department of Athletic Communications and Marketing.

 
 

 

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