Michigan State Football: 3 way-too-early storylines for 2020 season

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Still months away, Michigan State football’s 2020 season is already draped in question marks and storylines. Which ones are the biggest?

Michigan State fans, the next few months are going to drag on longer than any you’ve ever experienced. We are in uncharted waters, facing the cancellation of the NCAA Tournament and spring football which has left everyone without sports and itching for any sort of news.

Unfortunately, it’s going to be a quiet time for sports, Michigan State included.

Outside of recruiting, there isn’t much to talk about, but we can look ahead to some storylines that will be facing the Spartans as they head into the summer.

Normally, these would be spring storylines, but since there are no practices and there’ll be no game, we’re looking ahead to summer ball. Everything is still up in the air and we don’t know when COVID-19 will cease to exist, so summer ball is just an idea at the moment.

Plans for the season have been put on hold and the new coaching staff is working harder than ever, even remotely, to get to know their players and recruit.

There are still some major question marks surrounding the team heading into next season that could have a major bearing on the Spartans’ final record.

What storylines stand out as the Spartans move past a cancelled spring and into the summer?