Michigan, MSU tweak recruiting strategy 

October, 29, 2013
Michigan has been going through an offensive transformation under coach Brady Hoke, but Michigan State could be joining with a facelift of its own in the near future.

The Wolverines are currently trying to change back to a pro-style offense from the spread it ran under former coach Rich Rodriguez, and Michigan State is looking to switch to more of a spread offense with a mobile quarterback.

Because both schools will be looking to tweak the offensive scheme, it makes sense that both programs have put an emphasis on recruiting the right quarterback. It also means they will be looking for completely different prospects at the position.

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