Spartans Held Annual Spring Game on Saturday

SAN JOSE, Calif. – The San José State football team held their annual spring game Saturday in front of an excited crowd of 7,401.


Sparta Fest was a huge hit as both the SJSU softball and baseball games were packed as well and the new Spartan Athletics Center had a full club section an hour before the practice began as fans started to arrive at CEFCU Stadium almost three hours before the game started.

The grass on the east side of the stadium was also utilized for the first time on Saturday and almost 200 hundred kids stayed for the annual Kids Camp presented by CEFCU following the spring game.

"To us it's neck-to-neck with Walker [Eget] and Emmett [Brown} right now," head coach Ken Niumatalolo said following the game in the quarterback competition. "Those guys are going to battle to the end and we're also challenging [Tyler] Voss too...it's going to be a battle until the end."

Niumatalolo went on to speak about how he is looking for the quarterback who is going to take care of the ball, make proper decisions and play within the system.

The Spartans won't practice again until training camp.

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