The Wayne State Offense emerged victorious, defeating the Warrior defense 106-76 in the annual spring football game at Tom Adams Field in Detroit. Key players included D'Marco Singleton, Jeremiah Sterling, and XaVior Tyus, contributing to the offensive success with notable rushing performances and touchdowns.

By the Numbers
  • Redshirt freshman Justin Cox completed 12-of-15 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns.
  • Redshirt freshman Nigell Johnson was 2-of-3 for 11 yards in passing.
  • Redshirt senior kicker Jeremy Taras made 2-of-4 field goal attempts, connecting from 47 and 58 yards.
Yes, But

No significant counterarguments or complexities were reported.

State of Play
  • The spring practice season concluded with this game, and the team will begin preparations for the season opener in September.
  • Key defensive plays included a forced fumble leading to a touchdown and notable performances by Derrick Wallace, Jr. and Kejuan Houston.
Bottom Line

The Wayne State Offense's strong performance and individual player achievements highlight a promising start to the upcoming season, with preparations already underway for the opening game in September.