Like a movie trailer, spring games offer college football fans a sneak peak at what’s they can expect this upcoming season. They’ll be action, but not enough to give away the plot.

Over the next month, fans will make their way to stadiums across the country to get their first sneak peek at their teams during spring games. Each school will offer a different version of the game from actual quarters to more of a controlled scrimmage.

For USF, the spring game gives fans their first look at the progress new head coach Willie Taggart is making with the Bulls. The game, which kicks off Saturday, April 13 at 5 p.m. in Raymond James Stadium, will feature a different feel than what some fans are used to seeing.

According to the school, Taggart will divide up everyone associated with the program into two squads: Green and White. Coaching staffs for each squad will have an opportunity to ‘draft’ players for their squads as well as sign players during a ‘free-agent’ period.

The ‘free agent’ period gives each squad a chance to lure one offensive and defensive player to ‘sign’ with its team. They can use any means allowable by NCAA rules to get that player to choose their respective teams. The four free agents will be announced on the program’s Twitter account: @USFFootball.

After the free agents are ‘signed’ the two squads will host a player draft April 6 at the Lee Roy Selmon Athletics Center. A coin flip will determine who goes first and the teams will draft until they reach 30 picks, which will be the end of the first round. The coaching staffs will pick the remaining players behind closed doors.

Once teams are determined, the game will feature four traditional quarters, each 15 minutes apiece.

The winning team receives not only bragging rights, but will also feast on steak and potatoes during a cookout for the entire staff held at the end of the spring semester. The losing team will be forced to eat hot dogs and beans.

It’s just another unique take on spring football games.

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