Weeks of early morning practices have prepared Indiana State’s football program for its 2017 Spring Game at Memorial Stadium.
For ISU head coach Curt Mallory, it’s his first on the sidelines.
The teams battled in a four quarter, game-like environment, with the Blue Team against the White Team.
But it was all White Team as they won, 14-0.
A special guest attended the game. Terre Haute native Anthony Thompson showed support for Coach Mallory and the Sycamores.
The Terre Haute North graduate and 1989 Heisman runner-up played for Mallory’s father, Bill, while attending Indiana University.
Thompson admires the similarities between his college coach and the new face of the Sycamore football program.