EAST LANSING -- Members of Michigan State's secondary have put the word out on social media that they are instituting a "no-fly zone" this season on opposing offenses. And if cornerback Darqueze Dennard is the air traffic controller of the group, then fellow senior and third-year starter Isaiah Lewis is his wingman.
Lewis explained the no-fly zone in Spartan Football All-Access' season preview show Thursday.
"That term explains that if the ball's in the air, it's our ball," Lewis said. "We're going up and getting it. Either we're batting it down or it's our ball. If we can stay on our feet after we intercept it, we're going to take it back to the end zone."
And here's Ohio State's senior receiver:
No fly what?— corey brown (@phillybrown10) December 3, 2013
We fly whenever we please— corey brown (@phillybrown10) December 3, 2013
It's going to be a fun one in Indianapolis this weekend.