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Topic - Andrew Maxwell
"It's something special. I think Spartan Stadium at night is one of the best atmospheres in college football that you're going to find. It's so special because it doesn't happen that often," Maxwell said. "We're not a team that's going to have a night game for no reason. When we have a night game, it's for a good reason, a big game, a big opponent."
"It's kind of the stages of learning," Maxwell said. "You don't know what you don't know. There are so many things that as a high school player coming out you don't even recognize are part of the game that you need to know."