ANN ARBOR, MI – OCTOBER 07: Michigan State Spartans head football coach Mark Dantonio prior to the start of the game against the Michigan Wolverines at Michigan Stadium on October 7, 2017 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)Michigan State football is holding its annual spring game on Saturday, and ahead of the affair, the program unveiled a new alternate look the team will be wearing this season. It isn’t getting rave reviews.Michigan State’s new threads feature a lot of neon green and the word “STATE” in all caps across the chest. The color of the pants is getting criticized more than anything else.Some were wondering if they’re meant to be an April Fools’ joke. Unlikely, since that was 12 days ago.Here’s a look at the photos that Michigan State released. The reaction has been something:Spartans reveal new alternate uniforms for 2019 👀 pic.twitter.com/Xr9Y7GsVXy— Michigan State Football (@MSU_Football) April 13, 2019Spartans reveal new alternate uniforms for 2019 👀 pic.twitter.com/qlnFWYMK7c— Michigan State Football (@MSU_Football) April 13, 2019WHAT. IS. THIS. pic.twitter.com/3OOz6yElzQ— Gators Uniform Tracker (@GatorsUnis) April 13, 2019These are so bad, Michigan State should be put on probation. https://t.co/t594ifRpDx— Curtis (@Curtos07) April 13, 2019Literally no one asked for this— Isaac (@WorldofIsaac) April 13, 2019As a reminder, they are alternates – so the Spartans will likely only wear them once or twice this season. It’s unclear which game they plan on wearing them for.Michigan State finished with a 7-5 record last year before falling to Oregon in the Redbox Bowl. It was a somewhat disappointing season for the Spartans.This year, Michigan State will open its season against Tulsa on Friday, August 30.