Missouri’s spring game will now be held indoors and will be closed to the public, the program announced on Wednesday morning.

The Tigers’ spring game is scheduled to be played on Saturday. The weather forecast is calling for temperatures in the 20s, which is the reason for the change.

Here’s a statement from Missouri’s press release:

The decision to move practice inside was made in the best interest of fan and player safety and the need to maximize all 15 spring practice opportunities for team development.

The spring game will now be played inside at Devine Pavilion. Due to “space limitations,” only parents, former players, recruits and media will be in attendance on Saturday.

Missouri fans will have to wait until the spring to see new players like Jake Garcia and Theo Wease.

Missouri is entering Year 4 under head coach Eli Drinkwitz. The Tigers are looking to make a bowl game for the 3rd consecutive season in 2023.