Last week’s 49-37 defeat essentially dropped the Spartans (7-2, 4-1 Big Ten) out of the college playoff picture, now it’s up to coach Mark Dantonio to make sure one loss doesn’t lead to another.
Michigan State will play Arizona, and Kansas will play Indiana.
One thing you can say about former MSU star Mateen Cleaves is that he never forgets where he came from.
Michigan State’s chances to make the playoff appear to be miniscule, but Dantonio says the Spartans still have plenty to play for.
It had been a while since Mark Dantonio and Pat Narduzzi had to answer for a loss like this.
Michigan State trailed by one touchdown at halftime, but Ohio State led, 42-24, by the start of the fourth quarter.
With one overwhelming offensive display, the Buckeyes (8-1, 5-0) re-established themselves as the Big Ten’s dominant team under coach Urban Meyer.
First place in the Big Ten’s East Division — and a possible spot in college football’s new four-team playoff. That’s what’s on the line, and there’s no need for extra incentive or ill will.
Everyone’s favorite QB Connor Cook is getting ready for the Ohio State Buckeyes on Saturday night.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio’s scarlet and gray ties run deep.