It had been a while since Mark Dantonio and Pat Narduzzi had to answer for a loss like this.
Michigan State and Ohio State will face off this weekend in East Lansing.
Mark Dantonio has never paid much attention to polls and the new college football playoff rankings are no different.
The first games after the release of the College Football Playoff rankings have a chance to reveal some new contenders.
The 37.5-percent decrease brings the price of the student season ticket package closer to the price charged by Michigan State.
The website lists the Spartans’ odds at 13/2, making MSU the favorite ahead of Florida State, Mississippi State, Alabama and Oklahoma.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio believes his eighth-ranked Spartans deserve to be in the inaugural College Football Playoff if they win the rest of their games.
Lesson number one: Ohio State fans hate Michigan more than Michigan fans hate Ohio State.
Fresh off a Big Ten Championship and Rose Bowl victory, the Michigan State Spartans are expecting big things in the 2014 season.
U of M will take on the Volunteers of Tennessee on Friday night in Indianapolis, while Michigan State will clash with Virgina in New York City.