Why it’s OK to be optimistic about Michigan State football in 2020

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It’s expected that Michigan State football won’t be very good record-wise this season. But why is it OK to be optimistic? Let’s take a look.

Even if this wasn’t a COVID-19-shortened season, Michigan State football was going to have pretty low expectations.

But that just doesn’t make sense. It seems that even though they have been underwhelming record-wise the last two seasons, there is a good chance that this team can be solid.

Some experts have predicted that Michigan State would only win one or two games, and even with an entirely new coaching staff and new team on both sides of the ball, this does not seem likely.

It’s entirely possible that Mel Tucker and his team surprises the masses with a winning record in his first season.

If you’re feeling optimistic about Michigan State football, you’re not alone. There are multiple reasons to be optimistic about this football team, so let’s take a look at what they are.

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