Senior Day is here and what perfect way to wind down on a disappointing Michigan State football season than by securing a bowl berth in the final home game of the season?
The Spartans are hosting an Indiana team that is going to miss a bowl game as it already has seven losses compared to three wins. Mel Tucker’s team is favored here but that doesn’t ever matter against the Hoosiers because they always give the Spartans a tough test.
Will Michigan State become bowl eligible on Saturday afternoon and send the seniors out right?
Let’s get bold.
3. Michigan State football will score a defensive touchdown
The last time Michigan State scored a defensive touchdown was against Ohio State when CJ Stroud tossed the ball right to Charles Brantley and he returned it for an easy score.
The Spartans came close against Rutgers last week after a blocked field goal, but Ameer Speed dropped the ball with yards of green in front of him. I think we’ll see someone on the defensive side of the ball score a touchdown and really spark this team on a cold, blustery, snowy day.
Indiana’s quarterback situation is a little shaky, so I could see this touchdown coming in the form of a pick-six rather than a scoop-and-score.