1. Michigan State scores its most points since Week 2
Michigan State has scored over 30 just three times this season. The Spartans scored 35 against Western Michigan in Week 1, 52 against Akron in Week 2, and 34 against Wisconsin less than a month ago. Other than those three games, the offense has been lacking some firepower.
I think that changes against a bad Indiana defense on Saturday afternoon.
While Michigan State’s defense has been the subject of plenty of criticism this season, Indiana’s has been even worse, giving up 448 yards and 35 points per game. The Spartans will take full advantage and Jay Johnson will call his best game since Week 2.
Payton Thorne will have a solid game with 225 yards and a couple of touchdowns and Jalen Berger will rush for over 100 and even Jarek Broussard and Elijah Collins will get into the action.
Jayden Reed is going to score two touchdowns on senior day and Collins will add one.
Michigan State will score its most points since it put up 52 in Week 2. I’m going with a 35-17 win over the Hoosiers in East Lansing even on a potentially snowy day.