Saturday will mark the fourth game for Michigan State football and it’s an important one after the Spartans were stomped by Washington, 41-7, just last week.
The Maryland game is an opportunity to bounce back and wash off that Washington stain.
Let’s get bold ahead of a crucial matchup that could go a long way in terms of bowl eligibility.
3. Michigan State football forces three turnovers
While Taulia Tagovailoa is one of the best quarterbacks in the Big Ten, he’s also known for his turnover problem. While he’s not throwing 10-plus picks every single year, he does have 28 picks since 2020 which is a fairly inflated number for such a solid quarterback.
So far this year, he has two interceptions through three games against inferior foes. Michigan State, on the other hand, hasn’t forced enough turnovers.
That changes on Saturday afternoon.
Jacoby Windmon will force a big fumble and so will Jordan Hall while Tagovailoa throws a pick to Dillon Tatum in the second quarter. Three turnovers should be enough to win that battle.
Will it be enough to win the game?