Penn State vs Michigan State : Live@ Ncaa COllege Game TV channel Penn State vs Michigan State : The Michigan State Spartans (3-2), led by quarterback Brian Lewerke, meet the No. 8 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions (4-1), led by quarterback Trace McSorley in a Week 7 Big Ten NCAA football game on Saturday, at Beaver Stadium in University Park, PennsylvaniaIn the latest Penn State vs. Michigan State odds, the Nittany Lions are 13.5-point favorites, while the over-under for total points scored is 53, down from an open of 56.5. Both teams enter the Saturday Big Ten game with a 1-1 conference record and the bitter taste of defeat still in their mouths
Penn State vs Michigan State : The Michigan State Spartans (3-2), led by quarterback Brian Lewerke, meet the No. 8 ranked Penn State Nittany Lions (4-1), led by quarterback Trace McSorley in a Week 7 Big Ten NCAA football game on Saturday, at Beaver Stadium in University Park, Pennsylvania. One of the great things about the Big Ten is almost every game.
Penn State vs Michigan State
The Spartans began the season as the No. 11 team in the country, but slipped out of the top 25 last week after losses to Arizona State and Northwestern. Meanwhile, the Nittany Lions are coming off a bye week following a heartbreaking loss to Ohio State.
I expect Penn State to bounce back in a big way against Michigan State. The bye week couldn’t have come at a better time, something James Franklin and Trace McSorley both mentioned as they each praised the team for how good it looked at practice this week. This is a much weaker Michigan State team than we’ve seen in years past, with losses to Arizona State and Northwestern sending the Spartans out of the top 25.
Neither team can play very good pass defense, and both teams have quarterbacks who can really air it out. I think this game has shootout written all over it, but I think Penn State’s defense is bound to make more plays at home against the Spartans.
I expect Penn State to play with a vengeance this Saturday after falling to Ohio State in its last game. The Spartans spoiled the Nittany Lions’ chances of getting to the College Football Playoff last year, so they’ll be out to get revenge for that, too. Coach Franklin should have his team prepared for a team that just lost to Northwestern,
The momentum is on Penn State’s side this weekend. The team is fresh off its bye week and has the “revenge game” narrative going for it after failing to defeat Michigan State last year. After suffering a heartbreaking loss to Ohio State, each and every player is certainly striving for a win against the reeling Spartans following their unexpected loss
This year’s game has an extra layer of salt to it because both teams are coming off of brutal losses. The Nittany Lions allowed Ohio State to come back — twice — in a Week 5 loss to the Buckeyes, and have had an extra week to simmer on all that went wrong. Michigan State held Northwestern to eight yards rushing in Week 6, but still couldn’t get a win.
Penn State: The last time Penn State played, it had its heart ripped out by Ohio State. Though the Nittany Lions retain their top-10 ranking, this next month will be critical if they’re going to at least try to keep pace in the Big Ten East race. Michigan State, Iowa and Wisconsin all come to Happy Valley over the next four weeks and there’s a road game at Michigan in late October.