Units peak at a C+ after loss to Michigan State
by: Shawn Windsor, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 1h
Free Press columnist Shawn Windsor answers three questions from Michigan State's 35-21 victory over Indiana. What's wrong with the offense?
by: Kyle Austin | firstname.lastname@example.org — Michigan Live 2h
Michigan State opened as 27-point favorites for its Saturday game against Central Michigan, according to Vegas Insider.
by: Connor Muldowney — Fansided: Spartan Avenue 4h
Michigan State football knew it'd be tough, but the Spartans took care of business against Indiana in Bloomington on Saturday night. A Week 4 road game in ...
by: Matt Charboneau, The Detroit News — Detroit News 5h
Despite four turnovers and eight penalties, the 24th-ranked Spartans that achieved their goal on Saturday night in the Big Ten opener, knocking off Indiana, 35-21, at Memorial Stadium.
by: MattSheehan — SB Nation: The Only Colors 6h
Come look back at the win in Bloomington with us
by: Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press — Lansing State Journal: Green and White 8h
Michigan State continues to battle injuries on its offensive line, and the Spartans also were without running back LJ Scott in their win at Indiana.
by: Zach Osterman — The Courier-Journal 19h
Saturday began as a chance for Indiana to change its own narrative. It ended as just another opportunity missed.
by: Kirkland Crawford, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 19h
It's your turn to grade Michigan State football in its 35-21 win over Indiana on Saturday night
by: Connor Muldowney — Fansided: Spartan Avenue 19h
Michigan State football had a tough time putting Indiana away in Week 4, but freshman receiver Jalen Nailor saved the day with two scores. It wasn't pretty...
by: Matt Wenzel | email@example.com — Michigan Live 20h
The Spartans won 35-21 at Memorial Stadium.
by: @indystar — Indianapolis Star 20h
Sep 22, 2018; Bloomington, IN, USA; Michigan State Spartans wide receiver Darrell Stewart Jr. (25) applies a stiff arm to Indiana Hoosiers defensive lineman Connor Schneider (90) during the first quarter of the game at Memorial Stadium . Mandatory Credit: