Marlowe Alter Detroit Free Press Published 8:01 PM EST Dec 29, 2018 The Michigan Wolverines' 2019 football schedule includes a visit from Army, and home games against rivals Notre Dame, Michigan State and Ohio State. Here's a complete look at U-M's schedule: DATE OPPONENT TIME/TV Aug. 31 Middle Tennessee TBA Sept. 7 Army TBA Sept. 21 at Wisconsin TBA Sept. 28 Rutgers TBA Oct. 5 Iowa TBA Oct. 12 at Illinois TBA Oct. 19 at Penn State … [Read more...] about Michigan Wolverines football schedule 2019
Michigan 2018 football schedule
Kirkland Crawford Detroit Free Press Published 4:35 PM EDT Oct 24, 2018 Michigan State football announced Wednesday it will begin the 2022 and 2025 seasons at home against Western Michigan. The Broncos will visit Spartan Stadium on Sept. 3, 2022, and Aug. 30, 2025. The payout for both games to WMU will be $1.5 million each. MSU is already scheduled to host the Broncos on Sept. 7, 2019. That game will net the Broncos athletic department $1 million from MSU. The Spartans have won 13 of the 15 meetings all-time against WMU. In their last meeting, the Spartans beat Western Michigan, 28-14, in 2017. MSU will being next season with three straight home games: Tulsa, WMU and Arizona State. In 2020 and 2021, the Spartans will open the season with a Big Ten game, first at home against Northwestern and then at the Wildcats. … [Read more...] about Michigan State football to open ’22, ’25 vs. Western Michigan
Matt Charboneau The Detroit News Published 4:11 PM EDT Oct 24, 2018 East Lansing – Michigan State’s future football schedules came closer to completion on Wednesday when it was announced the Spartans would take on Western Michigan in 2022 and 2025. The Broncos and Spartans have played 15 times with Michigan State winning 13, including the last 11. Michigan State won the last meeting, 28-14, last season at Spartan Stadium. It already had been announced the teams would play on Sept. 7, 2019, the second game of that season for Michigan State. The games revealed Wednesday will be the season opener in both 2022 (Sept. 3) and ’25 (Aug. 30). Both games will be played at Spartan Stadium. Updated future schedules 2019 Aug. 31: TULSA Sept. 7: WESTERN MICHIGAN Sept. 14: ARIZONA STATE Sept. 21: at Northwestern Sept. 28: INDIANA (Homecoming) Oct. 5: at Ohio State Oct. 12: at Wisconsin Oct. 26: PENN STATE Nov. 9: ILLINOIS Nov. 16: at Michigan Nov. 23: at Rutgers Nov. 30: … [Read more...] about Michigan State football to open against Western Michigan in 2022, 2025
Perry A. Farrell Detroit Free Press Published 11:10 AM EDT Oct 18, 2018 Michigan State football commit Tate Hallock is attending Saturday’s game against Michigan and he’ll be recruiting. His main target is Canton defensive end Darius Robinson, the highest ranked player in the state for the class of 2019 yet to pick a college. Hallock, whose brother, Tanner, is a redshirt freshman linebacker on MSU and whose father, Ty, played fullback, tight end and linebacker for the Spartans, is a linebacker from Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central. Robinson has two more visits – MSU and Syracuse – before he makes his decision sometime in November, so this would be a good time for Hallock to get in his ear. Some of the top juniors in the state will be guests of the Spartans at Saturday's game. Detroit Cass Tech has its homecoming that night, so no one from that school is scheduled to be in East Lansing according to coach Thomas Wilcher. MSU’s 2019 class … [Read more...] about Michigan State football: Which ’20 recruits attending U-M game
Jeff Seidel Detroit Free Press Published 4:00 PM EDT Oct 6, 2018 EAST LANSING — There were many reasons why Michigan State lost on Saturday to Northwestern, 22-19. It was the overall execution — like running a 14-yard route when they needed 15. It was blown opportunities — getting field goals when they needed touchdowns. It was the play calling — is that really the best they can do in the red zone? It was the inability to make plays with the game on the line — they went backwards when they needed it most. It was the passing of Northwestern quarterback Clayton Thorson, who threw three touchdowns. But most of all, it was the play of MSU’s offensive line, which couldn’t get a single yard when the Spartans were backed up and faced with a fourth-down situation, deep in their own territory. Was it a risky, crazy, debatable call to go for it? Yes, of course. There were still more than 3 minutes to play, and Northwestern had … [Read more...] about Michigan State football loses to Northwestern: Who’s to blame?