If Saturday night’s game against Notre Dame was indeed the Spartans’ first true test of the season, well, they failed. Sure, the Spartans' history with Notre Dame reveals that you shouldn't use the result of this game as a platform to forecast the rest of the season, but it does disclose that MSU needs immediate changes to be made.
Quarterback Brian Lewerke led a commanding drive to the 1-yard line on MSU’s first offensive possession of the season against Bowling Green. Junior running back LJ Scott would then fumble at the goal line, with the Falcons recovering the loose ball and preventing MSU from scoring on its first red zone appearance in 2017.
After a bye last weekend, the Spartans are ready to get back onto the gridiron and take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Saturday night.
MSU football comes out of its bye week 2-0 and eager to face rival Notre Dame Saturday night. With the Megaphone Trophy on
Fresh off the bye week, the Spartans are 2-0 and will face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday night with the Megaphone Trophy up for grabs. While MSU had its off week, the Irish defeated Boston College last Saturday 49-20 to improve to 2-1 on the season.