“We talk about hostages and guys that are here but they don't really want to be here,” sophomore quarterback Payton Thorne said. “I feel like we don't really have any of those guys.
The Spartans will need to reduce the unforced errors if they hope to knock off No. 9 Purdue on the road and improve to nine wins and .500 on the season.
Kickoff is officially scheduled to be at noon for Michigan State’s game against Michigan on Oct. 30 and will be broadcasted on Fox.
Trickery from the MSU offense boosted the Spartans to victory over the Hoosiers of Indiana on Saturday afternoon.