Monday, May 20, 2024

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MSU Football looks to ride momentum to avoid another blowout loss to top ranked opponent

The Michigan State Football team has been riding high since Saturday night where they picked up their first victory since September to snap a six game losing streak as they defeated Nebraska 20-17. The victory was celebrated, but it's back to work immediately come a new week. The Spartans have a tall task ahead of them in their upcoming game against No. 1 ranked Ohio State as they look to keep their momentum going in the last few weeks of the season.

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'Spoiling means you’re a scrub, and I ain’t a scrub:' Harlon Barnett looking to end losing streak on Senior Day

Interim head coach Harlon Barnett and MSU football have yet to find success in the six games he has been at the helm. This weekend though, he has a chance to send the seniors out on a winning note against Nebraska for their last game at Spartan Stadium, and Barnett has been nothing but positive with his guys in order to keep the mood in the locker room from derailing. 

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'You have to kill me to stop me' Barnett discusses what's ahead for MSU Football heading into Minnesota

The roster has gone through a lot of reconstruction, most notably with who is playing on the field week in and week out. Nevertheless, Minnesota is now on the clock, and that is the focus for Michigan State. With Barnett looking for his first win since taking over the head coaching position, there is constant adversity to be faced when put in such a tough position. Nothing has been easy for the Spartans this season, but they will continue to battle.

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MSU Football looks to adjust and move on after suffering demolishing defeat to Michigan

This year's battle for the Paul Bunyan Trophy was pure domination, and the Michigan State Football Team ended up on the wrong side of it. The Spartans suffered a 49-0 loss to Michigan, which was the worst home loss ever in program history. The stat sheet was a good tale of the story for the whole night. MSU was outclassed in all phases, as they only could generate 182 total yards compared to Michigan’s 477.