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Michigan State Football 2014 Season Predictions

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The staff of The Only Colors look into their respective crystal balls to see what might be in store for Michigan State in 2014.

Mark A. Cunningham

The Only Staff takes their respective stabs at how the 2014 Michigan State Spartans will fare.


Blake Baumgartner: 11-2 with a loss to Oregon, one loss in the Big Ten and a Big Ten Championship Game win over Wisconsin.

Pete Rossman: 11-2 in the regular season. Lose at Oregon and against either Michigan or Ohio State, win the Big Ten title game against Iowa.

HeckDorland: 9-3 on the year.

KJ: Long-time readers know that I am an avowed non-predictor of game results.  Last year, I had a shtick about it we included in these posts.  I think I'll spare everyone that this year.  Go Green.

Joe Tuohey: Put me down for 9-3 (6-2) on the season.

Jim McEvoy: I'll say it: 12-0. Sadler plays quarterback in the Nebraska game and we win by 50.

Josh Moon: Upset Oregon, drop one conference game. Win the conference but miss the playoff deeply angering the fan base. Lose a letdown bowl game. 12-2.

Jameson Draper: MSU goes 11-1, upsetting Oregon but dropping a soft game late in the B1G schedule. They miss the college playoff because the polls hate losses late in the season.

Jeremy_Dewar: 11-2 on the season. Lose to Oregon and Nebraska or Penn State. Win the Conference title but miss the playoff. Win the bowl game.

Jeremy Warnemuende: 10-2, with a loss to Oregon and a disappointing effort on the road against Maryland. The Spartans will get a shot at their real rival, though, and beat Wisconsin in the Big Ten Championship.

Tim Conner: 10-2 regular season record.

Dan Baker: 10-2 (7-1), lose to Oregon and either Maryland or Penn State, win Big Ten title game against Wisconsin, miss the playoff but play in the Cotton or Peach Bowl.

Ben Wilensky: 10-2 regular season, with losses to Oregon and Penn State (!).

What's your prediction?