After two weeks on the road, Michigan State returns home Saturday to host the Indiana Hoosiers. The Spartans have the opportunity to climb up higher in the AP rankings, while Indiana looks to bounce back after its loss to Michigan.
In addition to looking to keep the 2017 season rolling, MSU has a chance to get revenge on what was a back-breaking loss in 2016. Last year these same two teams went to overtime before Indiana won 24-21 in Bloomington.
Michigan State may start the game without LJ Scott, but like always, the Spartans will depend on its running game if they want to win. But regardless of what happens, no MSU fan will want to miss a second.