What time does Michigan State football play Michigan?
Michigan State football will play Michigan after this upcoming bye week on October 29, and it will be a night game. The kickoff time of 7:30pm ET was just announced. The game will take place in Ann Arbor in the Big House.
Is Michigan’s Week 9 home game a night game?
It’s long been rumored that Michigan’s Week 9 home game against rival Michigan State would be a night game, and it turns out that the rumors are true. On Monday, the game time and channel was announced and the battle for the Paul Bunyan trophy will kick off at 7:30 p.m. EDT and will be broadcast on ABC.
What time does the Spartans vs Spartan game start?
The schools announced Monday the game Oct. 29 will be played at night, set to kick off at 7:30 p.m. on ABC. The two sides have met under the lights just once since their first meeting in 1898 – that was on Oct. 7, 2017, when the Spartans won, 14-10, despite entering as a 10-point underdog.
What is the significance of the Michigan State rivalry game?
– A matchup between Michigan and Michigan State always has special meaning within the state. This year, the rivalry game is far bigger than simple bragging rights. There are major implications in the Big Ten and College Football Playoff races.
How many yards did Kenneth Walker III get?
Despite the bye week, Michigan State’s Kenneth Walker III ranks second nationally with 997 yards on 152 carries. He’s scored nine touchdowns on the ground and another as a receiver.
Why did Michigan State have an extra week?
Thanks to a bye week, Michigan State had an extra week to prepare for its arch-rival.
Who is #97 in the 2021 Wisconsin Badgers?
Aidan Hutchinson #97 of the Michigan Wolverines prior to the snap against the Wisconsin Badgers at Camp Randall Stadium on October 02, 2021 in Madison, Wisconsin. Michigan defeated Wisconsin 38-17. (John Fisher, 2021 Getty Images)
Is the rivalry game bigger than bragging rights?
This year, the rivalry game is far bigger than simple bragging rights. There are major implications in the Big Ten and College Football Playoff races.