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While we can all agree that things are going much smoother in Ann Arbor than in East Lansing, the record doesn’t matter when blue and white clash. The Wolverines might have their most complete team in the Harbaugh tenure and their most talented since most current students have been alive. Still, Michigan State has been more problematic towards the Wolverines than a Kanye West and Mel Gibson podcast. Last season, Michigan rolled through the big ten, beat Ohio State for the first time in ten years, and…lost to Michigan State. The 2020 Spartan team was awful in a 2-5 season. It lost to Rutgers, couldn’t put points on the board against Indiana, and … beat Michigan. And while Kenneth Walker is now destroying defenses in the NFL, Mel Tucker’s team still has plenty of weapons. Just ask Wisconsin, who, last weekend, got torched by the combination of Payton Thorne’s arm and Jayden Reed’s ability to create separation faster than does in a marriage. Thorne has been more turnover prone than last year, but all things considered, he’s still an above-average Big 10 quarterback. The biggest key to success for Michigan State is for its veteran defensive line to create turnover opportunities. Under Tucker, MSU has won its last eight games when coming up with multiple takeaways. And Michigan? They’ve turned over the ball two or more times twice this year.

As pesky as I think Michigan State can be in this game, they won last year because Kenneth Walker ran over Michigan like he was Caitlyn Jenner after a few too many glasses of chardonnay, and they ran a very balanced offense. As of recently, the Spartans’ offense has been anything but balanced. Through the first two games – wins against Western Michigan and Akron – Michigan State was solid on the ground with a revamped backfield led by transfers Jalen Berger and Jarek Broussard. The Spartans averaged 228.5 yards per game and had seven rushing touchdowns. Since moving up to face Power Five opponents, Michigan State is averaging just 57.2 rushing yards per game. In almost every statistical category, Michigan is the better team. The Wolverines have a top-five offense and a top-three defense…how anyone stays competitive with that I don’t know. JJ McCarthy has grown better game by game, and he’s currently leading the nation in completion percentage (77.1%). McCarthy has thrown for 1,297 yards this season with nine touchdowns and two interceptions while rushing for 147 yards and one touchdown through six games. Even more impressive, the Wolverines have the best rushing attack in the Big Ten at 241.7 yards per game, with Heisman candidate Blake Corum mowing down bodies like it’s Gallipoli. Michigan has no weakness, but Michigan State has fight. However, I don’t think that Spartan fight will be enough. Take the Wolverines moneyline and get your free $200 from DraftKings!

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