Michigan State embarrassed by Wisconsin, 38-0; just second shutout under Dantonio Detroit Free Press
Michigan State football looked like it was sleepwalking Saturday inside Camp Randall Stadium. Maybe it was the cold, gray, windy day. Or the recent players leaving for the NCAA transfer portal. Or last week’s beatdown at Ohio State. And maybe it had something to do with No. 8 Wisconsin being dynamic on defense and overwhelming on offense. Because the Badgers certainly are and showed it in a 38-0 victory.
Mashed in Madison: No. 8 Badgers trounce Spartans Detroit News
For the second straight week, Michigan State had no answers. After getting trounced last week by Ohio State, the Spartans capped their back-to-back games against top-10 teams by getting run up and down the field by No. 8 Wisconsin on Saturday as the Badgers cruised to a 38-0 victory in front of 80,470 at Camp Randall Stadium.
Michigan State loses to Wisconsin 38-0: Game Recap Spartans Wire
Michigan State lost to Wisconsin 38-0 today. This loss was absolutely devastating. The Badgers move on to 6-0 on the season whereas the Spartans are now 4-3. This will certainly bump MSU down in the Big Ten rankings.
Spartans add third loss to record leaving Madison scoreless State News
Michigan State’s nationally ranked defense was put to the test today against No. 8 Wisconsin. The Spartans were left in the dust at 38-0, as they were unable to stop the Badgers’ deadly offense. “If you look at it and you say ‘how did we use to play?’,” MSU Coach Mark Dantonio said. “We used to play like Wisconsin.”
No. 8 Wisconsin hammers Michigan State 38-0 MLive.com
For the second straight week, Michigan State played on the road against a top-10 team. And for the second straight week, the Spartans headed home with a lopsided loss. Michigan State (4-3, 2-2 Big Ten) followed a 34-10 loss at Ohio State with a 38-0 defeat at No. 8 Wisconsin (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) on Saturday. The Badgers jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first half and cruised to the win in front of 80,470 at Camp Randall Stadium.
MSU shut out by Wisconsin in humbling defeat Spartan Tailgate
Michigan State limited Wisconsin All-American running back better than anybody has this season, yet it didn’t matter. The Spartans melted down in nearly every other area Saturday to render that small victory irrelevant.
Michigan State Falls At No. 8 Wisconsin Michigan State Athletics
Michigan State football lost at No. 8 Wisconsin, 38-0, Saturday afternoon at a cold, windy and rainy Camp Randall Stadium. MSU is now 4-3 overall and 2-2 in Big Ten Conference action after playing back-to-back teams ranked in the Top 10. Wisconsin improves to 6-0 overall, 3-0 in B1G play.