January 17th, 2021

For a team that needs to start piling up victories, potentially losing opportunities is not ideal. But that’s exactly the position Michigan State is in. As much as the Big Ten will try to get every game played, there are no guarantees. “The goal is to still get every team to be able to play 20 Big Ten games,” said Kevin Pauga, associate athletic director at Michigan State and a key member of the conference’s team on scheduling across all sports.

Source: Detroit News