“They’ve waited and we’ve waited a very long time for this,” Tucker said Tuesday. It will be the first regular-season game open to fans at Spartan Stadium since the 2019 finale, Mark Dantonio’s final game as head coach. Just 51,366 attended that game, and maybe around 20-25,000 remained in the cold, dreary dark as Matt Coghlin’s fourth field goal delivered a 19-16 win over Maryland to clinch bowl eligibility. MSU allowed parents to two games before new state orders took precedence.
Source: Detroit Free Press