There’s no doubt Michigan State football is in a slump. After back-to-back losses to Washington and Minnesota, it’s clear the Spartans have some work to do at practice this week if they want to get back on track against Maryland on Saturday. A 2-2 record is not where the team likely saw itself after Head Coach Mel Tucker set some high expectations for the team pre-season. With the schedule only getting more intense from this point, MSU will need to turn it around this week if it still hopes to meet them.
Source: The State News