7 months ago

The security blanket of friendly faces and propaganda peddlers disappears once MSU kicks off the 100th season at Spartan Stadium on Sept. 1 against Central Michigan. That’s the same venue in late November where the few hearty, diehard fans who sat in the frigid cold for a double-overtime loss to Indiana vigorously booed the team in its home finale. Rendering those jeers as a fleeting blip and atoning for a 5-7 downturn that came on the heels of tantalizing 11-win success in 2021 will be MSU’s mission.

Source: Detroit Free Press