The Michigan State Spartans are set to visit Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wisconsin for a Big Ten clash against the Wisconsin Badgers. The Michigan State Spartans come into this matchup with a 4-2 record, and they will be looking to rebound after dropping their recent road game against the Ohio State Buckeyes, 34-10. QB Brian Lewerke struggled to get much going through the air for Michigan State as he connected on 20 of his 38 pass attempts for 218 yards, 1 TD, and 1 interception. Senior WR Darrell Stewart Jr. was the top target for Lewerke and the Spartans as he hauled in 6 catches for 68 yards and a TD.
The Michigan State Spartans struggled on the defensive side of the ball against the Ohio State Buckeyes as they allowed them to score 34 points and rack up a total of 529 yards of offense. Junior CB Josiah Scott led the way for the Michigan State defense with 12 tackles and an interception. Senior LB Joe Bachie was able to get into the Ohio State backfield a handful of times as he racked up 11 tackles, 3 TFL, and 2 sacks.
The Wisconsin Badgers come into this matchup with a 5-0 record, and they will be looking to continue their success after winning their recent home game against the Kent State Golden Flashes, 48-0. QB Jack Coan had an efficient game through the air for Wisconsin as he connected on 12 of his 15 pass attempts for 134 yards and 2 TDs. RB Jonathan Taylor had a big game on the ground for the Badgers as he ran for 186 yards and 4 TDs on 19 carries.
The Wisconsin Badgers were very good on the defensive side of the ball against the Kent State Golden Flashes as they held them scoreless and to a total of 124 yards of offense. Senior LB Chris Orr led the way for the Wisconsin defense with 5 tackles, 2 TFL, and 2 sacks. Senior LB Zack Baun was able to get into the Kent State backfield a handful of times as he tallied 3 sacks and 3 TFL while Jack Sanborn pitched in 2 sacks and TFL.