In the eyes of 247Sports’ Brad Crawford, Michigan State football will be somewhere between seven to 10 wins in 2022.
Crawford released his best- and worst-case scenarios for each Big Ten team this past week, which found Michigan State making a bowl game no matter what. He believes Michigan State in a best-case scenario would go 10-2, while his worst-case scenario is 7-5 for the Spartans.
Here’s a bit of what Crawford had to say about Michigan State’s two scenarios:
“Michigan State plays the four highest-ranked teams in the Big Ten this season, so splitting matchups with Ohio State, Michigan, Wisconsin and Penn State is likely best case for Mel Tucker’s crew. … Would the Spartans have this much of a significant fall from grace after last season’s success? It’s possible if the ground game fails to produce without Kenneth Walker III. ”
Click on the tweet below to see the complete write-up on Michigan State, as well as Crawford’s projections for every Big Ten team:
Some possible Rutgers scenarios for this season https://t.co/7qyRRQjJyK
– Bobby Deren (@BobbyDeren) May 12, 2022
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