Michigan State enjoyed a dream season in 2013, finishing 13-1 with a Rose Bowl victory over Stanford.
Now, over two months removed from that season, the Spartans have began reaping the benefits. They wrapped up one of the best recruiting classes in the conference after National Signing Day.
Michigan State enjoyed their most successful football season of all-time in 2013, finishing 13-1 after defeating Stanford (11-2) in the 100th Rose Bowl Game.
Much of that success was due in part to one of the most dominant defense in the nation. The Spartans ended the season allowing just over 13 points per game along with an average of 86 yards rushing allowed per game.
Going into the game, 40 of the last 43 meetings between these in-state rivals were won by the more dominant rushing team. After holding Michigan rushers to negative yardage (-48 yards rushing overall), Michigan State made it 41 out of 44. Read More…
An expected big win left a lot of questions.
Host Dan Tyler focuses on the statistics on this essential “blowout.” But is there something behind the puzzle that Spartan fans were left with after the Purdue vs. MSU football game? After a 14-0 victory, do the offensive woes overshadow the defensive dominance? After all, it was a defensive shutout. Read More…