The No. 2 Michigan Wolverines are headed to East Lansing, MI, to take on the Michigan State Spartans on October 21 at 7:30pm ET.
You can listen to every snap live from Spartan Stadium on the SiriusXM App and in car radios with your choice of the home or away feed.
Home: Michigan State Spartans
- In their recent matchup against Rutgers, Michigan State’s QB Katin Houser showed promise with 18 completions for 133 yards and two touchdowns, also rushing for a 12-yard TD. Houser has completed 60% of his passes this season, throwing for 291 yards.
- Junior QB Noah Kim started the first five games, passing for 1,090 yards, six touchdowns, and six interceptions, also rushing for 53 yards.
- Running back Nathan Carter ranks fourth in the Big Ten averaging 88.2 rushing yards per game, with four touchdowns.
- Receiver Montorie Foster Jr. has achieved career highs with 24 catches and 274 receiving yards in six games.
- Michigan State boasts a strong third-down defense, allowing opponents to convert only 24.7% of attempts.
Away: Michigan Wolverines
- Michigan enters the game with an undefeated 7-0 record, scoring 50+ points in their last two victories.
- Quarterback J.J. McCarthy had an impressive performance with 222 passing yards and three touchdowns against Indiana.
- Running back Blake Corum leads the conference in rushing touchdowns with 12, while receiver Roman Wilson leads in receiving touchdowns with nine.
- Junior linebacker Junior Colson leads Michigan’s defense with 34 tackles.
- The Wolverines’ defense has been outstanding, allowing just 6.7 points per game and ranking second in both total and pass defense in the Big Ten and nationally.
Michigan State Spartans Home Feed:
SiriusXM channel 195 in your vehicle
Channel 957 on the SiriusXM App
Michigan Wolverines Away Feed:
SiriusXM channel 85 in your vehicle
Channel 85 on the SiriusXM App
SiriusXM channel 196 in your vehicle
Channel 958 on the SiriusXM App
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