Michigan State Spartans
Big Ten Conference
The Michigan State Spartans are part of the Big Ten Football Conference and are rivals to the University of Minnesota Gopher Football team.
Michigan State University is located in East Lansing, Michigan. It enrolls 43,159 students, its colors are green and white and it joined the Big Ten Conference in 1949.
The Michigan State University Spartans football team play its home games at Spartan Stadium, which has a capacity of 75,005. The Michigan State Spartans are led by quarterback Brian Hoyer, who threw for 2725 yards in 2007 and running back Javon Ringer, who rushed for 1447 yards.
The Michigan State Spartans Roster is always a competitive one, mixing local Michigan high school talent with nationally recognized athletes.
The Michigan State Spartans football team schedule was up and down in 2007. After starting 4-0 with a win at Notre Dame on September 15, the Spartans dropped five of their next six. But the Spartans pulled it together in the final two weeks of their schedule, beating Purdue and Penn State to get bowl eligibility.
The Michigan State Spartans have been putting together underrated teams for the last couple of years. Michigan State Spartans football tickets provide a great chance to see an exciting college football upset. Get your Michigan State Spartans football tickets now to see a solid football program in the Big Ten.