The Michigan State Spartans (0-0) and the Western Michigan Broncos (0-0) play at Spartan Stadium on Friday, September 2, 2022. We have more details below, and that includes how to watch this game on FuboTV.

How to Watch Michigan State vs. Western Michigan

  • Game Day: Friday, September 2, 2022
  • Game Time: 7:00 PM ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Stadium: Spartan Stadium
  • Live stream the Western Michigan at Michigan State game on fuboTV: Start with a free trial today!

Betting Information for Michigan State vs. Western Michigan

Michigan State vs Western Michigan Betting Information

Favorite Spread Total
Michigan State -21 54

Michigan State and Western Michigan Stats

  • Michigan State averaged 3.6 more points last season (31.8) than Western Michigan allowed (28.2).
  • Michigan State committed four more turnovers last year (17) than Western Michigan forced (13).
  • Western Michigan scored 7.2 more points per game last season (32.5) than Michigan State allowed (25.3).
  • Last season Michigan State forced 20 turnovers, compared to the 16 times Western Michigan turned the ball over.

Michigan State Players to Watch

  • Payton Thorne recorded a passing stat line last year of 3,241 passing yards with a 60.3% completion rate (235-of-390), 27 touchdowns, 10 interceptions, and an average of 249.3 yards per game. His rushing stat line was 82 carries for 164 yards and four touchdowns while averaging 12.6 yards per game.
  • Last year, Kenneth Walker III took 263 carries for 1,636 rushing yards (125.8 yards per game) and scored 18 touchdowns.
  • Jordon Simmons ran for 278 yards on 70 carries (21.4 ypg) last year.
  • In the previous season, Jayden Reed reeled in 59 catches for 1,026 yards (78.9 ypg). He also scored 10 touchdowns.
  • Jalen Nailor produced last year by catching 37 passes for 695 yards and six touchdowns. He collected 53.5 receiving yards per game.
  • Last season Tre Mosley hauled in 35 passes for 531 yards and three touchdowns, averaging 40.8 receiving yards per game.

Western Michigan Players to Watch

  • Kaleb Eleby completed 63.4% of his passes to throw for 3,277 yards and 23 touchdowns last season.
  • Sean Tyler averaged 88.5 rushing yards per game and tallied nine rushing touchdowns last year.
  • La’Darius Jefferson ran for 10 rushing touchdowns on 836 yards a year ago.
  • Skyy Moore averaged 98.7 receiving yards and grabbed 10 receiving touchdowns over the course of the 2021 season.
  • Corey Crooms averaged 58.8 receiving yards per game in 2021, scoring six touchdowns.
  • Jaylen Hall caught 47 passes on his way to 756 receiving yards and three touchdowns a season ago.

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