Big Ten opponents meet when the Indiana Hoosiers (3-7) and the Michigan State Spartans (3-7) square off on Saturday, November 18, 2023 at Memorial Stadium (Bloomington, IN).
The game is on BTN, if you’re looking for how to watch.
When is Indiana vs. Michigan State and when does it start?
This matchup between the Hoosiers and Spartans will take place on Saturday, November 18, 2023. You can expect the kickoff at 12:00 PM ET.
Where to watch Indiana vs. Michigan State
The Hoosiers and Spartans will take to the gridiron at Memorial Stadium (Bloomington, IN) for this matchup on November 18, and if you’d like to catch the action live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on BTN.
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Indiana vs. Michigan State Game Preview
Indiana Stats & Insights
- The Hoosiers head into this matchup after a 48-45 loss to the Illinois Fighting Illini in their last outing.
- Indiana ranks 108th in total offense (324.6 yards per game) and 87th in total defense (392.8 yards allowed per game) this year.
- Offensively, the Hoosiers rank 83rd in the FBS with 213.0 passing yards per game. Meanwhile, they rank 72nd in passing yards allowed per contest (230.2).
- While Indiana’s run defense ranks 93rd with 162.6 rushing yards allowed per game, the offense has been less successful, ranking 19th-worst (111.6 rushing yards per game).
- The Hoosiers are putting up 21.4 points per game offensively this year (108th in the FBS), and they are surrendering 30.0 points per game (104th) on defense.
Michigan State Stats & Insights
- The Hoosiers enter the matchup after losing 48-45 to the Illinois Fighting Illini in their last game on November 11.
- Michigan State has been struggling on offense, ranking 10th-worst with 306.0 total yards per game. It has been better on the other side of the ball, surrendering 372.9 total yards per contest (65th-ranked).
- In terms of passing, the Spartans rank 93rd in the FBS (203.3 passing yards per game) and 83rd defensively (235.4 passing yards allowed per contest).
- Michigan State’s running game has been sputtering, ranking 12th-worst in the FBS with 102.7 rushing yards per game. It has been more productive on defense, allowing 137.5 rushing yards per contest (47th-ranked).
- The Spartans’ offense has been bottom-25 this season, putting up 16.7 points per game, which ranks fourth-worst in the FBS. Defensively, they rank 82nd with 27.7 points surrendered per contest.
Indiana Key Players to Watch
- Brendan Sorsby has 1,164 passing yards (145.5 ypg) to lead Indiana, completing 57.6% of his passes and throwing 10 touchdown passes and two interceptions this season. He’s also chipped in on the ground with 188 rushing yards (23.5 ypg) on 84 carries with four rushing touchdowns.
- Jaylin Lucas has carried the ball 65 times for a team-high 265 yards (26.5 per game), with two touchdowns this year. He’s also tacked on 33 catches for 235 yards (23.5 per game) and two touchdowns.
- This season Trent Howland has rushed for 240 yards (30.0 per game) on 49 carries with one touchdown.
- Donaven McCulley’s team-high 524 receiving yards (52.4 yards per game) have come on 40 receptions with five touchdowns.
- Dequece Carter has reeled in 19 passes for 298 yards (33.1 yards per game) and two touchdowns this year.
- Cam Camper’s 17 grabs have netted him 285 yards (47.5 ypg) and one touchdown.
Michigan State Key Players to Watch
- Noah Kim leads Michigan State with 1,090 passing yards (218.0 ypg) on 91-of-161 passing with six touchdowns compared to six interceptions this season. He also adds 53 rushing yards (10.6 ypg) on 27 carries.
- Nathan Carter has carried the ball 167 times for a team-high 711 yards (71.1 per game), with four touchdowns this year.
- This season Jalen Berger has rushed for 93 yards (18.6 per game) on 25 carries with one touchdown.
- Montorie Foster’s 447 receiving yards (44.7 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s collected 34 receptions and two touchdowns.
- Tre Mosley has racked up 288 receiving yards (36.0 yards per game) and two touchdowns, reeling in 28 passes this year.
- Jaron Glover’s 14 grabs are good enough for 261 yards (37.3 ypg).