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Michigan State football will enter the 2022 season as one of the top 20 teams in the country, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index (FPI) rankings.
ESPN released their preseason FPI rankings this week, with the Spartans landing in the top 25. Michigan State ranked at No. 16, falling one spot behind Utah and one spot ahead of Ole Miss.
Michigan State is projected to go 8-4 this season according to the FPI, and will finish in fourth place in the Big Ten East Division. The Spartans are ranked behind Ohio State (No. 2), Michigan (No. 7) and Penn State (No. 12) from the Big Ten.
Check out the complete rankings by clicking on the tweet below:
The preseason FPI rankings have been released and Alabama finds itself in the top spot 🐘
— ESPN College Football (@ESPNCFB) April 14, 2022
Michigan State football listed in Top 20 of preseason ESPN Football Power Index (FPI) rankings
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