Michigan State vs. Indiana: Stream, broadcast info, players to watch, predictions for Saturday

Michigan State football plays Indiana on Saturday, and if you’re wondering how you can watch the action live, you’ve come to the right place.

The Spartans enter this matchup looking to pickup a third straight win for the first time this year and clinch bowl game eligibility. Michigan State is 5-4 on the season and 3-4 in conference play.

Indiana is in the midst of a downward spiral. It has lost its last seven games. The Hoosiers are 3-7 on the season and haven’t won in more than two months.


Broadcast and Streaming Info

Here’s when you should tune in to see this game between Michigan State and Indiana:

  • Date: Nov. 19, 2022

  • Time: Noon ET

  • TV Channel: Big Ten Network

  • Live Stream: fuboTV (watch here)

Players to Watch

Here are three players to watch for Michigan State in this matchup against the Hoosiers:

Jalen Berger (RB): It’s November and in Big Ten country that means there’s a chance for snow. That’ll be the case on Saturday in East Lansing, Michigan. so the Spartans may need to lean on their run game more, which isn’t so bad with how well Jalen Berger has played recently.

Cal Haladay (LB): Haladay has been the Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week the past two weeks so can he make it three straight weeks this Saturday? He’ll need to continue to play at a high level to help contain the Hoosiers’ solid offense.

Ben Patton (K): Anyone who’s watched Michigan State this season knows field goals and extra points are always eventful. However, last week Patton hit a pair of late field goals that were the difference in the Spartans’ victory over Rutgers, and he could play a large role again this week.

Game Predictions

Click here to check out the Spartans Wire staff’s picks for this matchup between Michigan State and Indiana.

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