More of a question of who do you think will win? MSU was starting to really pull things together on offense with Conner Cook at the helm until the Purdue game. He seemed to show back up against Illinois as they absolutely routed them in the second half. Obviously MSU's defense has played extremely well and has benefited from scoring off of turnovers.
On the other hand, Michigan might have finally found an identity on offense, going back to more of a read-option look where the had a record breaking performance (against on of the worst defenses). However, the defense struggled mightily against the spread look from an explosive Indiana offense. With Gardner being prone to turnovers, and MSU seemingly taking advantage all year from these turnovers, is this a lopsided victory for MSU?
MSU's offense doesn't exactly blow your socks off, but can it do enough against Michigan. Michigan has really struggled on the road in the Hoke regime, so logic would say that MSU has the upper hand. However, Michigan is coming of from a bye and has had two weeks to prepare for MSU as well as get a little healthier.
The winner of this game seems to be the probable matchup that we'll face in the B1G Championship, so I am intrigued to see this.