After a brutal loss to Penn State on Saturday, the Iowa Hawkeyes head to East Lansing this weekend to take on a Michigan State team it hasn’t beaten since a double-overtime win in 2012. At least one person likes their chances.

If not for a walk-off touchdown from Penn State, the Hawkeyes would be undefeated and would be a lock for the Top 25. Michigan State, on the other hand, just took a beating from Notre Dame at home last week so it’s not hard to see where Greenstein is coming from.

The last time these two played, Iowa was undefeated and they were in Indianapolis for the Big 10 Championship in 2015. Michigan State won 16-13 to knock the Hawkeyes out of the playoff.