Blustery conditions across the B1G produces snowball fight in stands of Spartan Stadium
Michigan State fans found a new way to entertain themselves in the down moments of the game. When footballs weren’t flying on the field, snowballs were flying in the stands.
As cameras panned to the stands, Spartan fans decked out in foam helmets and cold-weather gear were seen chucking snowballs at each other. It’s 25 degrees and snowing in East Lansing as the Spartans go head to head with Indiana on Saturday.
🚨🚨 SNOWBALL FIGHT IN EAST LANSING 🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/EeVZsv8rWJ
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There’s a lot on the line for the Spartans, as a win over Indiana would make the 5-5 Spartans bowl eligible this season. Michigan State is on a winning streak, having won its last two games.
Saturday is the Spartans’ most likely opportunity for a win and bowl eligibility, as they face a strong No. 11 Penn State team next week to end the regular season.