Michigan State is no longer on a four-game losing streak after beating Wisconsin in Week 7. The Spartans beat the Badgers in double-overtime and now have much better chances of making a bowl game, according to ESPN’s FPI.

Both teams went back and forth on the scoreboard till the very end. Jayden Reed called game after a 27-yard touchdown pass from Payton Thorne. Reed finished the game with 117 yards receiving, while Thorne had 265 yards passing and 2 touchdowns in what has been an inconsistent season for him.

Not a lot of mistakes were made by either team, but Wisconsin had 2 turnovers to Michigan State’s 1. Regardless of how they got the win, the Spartans now have a 42.8% chance to win at least six games. Michigan State had a 23.9% chance after Week 6.

Michigan State still has to face Michigan, Illinois, Rutgers, Indiana, and Penn State before the end of the regular season. Can Mel Tucker finish year three with a bowl game appearance?