Former Michigan State stars aren’t too happy with the product they’re witnessing on the field, and aren’t afraid to speak their mind on the situation following a 38-0 loss to Wisconsin.

Michigan State dropped to 4-3 on the season and 2-2 in the B1G after the blowout loss to the Badgers. It was the second straight week in which the Spartans struggled on both sides of the ball, falling 34-10 to Ohio State a week ago.

After another embarrassing loss, former Michigan State stars Jerel Worthy and Javon Ringer couldn’t bite their tongue. Both players responded to a Michigan State Instagram post, being heavily critical of Mark Dantonio and the coaching staff.

Worthy was the first to chime in.

“We need to start to look at ourselves as a program (and) figure out if long-standing relationships (are going to) cost these kids a chance at something great,” Worthy wrote. “38-0 to WI is the last straw. Something has to change and it has to change right now! These kids deserve every chance at success not looking mediocre.”

After Worthy posted his statement, Ringer jumped in the conversation, though his response was a bit more mild and subtle.

“Stopped the run tho…lol,” Ringer wrote.

Clearly, the former Spartans aren’t happy with the product on the field the last two years. Right now, Michigan State isn’t anywhere the championship-caliber program it was to start this decade.

Worthy was with the program in East Lansing from 2009 through 2011, while Ringer played for the Spartans from 2005-2008. Both want the program to return to its glory its once had.

Right now, Michigan State is a middle-of-the-road B1G program.