A win is a win, but the Associated Press voters weren’t impressed by Michigan State’s Week 1 performance. MSU defeated Utah State 38-31 on Friday Aug. 31, but fell in the AP Top 25 from No. 11 to No. 15. This week, the Spartans hit the road to take on a Power 5 foe, the Arizona State Dun Devils, which could prove for another challenging four quarters. Below, find kickoff time, TV channel information and odds for the Michigan State-Arizona State football game.

Michigan State-Arizona State football: TV channel, game time, odds

All times are ET. Odds via MyBookie.

TV channel: The Michigan State-Arizona State game will air on ESPN.

Time: The Michigan State-Arizona State game kicks off at 10:45 p.m.

Location: The Michigan State-Arizona State game will be played at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.

Odds: Michigan State is favored by 5.5 points.

The lead up

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Michigan State’s offensive line might be getting some major help.

The Spartans struggled up front in the Week 1 win over Utah State, as running lanes collapsed quickly and Brian Lewerke found himself scrambling frequently. Part of the reason was because 16-game start Cole Chewins was out of the lineup.

But Chewins might be back in action soon for Michigan State, a huge addition if he’s available this week against Arizona State.

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The Spartans are just 4-7 in covering the spread in Week 1 games since Dantonio took over. There was no spread available for the 2009 season opener against Montana State.

Michigan State’s win-loss record in those games? 11-1.

The Spartans were 23.5-point favorites in Friday night’s opener against Utah State, coming up well short of covering that spread. They were also without starting offensive lineman Cole Chewins and star defensive back Josiah Scott, which would’ve helped the Spartans in the depth and talent departments.