Michigan State provides unique behind-the-scenes look at practice with WRs coach Courtney Hawkins
No. 7 Michigan State will attempt to get back in the win column when they welcome visiting Maryland on Nov. 13. Michigan State won its first eight games before dropping a 40-29 vs. Purdue last week.
Leading up to the conference showdown, the Spartans provided a unique behind-the-scenes look at practice from the perspective of wide receivers coach Courtney Hawkins:
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Jayden Reed leads Michigan State’s wide receivers with 37 receptions and 715 yards, in addition to five receiving touchdowns. Jalen Nailor is second on the team with 31 receptions for 587 yards, and leads Michigan State with six receiving touchdowns.
Michigan State is 8-1 overall and second place in the B1G East.
Maryland lost 31-14 vs. Penn State last week. Maryland has a 5-4 overall record and is fifth place in the B1G East.
Michigan State leads the all-time series 9-2 and is on a three-game winning streak vs. Maryland. The last meeting was a 19-16 home victory by Michigan State.
Michigan State-Maryland is slated for a 4 p.m. (EST) kickoff and will be televised on FOX.