Actions speak louder than words. Many people around Michigan State have talked about the offense and how bad it has gotten.

The Spartans, this season, have had some quality offensive outings. Michigan State scored 51 against Western Michigan, 31 at Northwestern and 40 against Indiana. However, pitiful showings against Arizona State, Ohio State and Wisconsin have all resulted in losses.

The offense at Michigan State hasn’t been right for quite some time now and in the last two weeks, two Spartan running backs have entered the transfer portal.

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Well, on Monday, you can make it three Spartan former offensive players. Weston Bridges was a running back for Michigan State, but moved to wide receiver to help both himself and the team.

News broke that Bridges is now in the transfer portal as well:

Bridges hasn’t appeared in a game since transitioning to wide receiver, so clearly that wasn’t working out one way or another. Then again, what has worked out in East Lansing from an offensive perspective?

Three offensive players transferring in the last two weeks?

That’s a bad look for the green and white.