Last season, the Indiana Hoosiers shut out the Michigan State Spartans in East Lansing. This Saturday, Michigan State was about to get revenge versus its fellow Eastern Divisional foe in Indiana on the road. No. 10 Michigan State was able to hold on for a 20-15 win over Indiana, who was fresh off a bye-week.

The offense for Michigan State was able to make enough key plays to get on the scoreboard against a tough Indiana defense. The defense of Michigan State was able to force three turnovers from Indiana quarterback Jack Tuttle.

After the game, Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker was hyped for his team’s big win. Tucker was excited for his Spartans team to get back the Old Brass Spittoon Trophy given after the rivalry game.

Michigan State now leads the series 49-17-2 over Indiana.