It’s now been two weeks since Michigan State pulled off a win on the road at Michigan in the Big House, and it’s still baffling that the Spartans pulled off that win.

Outside of the performance of a lifetime against the Wolverines, Mel Tucker’s Michigan State squad has struggled mightily, including on Saturday against an Indiana team in the midst of one its best seasons ever. The Spartans were shutout in a 24-0 loss on their home field.

All of Indiana’s 24 points came in the first half. While the Hoosier offense was firing on all cylinders, Sparty struggled with turnovers and penalties.

Michigan State committed six penalties on Saturday while also turning the ball over four times.

Aside from those mistakes, the Michigan State offense was abysmal, going for just 191 yards of total offense. There were changes taking place all over the Spartan offense, including at the quarterback position.

Michigan State is expected to face off against Maryland next week. Though there will certainly be questions about whether that game will be played as the Terps were off this week due to COVID-19.