The MSU Spartan football team are now 2-0 after crushing Youngstown State on Saturday. They are yet to be ranked, but with a big win in Miami over the U, they would be.
This is a new team with many new qualified players. Like I said last week, this team is not going to be over-excited about me. It could be a strong team in the process, but let’s not put the cart before the horse.
It’s a very different team with all the new players from all over the country. Head coach Mel Tucker has done a masterful job combing through the transfer portal for nearly 40 new players. This team must continue to grow and merge into a new team. The other coordinators and coaches are also responsible for putting MSU Football on the map.
This week, the Spartans will travel to South Florida, and a win there would be high profile. There are so many great high school players in this part of the country. They will need a nice demonstration.
Quarterback Peyton Thorne has done a good job and he will get better. MSU finally has depth too. Mel Tucker seems to be a very demanding trainer. I really like that.
The million dollar question is: How good is this year’s MSU football team? Did they just have easy first two weeks, or are they really as good as they look?