Even More Experts On CMU at MSU

Even More Experts On CMU at MSU

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Even More Experts On CMU at MSU

More of The Experts have offered their wisdom, their experience, their words, and their brains in their attempts to provide guidance and perspective related to Michigan State’s Saturday afternoon matchup with Central Michigan at Spartan Stadium.

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We like to take in as much information from The Experts as we can.

There are, of course, so many Experts and they all are important.

They’re very smart and since they know how to write articles about sports, that, of course, means that they know who’s going to win the sports games that are being played.

We, with all humility, are the most expert of The Experts, naturally.

We’ve provided our game analysis and prediction for Michigan State’s Saturday afternoon game against Central Michigan in East Lansing – here’s a link –

https://spartanswire.com/2018/09/27/central-michigan-at-michigan-state-game-prediction/

Now, we’re sharing opinions from more of The Experts below.

It looks, more and more, like we’re totally in compliance with the overriding consensus – Michigan State fans are in for a comfortable afternoon, for once.

This time, we’ve aggregated The Experts from The Detroit News for you to check in with….

Detroit News predictions: Michigan State vs. Central Michigan

Matt Charboneau, Angelique S. Chengelis, John Niyo and Bob Wojnowski of The Detroit News offer their predictions on the outcome of Saturday’s Michigan State-Central Michigan game at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing. (noon, FS1/760 AM).

Matt Charboneau: The Spartans are back home for the first time since the season opener with an offense that is still struggling to find a rhythm. Facing Central Michigan might be exactly what is necessary considering the Chippewas have just one win over an FCS school and rank near the bottom in the nation in several major offensive categories. It might not signal a dramatic turnaround, but expect the Spartans to win their final non-conference game handily. Michigan State, 38-10

Angelique S. Chengelis: It’s not that I don’t respect CMU, but the Spartans simply have more. Of everything. Yes, you can wonder about the Spartans’ offense and putting too much in Brian Lewerke, but the CMU defense has plenty of holes. Michigan State’s stingy defense isn’t giving an inch in the run but can the Chips do enough in the pass game? Michigan State, 35-3

John Niyo: Michigan State’s overdue for an early kickoff and a comfortable win, and this game certainly is an opportunity on both counts. Central Michigan’s defense could make things interesting for a half, but a few big plays from Brian Lewerke and that receiving corps should open things up. The fewer punts, the better off the Spartans will be, though. Michigan State, 34-17

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