More Game Predictions on NU at MSU

More Game Predictions on NU at MSU

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More Game Predictions on NU at MSU

There is never enough information from The Experts. We’re scouring the digital space for as many predictions on Michigan State’s important game against Northwestern this Saturday at Spartan Stadium. The Detroit Newspaper Experts are among the most important, of course….

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As important as it is to find the perspectives and predictions related to Michigan State’s games from week to week for the purposes of calming our anxieties and giving us all reasons to think that the weekend will be enjoyable, there are plenty of folks who need The Experts to guide them in their efforts to fill their coffers with wagering earnings.

On top of the importance of finding the guidance so that the wagerers are fully equipped to make good decisions, no gathering of Expert analysis, perspective, and predictions is ever complete without the opinions of the Detroit Newspaper People.

The Detroit Newspaper People were all very accurate back in the early 1990s when they all said that Detroit was well on its way to experiencing a major Renaissance and returning to the status of “Major and Important American Metropolis.”

That one project that has received a lot of well-deserved attention that has led to something like 150 new street light lamp posts being erected along a lot of Detroit streets speaks for itself.

And someone told me that a good new restaurant opened up not too long ago somewhere close to the aptly named Renaissance Center.

And while it’s been far too long since Mitch Albom provided us all with wisdom related to the greatness of The Fab Five, I think I saw that he recently penned a piece that touted Detroit’s entrepreneurial spirit due to the launch of a startup company focused on the booming Detroit real estate market and how that startup that has hired two new social media managers.

But what do the Detroit Newspaper People think about Saturday’s Northwestern at Michigan State Homecoming game?

Let’s see what they think…….

You’re welcome.

(We like you a lot, Wojo – just don’t tell anyone since we have a rep to uphold.)

Detroit News predictions: Michigan State vs. Northwestern

Bob Wojnowski, Angelique S. Chengelis and Matt Charboneau preview the UM-Maryland and MSU-Northwestern games this weekend. The Detroit News, The Detroit News

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 vs. Northwestern game at Spartan Stadium in East Lansing (noon, FS1/760 AM).

Matt Charboneau: Michigan State is still searching on offense and that search continues against a team that has won in its last two trips to Spartan Stadium and has won three of four in the series. How much giving up a 17-point lead last week will affect Northwestern remains to be seen. But with the way the Spartans have had trouble putting teams away, expect this one to be close. Michigan State, 27-20

Angelique S. Chengelis: Northwestern had a 17-point lead early on Michigan a week ago, and once the Wolverines made adjustments, the Wildcats were shut down. This could be close for a half, but Michigan State will take over. The Spartans have some key injuries and MSU quarterback Brian Lewerke has been shouldering much of the responsibility, and he will be rewarded against the Wildcats. Michigan State, 28-10

John Niyo: The Spartans’ injuries are a big reason they’ve struggled so much offensively. And the loss of Cody White isn’t going to make life any easier, especially against a stubborn Northwestern team that has won its last four Big Ten road games and doesn’t beat itself. Michigan State, 27-21

Bob Wojnowski: The Wildcats struggle to run the ball, and the Spartans have the top run defense in the country. Hmm. Looks like you can expect Clayton Thorson to throw a ton, and Michigan State’s secondary is vulnerable. But the Spartans can pressure the quarterback, and they’ll have ample opportunity to do so. Brian Lewerke needs to cut down on turnovers, or this could be another close, crazy one. Northwestern has won three of the last four in the series and will hang around here. Michigan State, 24-17

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