Michigan State football finishes their tumultuous season with a blowout loss to Penn State.

On Sept. 1, Michigan State football’s season began, with hopes of getting back on track and making a bowl game with a brand-new quarterback. 

Two weeks into their campaign, things took a turn for the worst for Michigan State, and they would never fully recover. 

Now the season has come to a close in despicable fashion, as MSU finished their season losing to Penn State University at Ford Field, 42-0.

MSU men’s basketball hosted Alcorn State for an evening contest.

Michigan State men’s basketball took the floor again Sunday afternoon to host Alcorn State. The Spartans were looking for a win to close out the homestand, but they would have to do so without their leading scorer, graduate student guard Tyson Walker who was out with an illness. MSU took it in stride, however, and dominated the Braves for the win, 81-49.