How to Watch Michigan State vs. Indiana (11/19/2022): Free Live Stream, TV Channel, Kick-off Time

One more win to get to a bowl.

That’s the situation Michigan State faces when it plays its final home game of the 2022 season against Indiana on Saturday. The Spartans will also bid farewell to their senior league as they attempt to win their third straight game and retain the Old Brass Spittoon.

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  • Who: Michigan State (5-5, 3-4) vs. Indiana (3-7, 1-6)
  • When: 12:01 p.m
  • Where: Spartan Stadium, East Lansing
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  • Last row: Michigan State -10.5

TV network: Big Ten Network (Cory Provus, Matt Millen, Elise Menaker)

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HOW TO HEAR

wireless network: Spartan Media Network

  • Affiliates: WJR-AM 760 Detroit; WJIM-AM 1240/WMMQ-FM 94.9 Lansing; 22 other Michigan-based affiliates listed on MSUSpartans.com
  • Live streaming: MSUSpartans.com | iPhone App | Android app
  • Satellite: Sirius Ch. 99; XM Ch. 196; SiriusXM.com Ch. 958

Five Must-Reads Before Kickoff:

* A bowl game for Michigan State in 2022 looked pretty unlikely after the Spartans started the season 2-4. But after three wins in their last four games, Michigan State is now one win away from qualifying for the postseason.

* Michigan State will bid farewell to its seniors in 2022 on Saturday. None was more important to the program than Xavier Henderson, the defender and leader, who reflected this week on his “long road” to Saturday.

* After a midseason swoon, Michigan State’s running game has started to improve in recent weeks. And that’s despite an offensive line that’s undermanned late in the season.

* The eight Michigan State defense attorneys who were suspended after the Michigan Stadium tunnel incident remained in limbo for the third straight week as the Washtenaw County prosecutor weighed criminal charges and the Big Ten awaited a prosecutor’s decision.

* The weather report calling for snow in East Lansing all weekend is among five things Matt Wenzel should keep an eye on ahead of the matchup.

State of Michigan

* Passing: Payton Thorne 191-302, 2,152 yards, 16 TD, 9 INT

* Rushing: Jalen Berger 120 carries, 550 yards, 6 TD

*Received: Jayden Reed 45 catches, 548 yards, 5 TD

* Tackles: Cal Haladay 99

* Sacks: Jacoby Windmon 5.5

* Interceptions: Windmon, Charles Brantley 1

Indiana

* Pass: Connor Bazelak 211-384, 2,111 yards, 12 TD, 9 INT

* Rushing: Shaun Shiver’s 114 carries, 419 yards, 4 TD

* Receiving: Cam Camper 46 catches, 569 yards, 2 TD

* Tackles: Aaron Casey 80

* Sacks: Dasan McCullough 4

* Interceptions: Tiawan Mullen 2

Saturday 19 Nov

Illinois near Michigan, noon (ABC)

Wisconsin in Nebraska, noon ET (ESPN)

Northwest at Purdue, noon (FS1)

Indiana, Michigan, Noon (BTN)

State of Ohio in Maryland, 3:30 p.m. (ABC)

Penn State at Rutgers, 3:30 p.m. (BTN)

Iowa in Minnesota, 4 p.m. ET (FOX)

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