Week 1 is finally here and Michigan State football is still figuring out its depth chart. What could it look like for the opener?
With fall camp officially in the books, it’s time to circle back on the projected depth chart for Week 1. Michigan State football opens the season at home against Central Michigan on Friday, Sept. 1.
It’s worth pointing out that these are merely projections from a guy who has no inside information. I’m simply using what I saw last year, what I’m hearing from interviews, and what MSU has put out on its social media accounts.
As we did in the spring, we’ll go by position and highlight the starters with key reserves.
Starters: Hank Pepper (long snapper), Jonathan Kim (kickoff specialist), Stephen Rusnak (placekicker), Michael O’Shaughnessy (punter)
Reserves: Ryan Eckley (punter), Yousef Obeid (kicker), Tark Ahmetbasic (kicker)
In the spring, I mentioned that this unit felt like a work in progress. Over the summer, a few new names appeared on the roster at kicker and punter. This remains a very underrated storyline as we approach the start of the season.
Right now, without knowing much about any of these options, this feels like a mess. Eckley returns after punting once last season to compete with Ohio State transfer Michael O’Shaughnessy. The former five-star prospect punted twice in his four seasons at Ohio State. Your guess is as good as mine when it comes to that competition.
At kicker, Jonathan Kim remains somewhat of a mystery. Mel Tucker did make a comment in camp about the strength of his leg. Whether that’s related to his place-kicking, or his kickoff talents remains unknown. Kim played at North Carolina for four seasons and only attempted one field goal (a miss). I think he’s easily the best option as the kickoff specialist. In the event of an emergency, he should be a serviceable backup that’s dressed every week for place-kicking duties. However, the addition of two true freshman kickers doesn’t exactly inspire confidence in either guy. I’d be stunned if either Obeid or Ahmetbasic wins the job. But after the kicking woes from 2022, Tucker and Ross Els should be looking anywhere and everywhere for better options.
Starters: Tunmise Adeleye, Avery Dunn, Simeon Barrow, Derrick Harmon
Reserves: Jalen Sami, Khris Bogle, Zion Young, Maverick Hansen, Dre Butler, Jarrett Jackson, Bai Jobe
The Spartans picked up Jalen Sami from Colorado as a transfer late in the process. His massive frame figures to be of use as a run stuffer up the middle.
On paper, this appears to be MSU’s deepest position. Scottie Hazelton will rotate bodies all season to utilize that depth and take advantage of certain matchups. Simeon Barrow, Derrick Harmon, Khris Bogle, and Maverick Hansen should provide solid production. But what can MSU get from the rest of these guys? Is there a younger player not listed here that is poised to crack that rotation? I have 10 guys listed. It wouldn’t surprise me to see that number grow to 12 if they like what they see from some underclassmen.
If there’s a criticism of this group, it’s that they don’t have a dominant pass rusher on the edge. Dunn, Young, and Adeleye certainly possess that potential. But the emergence of a guy who can consistently get to the quarterback will help determine just how good this group can be.
Starters: Cal Haladay, Jacoby Windmon, Darius Snow
Reserves: Aaron Brule, Ma’a Gaoteote, Jordan Hall
While there are no changes to the projected starters, it’s worth commenting on Darius Snow. While minimal injury updates have been provided, it’s not a guarantee that Snow is ready for Week 1. His status could open the door for a younger player to see more snaps early.
The name that you keep hearing about is true freshman Jordan Hall. A four-star recruit and an Under Armour All-American, Hall’s talents go beyond what he shows on the field. All indications are that he’s a tremendous leader and also possesses that “it” factor. Even though he’s a true freshman, he just might be good enough to force his way onto the field from day one. Given how strong Michigan State football is with Cal Haladay, Jacoby Windmon, and Snow, the fact that Hall is even in consideration for playing time is a testament to his talent.
Starters: Chester Kimbrough, Dillon Tatum, Jaden Mangham, Malik Spencer
Reserves: Angelo Grose, Marqui Lowery, Charles Brantley, Semar Melvin, Justin White, Armorion Smith, Terry Roberts, Caleb Coley, Khary Crump
Reading some comments from coaches, it’s clear MSU really likes their trio of sophomores in the secondary. In an ideal world, Dillon Tatum, Jaden Mangham, and Malik Spencer continue to improve and see the majority of snaps this season. But even if that’s the case, the Spartans are going to need more contributions from their reserves to improve this unit.
We’ll see if anyone can be consistent enough to hold down that starting corner spot opposite Tatum. MSU knows what it has with Angelo Grose, Chester Kimbrough, and Charles Brantley. Transfers Armorion Smith, Semar Melvin, and Terry Roberts certainly have experience. Maybe it really clicks for one of those veterans in this new scheme. Maybe a younger player like Caleb Coley improves rapidly and forces his way onto the field.
Personally, I’m fascinated to see how this shakes out. I would expect MSU to use a lot of different combinations early on to see what they have and what works well together. The secondary is supposed to be Tucker’s area of expertise. We’ll see if he can finally find a rotation that can slow down opposing quarterbacks.
Starters: Nick Samac (center), J.D. Duplain (guard), Geno VanDeMark (guard), Spencer Brown (tackle), Brandon Baldwin (tackle)
Reserves: Keyshawn Blackstock, Gavin Broscious, Kevin Wigenton, Dallas Fincher, Ethan Boyd
For a position group that is typically difficult to project, this seems fairly straightforward.
Nick Samac has missed time during camp with an injury. But if he’s good to go by Sept. 1, Samac, JD Duplain, and Spencer Brown will all be starters. Geno VanDeMark and Brandon Baldwin grabbed starting jobs late last year, and figure to be heavily in the mix again this year.
The great unknown with offensive linemen is development. It’s often said that the biggest change physically for college athletes comes during that first offseason on campus. For Michigan State, there are six redshirt freshmen and two redshirt sophomores on the roster. It’s entirely possible one of those guys took a massive step forward and into the rotation. Unfortunately, we probably won’t know who that is until halftime against Central Michigan.
For now, I think MSU can go about eight or nine deep on the offensive line.
Starter: Maliq Carr
Reserves: Tyneil Hopper, Jaylan Franklin, Ademola Falaye
Tight end coach Ted Gilmore offered some interesting comments regarding Maliq Carr earlier this week. Speaking with Chris Solari of the Detroit Free Press, Gilmore stated that Maliq “is at a point where he’s truly embracing that he’s a tight end and everything that comes along with that.” It’s no secret that the coaching staff had questions about Carr’s ability to be a consistent blocker. It’s why he fell out of the rotation last season. It’s why they pursued three tight ends from the transfer portal that are strong in that department. We’ll see if Gilmore’s comments hold true when the rubber meets the road on Sept. 1.
Of the reserves listed, it sounds like Boise State transfer Tyneil Hopper is next in line behind Carr. In the same interview, Gilmore was complimentary of his play over the past two weeks in camp.
Starters: Tre Mosley, Montorie Foster, Alante Brown
Reserves: Christian Fitzpatrick, Tyrell Henry, Jaron Glover, Antonio Gates Jr.
I mentioned in the spring that this felt like a position where MSU might add a transfer. They went out and signed former Nebraska receiver Alante Brown. In 30 games for the Huskers, Brown caught 22 passes while also returning 16 kicks. His versatility and experience put him squarely in the mix to be involved in a passing attack that is looking for playmakers.
To put it nicely, this group has a lot to prove.
Similar to the secondary, I expect to see a large rotation of receivers early in the season. If Michigan State’s passing game is to evolve into a strength, it’s because one or two of the reserves listed elevate their game. It’s nothing against the starters, but we’ve seen them excel in complementary roles behind star receivers like Jayden Reed and Keon Coleman. The good news is that there is talent. Jay Johnson has got to find a way to maximize that talent with some of his young pass-catchers.
Starter: Nathan Carter
Reserves: Jalen Berger, Jaren Mangham, Jordon Simmons, Davion Primm
It’s been hinted at more than once in the media sessions. It’s impossible to ignore the clips shared on social media. Nathan Carter is the most talented running back on this team. Does he do enough of the little things to be the starter? We’ll see. The UConn transfer showed terrific quickness and burst in his first four games with the Huskies last season. When you consider that he’s averaged over five yards per carry at UConn, it’s intriguing to imagine what he could do at a school like Michigan State. Carter forced his way onto the field as a true freshman in 2021 and will definitely do the same in 2023.
Michigan State football returns its leading rusher from 2022 in Jalen Berger. He will remain a consistent, disciplined option between the tackles and in short-yardage situations. But if MSU is going to hit some home runs in the running game, it’s going to be with Carter. Speaking of home runs, don’t sleep on Jordon Simmons or Jaren Mangham either. They’ve cracked a couple of long runs in their careers and are capable veterans waiting for opportunities.
Starter: Noah Kim
Reserve: Katin Houser, Sam Leavitt
I remain confident that Noah Kim will be the starting quarterback for Michigan State on Sept. 1. Whether that means he is the definitive starter remains to be seen. In other words, I think Kiim will be the guy to take the first snap. But that doesn’t mean the job is his. I fully expect the staff to mix in both quarterbacks during the first two weeks. Neither player has legit game experience. My guess is the coaching staff wants to get a look at both guys in a game setting. Practice can’t be the end of the evaluation.
But I do think that Kim will prove to be MSU’s best option at the position.
The fact that Kim is still at MSU is noteworthy. He was not a Tucker recruit. If the current coaching staff didn’t see a path forward with him, I think that would have been communicated. Instead, he served as the primary backup last season. When he did get in the game, he looked confident and prepared. Even if Payton Thorne had returned to Michigan State football this fall, the staff was going to make this an open competition. That should be an indication of how they feel about both players.
The deciding factor for me is Kim’s rushing ability. This figures to be an offense that wants to lean heavily on the ground game. If Johnson can do part of that with his quarterback, it can open up more options in the playbook. Additionally, with a young receiving group, there could be instances where the receivers struggle to gain separation. In that scenario, you want someone back there who has the ability to take off to get something out of a broken play. Tucker described Kim as one of the “20 fastest kids on the team” at Big Ten media days. For now, that should give him a slight edge over the promising redshirt freshman.
Weekly college football viewing guide: What to watch in Week 4
What should you be watching this weekend?
While you can watch Michigan State vs. Maryland, here’s what else is on the intriguing college football slate in Week 4.
If you’ve got plans this weekend, start working on your fake cough and sick voice. This is a weekend of college football that dreams are made of. We have six Top 25 matchups on tap in addition to a number of other interesting games. This is a weekend that requires more than one TV. If that’s not an option, head to the bar. Savor this weekend. This is what we live for.
Here’s how to plan your weekend.
Friday, Sept. 22
- Wisconsin at Purdue – 7 p.m. ET on FS1
A rare Big Ten conference game gets the weekend started in West Lafayette. The Boilermakers haven’t been that impressive this season, but neither has Wisconsin. We keep waiting for Wisconsin’s offense to find a rhythm, but it might be time to consider this being who they are. Wisconsin has beaten Purdue sixteen times in a row. Can they end that drought on Friday?
Saturday, Sept. 23
- Florida State at Clemson – 12 p.m. ET on ABC
- Rutgers at Michigan – 12 p.m. ET on Big Ten Network
- Oklahoma at Cincinnati – 12 p.m. ET on FOX
- Auburn at Texas A&M – 12 p.m. ET on ESPN
The day gets started with a solid slate of games at noon that is headlined by the potential college football game of the year in the ACC. Florida State travels to Clemson as a short road favorite. In their biggest games of the year to date, these teams could not have looked further apart. Florida State looked awesome in their dismantling of LSU while Clemson fumbled their way to an embarrassing 28-7 loss at Duke. It feels far too easy to say that Florida State rolls here. Clemson – despite their deficiencies – is still a proud program with enough talent to win this game.
Michigan faces its toughest test of the season so far at home against an upstart Rutgers team. I’m skeptical that Rutgers can score enough (at all?) to keep this interesting. At the very least, this should give us an idea if Michigan’s struggles in the running game are a legitimate concern or if they’ve been holding things back.
Cincinnati makes its Big 12 debut at home against Oklahoma. The Sooners have looked great so far this year, but this is a tricky spot on the road against the Bearcats who are coming off an embarrassing home loss to Miami (OH).
Keep an eye on this game in College Station. Last year, Auburn celebrated their win against the Aggies like they had won the SEC. Now, the Aggies get them at home with an offense that looks much improved from a year ago.
- Maryland at Michigan State – 3:30 p.m. ET on NBC
- Colorado at Oregon – 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC
- UCLA at Utah – 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX
- Ole Miss at Alabama – 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS
- BYU at Kansas – 3:30 p.m. ET on ESPN
The afternoon gets going with Maryland visiting East Lansing in the Big Ten opener for both teams. MSU looked like a dead team walking against Washington. For Maryland, this year presents a real opportunity in the Big Ten East. So far, Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State haven’t been as advertised. Don’t rule out the Terps as a spoiler in this conference. We’ll learn what is real and not real about them against Michigan State.
The Deion Sanders show hits the road in Eugene against Oregon. It feels like the world is expecting an Oregon route, but the Buffaloes have done nothing but prove the doubters wrong this season. The injury to Travis Hunter sucks for college football. But with Shedeur Sanders, Colorado always has a chance.
The movement in the point spread would indicate that Cam Rising will be back for Utah. The Utes desperately need him. For UCLA, it looks like they are handing the reins to five-star freshman Dante Moore. That is best for them in the long term. This weekend could present some growing pains. Rice-Eccles Stadium is one of the best home-field advantages in the sport.
Is the Alabama dynasty finished? Is Nick Saban’s protégé Lane Kiffin really going to be the one to put the final nail in the coffin? This is a fascinating matchup in the SEC that should answer those questions. It’s foolish to doubt Nick Saban and Alabama, but something just feels off this year.
Don’t forget about Kansas. The Jayhawks are 3-0 and host BYU in their first game in the Big 12. Kansas remains a long shot to win the league. But the Jayhawks have a dynamic quarterback and a high-powered offense. It’s college football. Crazy things can happen.
- Arkansas at LSU – 7 p.m. ET on ESPN
- Oregon State at Washington State – 7 p.m. ET on FOX
- Texas at Baylor – 7:30 p.m. ET on ABC
- Ohio State at Notre Dame – 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC
- Iowa at Penn State – 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS
If you’re going out on Saturday night, make sure there are TVs wherever you go. Things get started with LSU hosting Arkansas. It feels like people have sort of written off LSU as a national championship contender after their loss. They are still very much alive. Arkansas has a history of playing the Tigers tough in Baton Rouge.
Out west, we have what could be the most underrated game of the day. Oregon State has looked phenomenal early this season. Washington State came onto the radar after beating Wisconsin. This is a tough test for the Beavers in a stadium that while small, still presents a great home-field advantage.
Texas was the talk of college football after upsetting Alabama in week two. But after seeing Alabama last week, do we have to re-evaluate the Longhorns? This game is being overshadowed by the rest of the great games on Saturday. Baylor has really struggled offensively this year. Everyone will have Texas winning easily. Circle this one.
The best game of the weekend is in South Bend. Ohio State and Notre Dame face off for the second year in a row. Regardless of the outcome, seeing Ohio State’s helmets under the lights in Notre Dame Stadium in a top-10 matchup is just beautiful. We’ll find out if Ohio State’s struggles are overblown or legitimately concerning. Notre Dame has the defense and running game to win.
If you’re somebody who loves defense, turn on CBS. Penn State and Iowa get together in one of my personal favorite Big Ten matchups. This game is even more fun because this will be the “white out” game for Penn State. While the Nittany Lion offense has been sluggish, their defense is elite. You know you’re going to get good defense and special teams from Iowa. Cade McNamara doesn’t look healthy to me, and that’s a problem against this defense. Iowa is on shutout alert.
- USC at Arizona State – 10:30 p.m. ET on FOX
- Cal at Washington – 10:30 p.m. ET on ESPN
It’s a shame that this glorious day of college football doesn’t give us one appealing matchup in the late-night spot. USC and Washington are heavy favorites against these conference bottom-feeders. Arizona State may be without as many as ten starters with their third-string quarterback going against Caleb Williams. This one could be a bloodbath.
While Washington looked invincible against Michigan State, nobody has been better in this spot than Justin Wilcox. The Bears have shown the ability to make these games ugly with their defense. Can they do enough to hang around and make this worth staying up for? Probably not. But what else are you going to do? Go to bed? Enjoy the day. This one is special.
Michigan State football: 3 fearless predictions vs. Maryland
Let’s hope the Washington loss was an outlier.
Michigan State football will host unbeaten Maryland on Saturday afternoon looking to bounce back from the Washington debacle.
What a disaster this season has been thus far for Michigan State football. While the obvious negative storyline involves Mel Tucker, there’s an underlying issue that hasn’t been talked about enough: injuries. It feels like that’s the theme of the program every single year.
Michigan State has been bitten by the injury bug yet again — and twice as hard.
The ailing Spartans, who could be without over a dozen players on Saturday, will host an undefeated Maryland team trying to improve to 4-0 behind the arm of Taulia Tagovailoa. The Spartans need to get after him early and often — something they couldn’t do against Michael Penix Jr.
This game is important for Michigan State if it wants to have a chance at a bowl berth this season.
To celebrate homecoming weekend, here are three of my most fearless predictions for the crucial game.
1. Nathan Carter rushes for 100 yards again
Through two Michigan State football games, Nathan Carter looked like a superstar. He had back-to-back 100-yard games to open his Spartan career and he looked like the clear top player on offense. But the offensive line has done him no favors.
Need proof? Just look at the Washington game. He had no running lanes and was hit in the backfield a ton which was disappointing to see. The offensive line was supposed to be a strength this year.
I think we’ll see the offense design more runs to mask these issues in the trenches. Carter will have more runs designed to utilize his speed and elusiveness around the edge and I think he’s going to take full advantage with another 100-yard performance. This will mark three 100-yard games in his first four outings as a Spartan.
Carter’s final line with be 20 carries for 127 yards and a touchdown.
2. Jordan Hall records 10 tackles
If you’ve read up on the (few) bright spots from Michigan State’s loss to Washington, you’d know that Jordan Hall was one of them. The freshman linebacker looks like a budding star through three games. In fact, he’s rated as the Big Ten’s 10th-best linebacker this year and the nation’s No. 8 linebacker in terms of pass coverage. Not too shabby for a true freshman.
Hall is going to have a big game on Saturday against Maryland.
While he has just nine total tackles this season, he’s only played a small percentage of defensive snaps. We’re going to see a healthy dose of Hall on Saturday afternoon as he surpasses his season total for tackles in one game. He’ll even finish with two tackles for loss and 0.5 sacks.
This could be the start of a special career in East Lansing for Hall.
3. Katin Houser engineers a comeback
Last week was a rough one for Noah Kim. The veteran quarterback struggled mightily against a defense that had been mediocre through the first two weeks of the season against inferior opponents and a lot had to do with the offensive line struggling. I think that continues this week as he will get off to a quick start, but stall out through the end of the first quarter and the second quarter.
After halftime, he’ll take the field as the starter once again, but he’ll turn the ball over on the first drive and then go three-and-out on the second possession. Harlon Barnett will make the call to put Katin Houser in the game.
Down 20-10 in the second quarter, Houser will breathe some new life into the offense, but he, too, will be running for his life thanks to offensive line struggles. Houser will throw a touchdown pass and lead two more scoring drives to put Michigan State up 23-20. I have a feeling Maryland wins this one, but the Houser magic will have us believing again.
Michigan State holds on to win 23-20 and Houser’s solid player opens up the QB1 job again.
Spartan Shadows staff Week 4 college football picks against the spread
Who ya got?
It’s Week 4 in college football and that means it’s time for the weekly Spartan Shadows staff pick ’em. Who are we picking?
Hey, Spartan Shadows fans, Week 3 of college football has come and gone. We had some entertaining games, some surprising upsets, and then some games that just surprisingly upset us (*cough* MSU *cough*). Now that most everyone’s non-conference schedule has wrapped up, it’s time to get into conference play.
This should give us some more entertaining games each week to dive into.
But before we do that, let’s check out the results of the Week 3 college football games.
Week 3 results
Here’s how the picks went last week:
- No. 14 LSU at Mississippi State — Line: LSU -9.5; Result: LSU cover
- No. 15 Kansas State at Missouri — Line: Kansas State -5; Result: Missouri cover
- Minnesota at No. 20 North Carolina — Line: UNC -7.5; Result: North Carolina cover
- Virginia Tech at Rutgers — Line: Rutgers -6.5; Result: Rutgers cover
- South Carolina at No. 1 Georgia — Line: Georgia -27.5; Result: South Carolina cover
- No. 11 Tennessee at Florida — Line: Tennessee -6.5; Result: Florida cover
- Bowling Green at No. 2 Michigan — Line: Michigan -40.5; Result: Bowling Green cover
- Syracuse at Purdue — Line: Syracuse -2.5; Result: Syracuse cover
- Pittsburgh at West Virginia — Line: Pitt -1; Result: West Virginia cover
- No. 8 Washington at Michigan State — Line: Washington -16.5; Result: Washington cover
For the staff picks recap: I first will have no official comment on our MSU game picks.
As far as the rest of the weekend goes, our fearless leader Connor Muldowney had a strong showing, going 7-3 overall. HopMan and MSUrecruits also went strong at 6-4. Myself and Daily hitting the .500 mark is a good sign as well. In the sports betting world, .500 is good. On the other end of the pick train, we had Max going a rough 2-8 after starting the season out hot and then Anthony and Joey going 3-7. Emmett also went 4-6 to close out our picks.
Anthony and I have a little side competition going between us and it looks like the pressure of the Cane’s Box Bet may be getting to him a bit. Look for him to have a strong week this week to make up for it.
Updated standings after Week 3
- HopMan: 18-12
- (Tie) Connor and Emmett: 17-13
- (Tie) MSUrecruits and Max: 16-14
- Chris: 15-15
- Daily: 14-16
- (Tie) Joey and Anthony: 13-17
Week 4 college football games
Disclaimer: All lines are as of 11:00 a.m. ET on Wednesday, Sept. 20 from the ESPN app and Caesars Sportsbook.
- Wisconsin at Purdue — Friday at 7 p.m. ET on FS1 (Line: Wisconsin -6)
- Rutgers at No. 2 Michigan — Saturday at 12 p.m. ET on BTN (Line: Michigan -24)
- No. 4 Florida State at Clemson — Saturday at 12 p.m. ET on ABC (Line: FSU -2.5)
Hop: Florida State
Emmett: Florida State
MSUrecruits: Florida State
Max: Florida State
Chris: Florida State
Daily: Florida State
Anthony: Florida State
- No. 19 Colorado at No. 10 Oregon — Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on ABC (Line: Oregon -21)
- No. 22 UCLA at No. 11 Utah — Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on FOX (Line: Utah -4.5)
- No. 15 Ole Miss at No. 13 Alabama — Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS (Line: Alabama -7)
Hop: Ole Miss
MSUrecruits: Ole Miss
Max: Ole Miss
Chris: Ole Miss
Joey: Ole Miss
Anthony: Ole Miss
- No. 13 Oregon State at No. 21 Washington State — Saturday at 7 p.m. ET on FOX (Line: Oregon State -3)
Hop: Oregon State
Connor: Washington State
Emmett: Washington State
MSUrecruits: Oregon State
Max: Oregon State
Chris: Washington State
Daily: Washington State
Joey: Washington State
Anthony: Oregon State
- No. 6 Ohio State at No. 9 Notre Dame — Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on NBC (Line: OSU -3)
Hop: Ohio State
Connor: Notre Dame
Emmett: Ohio State
MSUrecruits: Notre Dame
Max: Notre Dame
Chris: Ohio State
Daily: Notre Dame
Joey: Ohio State
Anthony: Notre Dame
- No. 24 Iowa at No. 7 Penn State — Saturday at 7:30 p.m. ET on CBS (Line: PSU -15)
Connor: Penn State
Max: Penn State
Chris: Penn State
Daily: Penn State
Anthony: Penn State
- Maryland at Michigan State — Saturday at 3:30 p.m. ET on NBC (Line: Maryland -7.5)
Connor: Michigan State
Chris: Michigan State
Joey: Michigan State
Anthony: Michigan State
There you have it folks. The picks are in. Looks like the staff is heavily favoring Wisconsin and Florida State so you should probably place bets for Purdue and Clemson accordingly. All joking aside, this is an excellent slate of college football games this week so enjoy it, folks.
Also, please try to come out Saturday to Spartan Stadium if you’re in the area. The players still need all the support they can get. Go Green.
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