AH TV: Hawkeyes Share What They Expect from MSU
IOWA CITY, Iowa – For the first time in more than two years, Iowa and Michigan State will line up on the football field Saturday night. The stakes are high. The No. 4 Hawkeyes (12-0) tangle with fifth-ranked MSU (11-1) in the Big Ten title game for a spot in the College Football Playoff.
The Spartans knocked off Iowa, 26-14, during the 2013 regular season. The teams have not been on each other’s schedule the last two seasons.
There are a lot of similarities between the programs, as you can watch Hawkeye Coach Kirk Ferentz and his players talk about as they preview this weekend’s showdown: