Michigan State's 2014 Big Ten conference football schedule seems like a pretty good deal for the Spartans at first glance. Ticket holders should love three of the home games against Nebraska, Michigan and Ohio State with a bye week thrown in between the last two. The Eastern Division is tough but playing those games at home gives MSU a better chance to win, right?
MSU plays Michigan in East Lansing each of the next two seasons. That won't sit well with some in Ann Arbor for sure. MSU has 2014 road games at Purdue, Indiana, Maryland and Penn State, certainly a manageable lot. The 2015 schedule will be released June 1st and it should be the same, but with sites switched and road games at the aforementioned big three will present big challenges. But then who knows what the Big Ten football world will look like in 2014 right?