East Lansing officials say it's the biggest home game of the season. Michigan State University faces off against Notre Dame at 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. Parking officials, police and tailgaters say they'll be ready.
East Lansing police officers say they're stepping up the number of officers they normally have on duty. Michigan State University police say they're expecting 80,000 people in the area during game time.
Parking officials are planning to fill up all six parking garages and 400 metered parking spaces. The East Lansing parking administration is also teaming up with Students Against Drunk Driving to sell $10 all-day parking passes in the metered parking lots.
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