Conveniently located in the heart of campus, join the crowd on game day at sprawling Spartan Stadium for a Big Ten battle or gritty non-conference showdown. Our stock of Michigan State football tickets offers a vast array of seats to get you right in on the action all season long.
Make it a great college football season by acquiring Michigan State Spartans football tickets today. The team that always fills the 75,000 seats on the Spartan Stadium seating chart will be competing hard to get back to a bowl game at the end of the season. If you are already in possession of some Michigan State football tickets, consider yourself lucky! For those people not so fortunate, Vivid Seats is glad to offer an impressive array of choices for Spartans football tickets this season.
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Michigan State Spartans Bowl Game Tickets
As the season plays out its final act, Michigan State Spartans fans will expect to see their team in a bowl game. If so, you can be sure that Vivid Seats will be offering the finest bowl game tickets around, as our inventory will be stocked with great Outback Bowl tickets, Capital One Bowl tickets, and more.
Spartans Challenging Running Backs to Replace Bell
The Michigan State Spartans finished with a 7-6 record in 2012, but they’re hoping that the momentum from their come-from-behind, 17-16, win over the TCU Horned Frogs in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl will carry into 2013. For that to happen, Michigan State will need to replace the production of RB Le’Veon Bell, who’s off to the NFL after averaging nearly 138 yards on the ground last year and notching 12 touchdowns. Sophomore RB Nick Hill is the No. 1 option this spring, having amassed 48 yards and a touchdown on 21 attempts in 2012, but junior Jeremy Langford and redshirt freshman Nick Tompkins will certainly give him a run for his money. Many are looking to Tompkins, who was highly lauded coming out of high school, to put the most heat on Hill, and head coach Mark Dantonio feels that all three have the talent to start, so it will be interesting to see who QB Andrew Maxwell is handing the ball to when the season starts.
The Spartans’ will begin the year in East Lansing, Mich., where over 75,000 fans will gather inside Spartan Stadium to witness an in-state battle against the Western Michigan Broncos on Aug. 30. A peek at the 2013 Michigan State football schedule reveals incredible games all season long, as the team will travel to South Bend, Ind., to take on the Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Sept. 21), and then the road to the Big Ten Championship begins when the Spartans take on the Iowa Hawkeyes on Oct. 5. From there, fans that purchase Michigan State football tickets will still have plenty of marquee matchups to attend, including a home showdown with the Michigan Wolverines for the Paul Bunyan–Governor of Michigan Trophy (Nov. 2), and road games against the Nebraska Cornhuskers (Nov. 16) and Northwestern Wildcats (Nov. 23).