The Michigan State Spartans will face the Nebraska Cornhuskers at home as they look to improve to 4-1 and remain in the top 10.
No. 10 Michigan State already has a loss to No. 2 Oregon, but their national title hopes are still alive as they face No. 19 Nebraska at home.
The Spartans are coming off their second blowout win in a row with a 56-14 victory over Wyoming, and quarterback Connor Cook had limited action once again but threw two touchdown passes.
However, he and running back Jeremy Langford will inevitably play the entire game against a high-powered Nebraska offense. The Spartans offense ranks third in the country with 50.3 points per game.
The Cornhuskers rank sixth in the country with 45.4 points scored a game, and their rushing attack ranks third with 354.8 yards per game.
Heisman candidate Ameer Abdullah rushed for 208 yards and three touchdowns on 22 carries against Illinois, gaining more yards than quarterback Tommy Armstrong Jr.
Although the Cornhuskers are 5-0, the Spartans will be by far their biggest test of the season, and facing them on the road will make it even more difficult to win.
This will likely be a high-scoring game with two elite offenses facing off, but the Spartans will be hungry for a statement win after squandering their opportunity against Oregon.
Prediction: Michigan State 31, Nebraska 23