Michigan State Spartans have scheduled a home-and-home with Oregon in 2014 and 2015.
Spartans football will play at Oregon in 2014 and in Spartan Stadium in 2015.Replaces WVU due to their transition to Big 12.— Mark Hollis (@MSUAD) March 20, 2012
Oregon finished fifth in the final BCS standings last season, while Michigan State ranked 17th. Since Mark Dantonio took over in 2006, Michigan State has compiled a 44-21 record. In 2010, Dantonio led Michigan State to a share of the Big Ten Championship with a 7-1 record-- the Spartans first Big Ten Championship in over 20 years.
Based on their improvement on the field, Michigan State has scheduled some tough non-conference opponents in the upcoming seasons. Via Hollis:
In upcoming years Spartans will host Oregon, Notre Dame, Alabama, Boise State, Miami (Fla). Celebrate the State games for Michigan economy.— Mark Hollis (@MSUAD) March 20, 2012
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