Michigan State vs. Northwestern Odds, Promo: Bet $10, Win $200 if Michigan State Scores a Touchdown!

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Michigan State football is back for the 2021 season! The Spartans will kick off the year with a conference matchup against Northwestern on Friday night.

Oddsmakers are predicting a competitive Week 1 game in Evanston. While the Spartans try to steal a win on the road, BetMGM wants to you to steal a win, too, with this no-brainer of a promo:

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When the Spartans played the Wildcats in 2020, they were able to pull off a 29-20 upset in East Lansing.

Michigan State’s offense will return all five of its starting linemen from 2020, while Northwestern lost some difference-makers from its 2020 defense, such as cornerback Greg Newsome II and linebacker Paddy Fischer.

It should be a good game, but the Spartans should find the end zone at Ryan Field at least once, which — thanks to BetMGM — is all you need to cash in.

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