Maybe a victory vs. Purdue might be in the cards.
I have seen parts of 2 Purdue games this year. They play so fast and sub so many player they sometimes look like chickens with their heads cut off.
Everybody showing maximum effort without any apparent reason. (Of course I usually have the same thoughts when I watch MSU.)
Anyway, IT (the subbing and max. hustle with ultra fast play) seems to work in the long run for both teams.
BUT, in the short term upsets happen. Particularly on the road or neutral sites.
So, yeah, I think we can beat them at home. Too bad we will not have the students. No conspiracy…just bad luck.