How good can Michigan State be this year?

With Michigan State set to make its first bowl appearance since 2005, it’s hard to imagine any school with a history of success winning a major bowl game without a Heisman Trophy winner.

But the Spartans could surprise many.

Michigan State will likely be ranked in the top five in most of the preseason polls.

The Spartans, ranked No. 1 nationally, have an outstanding recruiting class with several of the nation’s top high school recruits, and they’re loaded on defense.

The Big Ten has the No. 2 recruiting class and the Big 12 is loaded with talent.

With that said, the Spartans have a tough road to climb to the top, particularly with a conference title game on the line.

But it won’t be easy.

Michigan State has won five conference titles, including a pair in the last six years, and the Wolverines are in the mix for a seventh title.

So, who are the Spartans expected to beat in their first bowl game?

The Big 12 and Big Ten both have teams that have a good chance at winning the national title.

If the Spartans can beat the Wolverings, Michigan State will be one of the favorites to win the Big Ten and win the conference championship.

If they lose, they’ll likely fall back down the rankings.

Michigan State won’t have to worry about having to overcome a lot of adversity this year, but the Spartans will have to beat Ohio State in Columbus and Wisconsin in Madison.

Ohio State is expected to be in the midst of a big overhaul and has lost a lot in recent years.

The Buckeyes will be without top pass rusher Noah Spence, but they also lost cornerback A.J. Johnson and defensive end Nick Nelson.

The Badgers have lost top corner Stephon Tuitt, cornerback Jalen Ramsey and safety J.T. Thomas.

The Wolverines have lost their starting running back, and it could be a major blow to their running game.

Michigan’s best chance at a Big Ten title could be Wisconsin, which has won two national championships in the past four years.

But with a top-10 defense, the Badgers might struggle to beat Michigan State this season.

Wisconsin is in the process of a massive overhaul, but it will still be a tough matchup.

Michigan won’t want to face a Wisconsin team that has lost key players from last season, such as defensive tackle David Yankey, and a Wisconsin defense that was ranked in ESPN’s Top 25 for the second straight season.

This season will be especially important for Michigan, because the Badger offense will need to improve significantly.

If Michigan can’t run the ball, the Wolverans will have a difficult time making plays.

Wisconsin will also have to deal with injuries, including running back LaDarius Perkins and receiver J.

J, who have both missed the past two games.

Wisconsin will also be without quarterback Mitch Trubisky.

It’s hard for Trubisk to win against Michigan State, because it’s not easy against the Spartans’ defense, which is ranked second nationally in scoring defense.

But Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook should be a big threat this year.

Cook threw for 4,053 yards and 14 touchdowns last season and averaged more than 6 yards per pass attempt.

Michigan will be missing its top pass-rusher and one of its best pass-catchers, so Cook could have a big role this season in the Badgin Bombers’ offense.

Wisconsin and Michigan State are expected to battle it out for the No, 4 overall seed in the Big 10.

The Huskies were expected to make it, but injuries and a lack of talent at quarterback led to the Spartans getting the top seed.

Ohio, Wisconsin and Ohio State are the top three teams in the polls, but both Iowa and Michigan are considered the favorites.

Ohio has the better record, and that should make the matchup easier for Ohio State, which should win the other four teams.

Iowa and Wisconsin have the two best defenses, so Michigan should have a tougher time against Ohio State.

The winner of the Iowa-Wisconsin matchup will face the winner of Wisconsin-Michigan.

The winners of the Wisconsin-Iowa and Wisconsin-Wisconsin matchups will meet in the Sweet 16, which means the Big East will be seeded in a number of ways.

Ohio and Michigan will meet twice in the next four years in the Peach Bowl, while the Spartans play in the Cotton Bowl.

The Spartans will face an Iowa team that was one of college football’s top defenses last season.

The Hawkeyes won the Big 20 Conference title and finished the regular season with a 12-1 record.

Iowa won 10 games and lost in the Rose Bowl, and now the Hawkeyes are expected on track to win at least one of their two conference championships.

Iowa’s offensive line is still in flux, so this could be the biggest challenge Iowa has faced this season, and this could also be a battle between two of the best offensive lines in college