EAST LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – The Big Ten has released the 2023 football schedule and Michigan State has been given a Prime Time game in November. They will travel to Columbus on Saturday, Nov. 11 to face the Buckeyes at 7:30 p.m. on NBC.

This is the fourth all-time meeting between the two teams at night. They last played in Prime Time in the Big Ten Championship game in 2013 and the regular season of 2019 at Ohio State and 2014 in East Lansing.

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MSU’s first four games will be at home as they play Central Michigan (Sept. 1), Richmond (Sept. 9), Washington (Sept. 16), and Maryland (Sept. 23) to open Big Ten play. September 23 will be homecoming in East Lansing. After those first four games at home, they only have three other dates at home on Oct. 21 vs. Michigan, Nov. 4 against Nebraska, and Nov. 25 vs. Penn State.

They will have games on the road at Iowa (Sept. 30), Rutgers (Oct. 14), Ohio State (Nov. 11), and Indiana (Nov. 18). Their bye week is on Oct. 7 after they face Iowa on the road.