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Matt Charboneau: Michigan State's offense will be looking to regain some of its swagger and it couldn't come against a better opponent than Rutgers, which is allowing 427.8 yards and 28.8 points a game. It's a formula that should result in the Spartans getting one step closer to another double-digit win season. Michigan State 41-24

Angelique S. Chengelis: Michigan State might not be in the national playoff picture, but the Spartans have a shot at playing in one of the top-tier bowls, which would build on their recent success. With that in mind, the Spartans won't let up these final two games. Michigan State will focus on rattling Rutgers QB Gary Nova. Michigan State 31-10

Bob Wojnowski: The Spartans have become very good at taking care of tedious business, and that means hammering outmanned opponents. Rutgers is adept at sacking the quarterback, but on senior day, I can't imagine Michigan State letting down. The Spartans still can finish 10-2 and land in a major bowl, and their offense should end up the most prolific in school history. Michigan State 38-10

John Niyo: Another field day for Michigan State's running game — and that offensive line — will send Jeremy Langford out in style at Spartan Stadium. Michigan State 41-17