The Michigan State Spartans have consistently positioned themselves as one of the better college football programs in the country. In their history, they have played over 20 bowl games including a handful of appearances in the historic Rose Bowl. The success of the Spartans has raised expectations with the fan base and they are held to a high standard that less than 10 wins is considered a disappointment
Michigan State competed against the UCLA Bruins in the 1956 Rose Bowl played in Pasadena, California at the historic Rose Bowl in front of nearly 101,000 fans. Even though the Spartans lost, the TV ratings for the game are still one of the most watched college bowl games of all-time. Michigan State played in the Rose Bowl again in 2014 and defeated the Stanford Cardinal to finish their season ranked in the top 5.
Michigan State fans are very loyal and love to travel to see their favorite team play. Whether it be the Capital One Bowl in Orlando, Florida or the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California in front of 100,000 fans, Michigan State fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Michigan State Spartans Bowl Game tickets.
Michigan State Spartans Recent Bowl Game History
The matchup between the No.3 Michigan State Spartans and No. 2 Alabama Crimson Tide was a highly anticipated in the Cotton Bowl. The 2015 Cotton Bowl was a CFP Semifinal game. The Spartans had just came off of a Big Ten Championship win and was hoping to appear in the CFP Championship. In the end, Alabama earned the win resulting in Michigan State’s first and only win of the 2015 season. The average ticket price was $252, an increase of $114 dollars compared to the 2014 Cotton Bowl between Michigan State and Baylor.