Let’s forget about the 2018 season, shall we? Michigan State failed to live up to sky-high expectations after a 10-3 season the year before and it had a lot to do with the offense’s all-around ineffectiveness.
Sure, injuries contributed, but a lot of the disappointment was due to quarterback play, a poor run game and an offensive line that was mediocre, at best.
Many would argue that Michigan State had the most disappointing offensive line in the Big Ten, given how many starters returned.
Cole Chewins, Luke Campbell, Kevin Jarvis, Tyler Higby and Jordan Reid all had experience with the starters, but couldn’t quite live up to the expectations.