How high would you rate the chance of the Michigan State Spartans going winless in conference play?

They lost to Wisconsin, Indiana, Northwestern and Maryland and are now 0-4 in conference play, and 2-5 in total.

Their remaining schedule consists of

#2 Michigan (4-0, 7-0)

Illinois (1-3, 2-5)

Rutgers (0-5, 2-6)

#6 Ohio State (3-1, 6-1)

#24 Penn State (3-1, 5-2)

With looking like they wouldn't stand a chance against Michigan, Ohio State and Penn State, their only legitimate hope are Illinois and Rutgers, which leads me to the question about how you would rate the chance of Michigan State going winless in conference play, either in decimals or percent.

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  • 4 years ago

    The chances of going winless are less than 50/50 with both Illinois and Rutgers left on the schedule. Maybe 25%, they're not good this year.

  • 4 years ago

    Illinois is a dominant team. Don't count them out. They are struggling but working through there issues. Lovie is getting them on the right track. Don't be surprised when the Illini beat MSU. MSU will surely lose to Rutgers though

  • 4 years ago

    They will still win another game or two before sitting at home and watching Big Brother playing a major bowl game.

    They deserve to be beaten severely after so many cheap shots the last few years (Gholston) and running up the score in 2014.

    Source(s): NO PRISONERS!!!
  • 4 years ago

    Illinois and Rutgers are highly winnable -- after that, the L's are staring at Dantonio.

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  • 4 years ago

    0%, if they don't beat Illinois, i will be very surprised but they will 100% beat Rutgers

  • Rod
    Lv 6
    4 years ago

    They will beat the crap out of the Illini. That's a given...

  • 4 years ago

    eill sae funf 5

  • 4 years ago

    1%

    Have you seen Rutgers?

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