Stanford will look to defend their Rose Bowl title when they take on the Big Ten champion Michigan State Spartans in this year’s edition of the “Granddaddy of Them All.”
2013-2014 College Bowl Previews
- BCS National Championship: Florida State vs. Auburn
- Rose Bowl: Stanford vs. Michigan State
- Orange Bowl: Ohio State vs. Clemson
- Sugar Bowl: Alabama vs. Oklahoma
- Fiesta Bowl: UCF vs. Baylor
Stanford Cardinal vs. Michigan State Spartans: TV Time, Odds, Trends and More
The Spartans are coming off an impressive come from behind victory over the Ohio State Buckeyes in the Big Ten Championship. The Buckeyes had been previously undefeated in their last 24 outings, and we’re already packing their bags for the National Championship. Unfortunately for them, the Spartans snagged their tickets to Pasadena for the New Year.
As for Stanford, they’ll try to be the first to defend the Rose Bowl title since 1970-71. They’ve looked strong all year, lead by QB Kevin Hogan and RB Tyler Gaffney.
Where Can I Watch the Game?
Kickoff: 5:00 PM ET, Wednesday, January 1, 2014
Venue: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California
Best Bars to Watch the Game:
T. Boyles Tavern @ 137 N. Catalina Avenue, Pasadena
- T. Boyles has Direct TV for College and NFL Football, and 13 flat screens plus one huge jumbo projector screen for your viewing pleasure. Find them on Facebook here.
Dog Haus @ 93 E. Green Street, Old Pasadena
- The Dog Haus has two Pasadena locations where you can grab some of their tasty and eccentric hotdogs, or drink a beer and watch the game.
*As of Dec. 27, 2013. [sc:NCAA240banner ]
Money: Michigan St. (+200) vs. Stanford (-240)
Spread: Michigan St. (+6.5) vs. Stanford (-6.5)
Stanford is 19-2 SU in their last 21 games while Michigan State is 5-0 SU in their last five.
Top Trend: The total has gone UNDER in seven of the Cardinal’s last eight games, and five of the Spartans’ last seven.
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