List of Michigan State Spartans football seasons

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Spartan Stadium, where the Spartans have played since 1923.

This is a list of seasons completed by the Michigan State Spartans football team of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS). Since the team's creation in 1885, the Spartans have participated in more than 1,100 officially-sanctioned games, including 21 bowl games.

Michigan State originally competed as a football independent. In 1896, MSU joined the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association. The Spartans then competed independently again from 1907 through 1952. In 1953, MSU joined the Big Ten conference, where it has been a member ever since.[1]

Seasons[edit]

Year Coach Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs Coaches# AP°
No coach (MIAA) (1896–1896)
1896 1–2–1
Henry Keep (MIAA) (1897–1898)
1897 Keep 4–2–1
1898 Keep 4–3
Charles O. Bemies (MIAA) (1899–1900)
1899 Bemies 2–4–1
1900 Bemies 1–3
George Denman (MIAA) (1901–1902)
1901 Denman 3–4–1
1902 Denman 4–5
Chester Brewer (MIAA) (1903–1906)
1903 Brewer 6–1–1
1904 Brewer 8–1
1905 Brewer 9–2
1906 Brewer 7–2–2
Chester Brewer (Independent) (1907–1910)
1907 Brewer 4–2–1
1908 Brewer 6–0–2
1909 Brewer 8–1
1910 Brewer 6–1
John Macklin (Independent) (1911–1915)
1911 Macklin 5–1
1912 Macklin 7–1
1913 Macklin 7–0
1914 Macklin 5–2
1915 Macklin 5–1
Frank Sommers (Independent) (1916–1916)
1916 Sommers 4–2–1
Chester Brewer (Independent) (1917–1917)
1917 Brewer 0–9
George Gauthier (Independent) (1918–1918)
1918 Gauthier 4–3
Chester Brewer (Independent) (1919–1919)
1919 Brewer 4–4–1
George Clark (Independent) (1920–1920)
1920 Clark 4–6
Albert Barron (Independent) (1921–1922)
1921 Barron 3–5
1922 Barron 3–5–2
Ralph H. Young (Independent) (1923–1927)
1923 Young 3–5
1924 Young 5–3
1925 Young 3–5
1926 Young 3–4–1
1927 Young 4–5
Harry Kipke (Independent) (1928–1928)
1928 Kipke 3–4–1
Jim Crowley (Independent) (1929–1932)
1929 Crowley 5–3
1930 Crowley 5–1–2
1931 Crowley 5–3–1
1932 Crowley 7–1
Charlie Bachman (Independent) (1933–1946)
1933 Bachman 4–2–2
1934 Bachman 8–1
1935 Bachman 6–2
1936 Bachman 6–1–2
1937 Bachman 8–2 L Orange
1938 Bachman 6–3
1939 Bachman 4–4–1
1940 Bachman 3–4–1
1941 Bachman 5–3–1
1942 Bachman 4–3–2
No team (WWII) (1943–1943)
1944 Bachman 6–1
1945 Bachman 5–3–1
1946 Bachman 5–5
Clarence Munn (Independent) (1947–1952)
1947 Munn 7–2
1948 Munn 6–2–2 14
1949 Munn 6–3 19
1950 Munn 8–1 8 8
19511 Munn 9–0 2 2
1952 Munn 9–0 1 1
Clarence Munn (Big Ten) (1953–1953)
19532 Munn 9–1 5–1 T-1st W Rose 3 3
Duffy Daugherty (Big Ten) (1954–1972)
1954 Daugherty 3–6 1–5 T-8th
1955 Daugherty 9–1 5–1 2nd 2 2
1956 Daugherty 7–2 4–2 T-4th 10 9
1957 Daugherty 8–1 5–1 2nd 3 3
1958 Daugherty 3–5–1 0–5–1 10th
1959 Daugherty 5–4 4–2 2nd 16
1960 Daugherty 6–2–1 4–2 4th 13 15
1961 Daugherty 7–2 5–2 3rd 9 8
1962 Daugherty 5–4 3–3 T-5th
1963 Daugherty 6–2–1 4–1–1 T-2nd
1964 Daugherty 4–5 3–3 6th
1965 Daugherty 10–1 7–0 1st L Rose 1 2
19665 Daugherty 9–0–1 7–0 1st 2 2
1967 Daugherty 3–7 3–4 T-5th
1968 Daugherty 5–5 2–5 7th
1969 Daugherty 4–6 2–5 9th
1970 Daugherty 4–6 3–4 T-5th
1971 Daugherty 6–5 5–3 T-3rd
1972 Daugherty 5–5–1 5–2–1 4th
Denny Stolz (Big Ten) (1973–1975)
1973 Stolz 5–6 4–4 T-4th
1974 Stolz 7–3–1 6–1–1 T-4th 18 12
1975 Stolz 7–4 4–4 T-3rd
Darryl Rogers (Big Ten) (1976–1979)
1976 Rogers 4–6–1 3–5 T-7th
1977 Rogers 7–3–1 6–1–1 3rd
1978 Rogers 8–3 7–1 T-1st I 12
1979 Rogers 5–6 3–5 T-7th
Muddy Waters (Big Ten) (1980–1982)
1980 Waters 3–8 2–6 9th
1981 Waters 5–6 4–5 T-6th
1982 Waters 2–9 2–7 T-8th
George Perles (Big Ten) (1983–1994)
1983 Perles 4–6–1 2–6–1 7th
1984 Perles 6–6 5–4 T-6th L Cherry
1985 Perles 7–5 5–3 T-4th L Hall of Fame Classic
1986 Perles 6–5 4–4 T-5th
1987 Perles 9–2–1 7–0–1 1st W Rose 8 8
1988 Perles 6–5–1 6–1–1 2nd L Gator
1989 Perles 8–4 6–2 T-3rd W Aloha 16 16
1990 Perles 8–3–1 6–2 T-1st W Sun 14 16
1991 Perles 3–8 3–5 T-6th
1992 Perles 5–6 5–3 3rd
1993 Perles 6–6 4–4 7th L Liberty
1994 Perles 5–66 4–4 T-4th
Nick Saban (Big Ten) (1995–1999)
1995 Saban 6–5–1 4–3–1 5th L Independence
1996 Saban 6–67 5–3 T-5th
1997 Saban 7–5 4–4 T-6th L Aloha
1998 Saban 6–6 4–4 6th
1999 Saban/Williams 10–2 6–2 T-2nd 7 7
Bobby Williams (Big Ten) (2000–2002)
2000 Williams 5–6 2–6 T-9th
2001 Williams 7–5 3–5 T-8th W Silicon Valley Classic
2002 Williams/Watts 4–8 2–6 T-8th
John L. Smith (Big Ten) (2003–2006)
2003 Smith 8–5 5–3 T-4th L Alamo
2004 Smith 5–7 4–4 T-5th
2005 Smith 5–6 2–6 9th
2006 Smith 4–8 1–7 T-10th
Mark Dantonio (Big Ten) (2007–present)
2007 Dantonio 7–6 3–5 T-7th L Champs Sports
2008 Dantonio 9–4 6–2 3rd L Capital One 24 24
2009 Dantonio 6–7 4–4 T-6th L Alamo
2010 Dantonio/Treadwell 11–2 7–1 T-1st L Capital One 14 14
2011 Dantonio 11–3 7–1 1st Legends W Outback 10 11
2012 Dantonio 7–6 3–5 4th Legends W Buffalo Wild Wings
2013 Dantonio 13–1 8–0 1st Legends W Rose Bowl 3 3
Total: 650–431–44
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title
Indicates BCS bowl, Bowl Alliance or Bowl Coalition game. #Rankings from final Coaches' Poll.

[2]

1Helms Athletic Foundation and Poling System awarded the national championship to Michigan State.
2Massey Ratings awarded the national championship to Michigan State.[3]
3Boand System awarded the national championship to Michigan State.[4]
4Billingsley Report, Dunkel System, and Sagarin Ratings awarded the national championship to Michigan State.[5]
5College Football Researchers Association, Helms Athletic Foundation, National Football Foundation, and Poling System awarded the national championship to Michigan State.[6]
6Michigan State later forfeited all wins due to academic scandal.[7]
7NCAA introduced overtime, thus ending possible outcome of ties.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Michigan State Spartans. College Football Data Warehouse. Retrieved 19 October 2011.
  2. ^ CFRC College Football Database - Michigan State. Retrieved 2013-Dec-09.
  3. ^ NationalChamps.net - Michigan State. Retrieved 2013-Dec-09.
  4. ^ NationalChamps.net - Michigan State. Retrieved 2013-Dec-09.
  5. ^ NationalChamps.net - Michigan State. Retrieved 2013-Dec-09.
  6. ^ NationalChamps.net - Michigan State. Retrieved 2013-Dec-09.
  7. ^ Spartans Spared Major Penalties. Associated Press. 17 September 1996. Retrieved 20 October 2011.
  8. ^ Whiteside, Kelly (August 25, 2006). "Overtime system still excites coaches". USA Today. Retrieved 2008-09-29.