How to watch Michigan State vs. Notre Dame (11/30/2022): TV channel, tipoff time, live stream

How to watch Michigan State vs. Notre Dame (11/30/2022): TV channel, tipoff time, live stream

Michigan State renews one of its classic rivalries while at the same time saying goodbye to the ACC/Big Ten Challenge.

The Spartans visit Notre Dame, a team it has played 97 times before but only three times since 1979, as it closes out its difficult November schedule.


  • Who: No. 20 Michigan State (5-2) vs. Notre Dame (5-1)
  • When: 9:15 p.m.
  • Where: Purcell Pavilion
  • Latest line: Michigan State -1 1/2
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TV Network: ESPN2 (Brian Custer, Jordan Fornette)

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* Channel numbers listed are for Michigan subscribers and may change by geographic area. Check local listings.

Radio Network: Spartan Media Network


• This will be Michigan State’s final of 22 games played in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge since 1999 after ESPN announced this week that the series would end following this season.

• Senior forward Nate Laszewski is averaging a team-best 18.2 points per game for Notre Dame, double his scoring average from last year. He’s one of five Irish players averaging double figures scoring.

• Michigan State senior forward Malik Hall will miss his fourth straight game due to a foot injury. Sophomore guard Jaden Akins (foot) is doubtful for the game.

• Michigan State has won four of the last five matchups in the series vs. Notre Dameand the last two: in 2020 and in 2017, when both teams were in the top five. The two teams have played 97 times in their histories.

• Notre Dame is 19-1 at Purcell Pavilion over the last two seasons.


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