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Michigan State quarterback Payton Thorne (10) runs for a touchdown in the first quarter of their college football game against Youngstown State on Saturday, Sept. 11.

The air is expected to be thick. The temperature could touch 90 degrees. Standard weather this time of year in South Florida, where Michigan State football will face the Miami Hurricanes at high noon on Saturday.

So, Mel Tucker cranked up the thermostat at Michigan State’s indoor facility to simulate the toasty environment inside of Hard Rock Stadium.

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