Michigan State OL could be coming together just in time

Michigan State's regular starting line was not whole for the game at Michigan.
Mike Carter/Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan State football fans got good news Wednesday with center Jack Allen telling reporters in East Lansing he is “good to go” after suffering a sprained ankle three games ago against Rutgers. 

“My ankle is feeling fresh,” Allen said, per SpartanTailgate. “I'm getting better.” 

Hs brother, Brian, started in his place against Michigan and Indiana, but Jack Allen's return is expected to mean the entire regular unit is back to where it was at the start of the season. 

Tackles Jack Conklin and Kodi Kieler have also missed time with injuries but were both in the lineup the last two games. 

Brian Allen is the regular starter at left guard with Donavon Clark at right guard. 

MORE NEWS: Want stories delivered to you? Sign up for our College Football newsletters.