Michigan State football has a great home schedule lined up for 2016 with rivals Michigan and Ohio State coming to Spartan Stadium, as well as quality opponents in BYU and Wisconsin. If you bought your season tickets earlier this year, you'll be seeing all these great games.

If you haven't, we have some bad news.

The Lansing State Journal is reporting that Michigan State season ticket packages purchased for the 2016 season will no longer include Michigan. According to Athletic Director Mark Hollis: "You can’t sell what you don’t have".

Michigan and their athletic department get an allotment of 5,000 tickets. Almost double what normal opponents get, and due to the high demand of Michigan State season ticket packages, supply has simply dried up for the annual in-state clash.

Given how last year's game ended, you can understand the high demand.

There is good news though, season ticket packages are still available sans Michigan, but if you want to see Ohio State this season, you better act quickly. Hollis said he expects Ohio State to be the next game to be dropped off of season ticket packages. Ohio State gets the same ticket allotment Michigan does.