Kickoff is 5 p.m., and the game will be televised by ESPN.
Williams, a running back, could see playing after finishing the regular season third among Michigan State’s rushers with 238 yards.
Terry, a quarterback, is with the team as well, but he will not receive playing time because he is being redshirted.
A couple of stories from Michigan media featured mentions of Williams and Terry.
A Lansing State Journal story talked about how Williams and his teammates saw a celebrity while enjoying themselves before the Rose Bowl.
Meanwhile, in a Detroit Free Press story, Terry talked about returning to Michigan State next season even though sophomore Connor Cook secured the job this season and emerged as a team leader during a 12-1 season in which the Spartans won the Big Ten championship.
“I’m actually glad I redshirted, honestly, now that I see everything from a different perspective,” Terry told the Journal. “I honestly think redshirting is one of the best things that can happen to you. You just get prepared for everything and it really helps going against the nation’s No. 1 defense every week.”
Mike Griffith of mlive.com wrote an in-depth story about Terry’s year behind the scenes with the Spartans.
– Jeff Kirik, sports editor