Chris Solari Detroit Free Press Published 4:04 PM EDT Oct 12, 2019 MADISON, Wis. — Michigan State football has defensive end Jacub Panasiuk and cornerback Josh Butler working with its top defense in warmups as the Spartans prepare to face No. 8 Wisconsin. Panasiuk injured his right hip in last Saturday’s 34-10 loss at No. 4 Ohio State and left the game early in the fourth quarter. Butler did not start on defense and played a few snaps on special teams, with Kalon Gervin taking his spot in the secondary. MSU (4-2, 2-1 Big Ten) will be without tight end Trenton Gillison, who is not on the dress list. A team spokesman said it is an injury-related absence. Also out for the second straight game is reserve offensive lineman Blake Bueter, who suffered a left leg injury against Indiana on Sept. 28. Others who are out: CB Shakur Brown, OL Cole Chewins, OL A.J. Arcuri, OL Kevin Jarvis, WR Jalen Nailor and WR Cam Chambers. With need at running back, the Spartans traveled with true freshman Brandon Wright and junior Noah Sargent along with starting redshirt freshman Elijah Collins and backup true freshman Anthony Williams. OL Mustafa Khaleefah, who had missed time with an undisclosed injury, is on the trip. Others who made the trip of note include QB Payton Thorne, DT Jalen Hunt and S Tate Hallock. Contact Chris Solari at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter @chrissolari. Read more on the Michigan State Spartans and sign up for our Spartans newsletter.