After getting off to a slow start, No. 15 Michigan seems to have taken control in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and had a 27-10 lead over Michigan State after three quarters. The Spartans struck first during the first quarter when Michigan failed to convert on a fourth-and-two at midfield and Michigan State drove down the field for a touchdown.
It’s been all Michigan since, as they’ve outscored the Spartans 27-3 in the last two quarters. The Wolverines have outgained Michigan State 360 yards to 192 while averaging 6.7 yards per play to Michigan State’s 4.2. Shea Patterson is 20-for-29 for 296 yards and two touchdowns. Ronnie Bell has pulled in eight of 10 targets and has 138 yards receiving.
Michigan State has the ball at midfield to start the final quarter, and it’s a possession that needs to end in a touchdown if it wants a realistic chance of winning this game.
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