November 20th, 2018

Through three quarters on Saturday at Nebraska, the Michigan State offense had gained 141 yards rushing on 32 carries. It didn’t amount to an amazing yards-per-carry average, but the 4.4 yards per pop the Spartans were getting amounted to a successful day on the ground in 2018. It was exactly the sort of performance they’d been seeking for most of the season one coach Mark Dantonio has based his offense around.

Source: Detroit News