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Everything Mel Tucker harped on this week apparently fell on deaf ears. Seven days after Michigan State rallied to beat Michigan at home in a top-10 battle and days after being ranked No. 3 in the first set of College Football Playoff rankings, the Spartans got thoroughly beaten Saturday at Purdue as the Boilermakers’ passing attacked picked apart the MSU secondary and Purdue took advantage of multiple Spartans mistakes on its way to a 40-29 victory at Ross-Ade Stadium.

Source: Detroit News