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The game may have lost much of its national luster when the MSU All-American running back Kenneth Walker III and the Pitt Heisman Trophy-finalist quarterback Kenny Pickett both declared for the NFL draft earlier this month on the same day and opted out of playing in the bowl game. But for MSU (10-2), which discovered newfound life in its offense for the first time since its 2015 run to the College Football Playoff semifinals, the Peach Bowl represents an opportunity to show it was not merely a one-man path to improvement and that Tucker’s second season is building toward the promise of remaining significant players in the hunt for national championship for years to come.

Source: Detroit Free Press