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After four weeks of losing, Michigan State almost found a new way to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory in its 34-28 double-overtime win against Wisconsin. The Spartans committed six penalties in the first half alone — by the end of the night, the team racked up over 100 yards worth of penalties. “We have to have more poise and more discipline as a football team,” Head Coach Mel Tucker said after Saturday’s win. “Every hundred yards is pretty much seven points.”

Source: State News