The Indiana Hoosiers were ready to roll against Sparty, but couldn’t stay upright enough to celebrate properly.
Michigan State came into the game giving up a whole lotta nothing on the ground, in fact leading the nation with only 51.2 yards per game in the first five games. Indiana wasn’t having any of that early, as Tevin Coleman took a handoff straight up the middle for a 64 yard touchdown.
Unfortunately for Coleman the elation of taking a 7-0 lead didn’t last long, as he seemingly slipped on the white paint that spells out “Spartans” in the endzone of Spartan Stadium.
Sparty has since responded with two drives of their own, the first capped off with a Connor Cook to Jeremy Langford 11 yard touchdown pass to tie the game at 7-7 midway through the second quarter. The second was capped with Cook again hooking up with a receiver for 34 yards, this time to Bennie Fowler.
The Hoosiers have already rushed for 68 yards in the football game. MSU better get it together before Indiana runs all over them!