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    Kenneth Walker III sets Michigan State football school record

    Michigan State football’s game vs. Rutgers on Saturday has been a story of big plays.

    Jalen Nailor owned the first half.

    Kenneth Walker III made the game’s highlight play in the second half in Piscataway, N.J.

    Walker, college football’s leading rusher and Heisman trophy candidate, joined his big-play receiver Saturday vs. Rutgers with a 94-yard touchdown run — the longest play from scrimmage in school history.

    Walker displayed his entire skill set on the play, accelerating through an open running lane, breaking tackles with shiftiness and strength, maintaining balance and sprinting away from the defense. He got a great block down field from Jayden Reed, waved goodbye to the Scarlet Knights’ defense and high-fived Nailor on his way to the end zone.

    The game-changing play put the Spartans ahead, 28-13, midway through the third quarter, in a game that became a field position and defensive battle in the second half at windy SHI Stadium.

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