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    Michigan State answers Rutgers quickly, ties game at 7


    Who will keep chopping? That’s the question that will hang in the air Saturday in Piscataway, New Jersey.

    Michigan State has chopped its way to a 5-0 start to the season (2-0 in the Big Ten), and a No. 11 national ranking, embracing a phrase long beloved by Rutgers, creating a peculiar subplot for Saturday’s Big Ten showdown.

    Tight end Connor Heyward (11) and Michigan State take on Rutgers on Saturday.

    First half

    Michigan State answers quickly

    Michigan State takes over at the 25.

    Kenneth Walker rushes for 12 yards on first down.

    Payton Thorne throws a bomb to Jalen Nailor on the next play, and nobody is gonna catch him. He’s gone for a 63-yard touchdown pass. What an answer by the Spartans.

    Michigan State 7, Rutgers 7 (6:05 1st)

    Rutgers survives early third down to take 7-0 lead

    It’s Rutgers ball at the 28 after the fake field goal.

    Isaih Pacheco rushes for a yard on first down. Simeon Barrow sacks Noah Vedral on second down for a loss of 9, and on third down, Vedral throws a strike to Aron Cruickshank for 19 yards to get exactly enough yardage needed.



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