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Tuesday, December 7, 2021

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    Michigan State-Rutgers tied at 7 entering 2Q

    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

    In progress: Rutgers looking to regain lead entering second quarter

    Rutgers takes over at the 20 after the touchback. Game is tied at 7 with 0:44 left in the opening frame.

    Noah Vedral fakes a handoff, fakes a pitch, and hits Jovani Haskins for a pickup of 25 to the Rutgers 45.

    Aaron Young rushes for 4 yards on the next play, bringing the first quarter to a close.

    END 1ST: Michigan State 7, Rutgers 7 

    Michigan State punts from Rutgers territory 

    Michigan State takes over at the 17 in a 7-7 game with 2:45 to go in the first.

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