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Team: Michigan State Vs Penn State Nittany Lions
Time: 12.00 PM
Date: 4th November 2017
Venue: Spartan Stadium, East Lansing, Michigan

Though the final score of last week’s 39-31 triple-overtime loss betrays the job MSU’s defense did in regulation, the usually steady Spartans did struggle to tackle in open space all day against Northwestern. They held the Wildcats to just 64 rushing yards on 28 attempts, but QB Clayton Thorson threw for 356 yards and two touchdowns in large part because of MSU’s inability to tackle receivers on short and intermediate routes.

Still, the Spartans rank fourth nationally in rush defense (89.8 yards per game) and eighth in total defense (283.4). Penn State’s offense revolves around the talented junior duo of QB Trace McSorley and RB Saquon Barkley. Barkley leads the nation in 206.3 all-purpose yards, including 100.1 on the ground. McSorley throws for 258.9 yards per game and uses Barkley out of the backfield, TE Mike Gesicki and WR DaeSean Hamilton as his primary targets.

Penn State’s offensive line has been banged up, but the Nittany Lions still average 440.8 yards per game to rank 42nd nationally. And they got lit up at the end against Ohio State.

Senior Grant Haley was flagged three times. Senior Christian Campbell missed a game-clinching interception. And the Ohio State receivers blew past them all for three touchdowns in the final minutes for the stunning victory.

Now, the Lions seek recovery and redemption at Michigan State. Certainly, those defensive backs will be on the spot again.

The Spartans’ pass game is growing under quarterback Brian Lewerke and his top three receivers, Felton Davis, Darrell Stewart, Jr. and Cody White. None are downfield game-breakers. But they’re really good at making tough catches all over the field and keeping lost drives alive.

In the end, the Lions have too many weapons in the pass game not to take full advantage in East Lansing. This time, for four full quarters.

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