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A team that has always looked to establish the run first had been able to find much success on the ground. Meanwhile, the passing offense was somewhat disjointed and not clicking on all cylinders.The run game hasn’t made much progress, but Michigan State’s passing attack has been on fire the last two weeks. And as the No. 12 Spartans get set to take on No. 13 Ohio State this Saturday in Columbus (noon, FOX), the emergence of quarterback Brian Lewerke and his play-making receivers bodes well for the Green and White.
Here’s a closer look at the matchup between the Michigan State offense and the Buckeyes defense. The Michigan State Spartans pulled off an incredible 27-24 upset win over the Penn State Nittany Lions in Week 10. The 7-2 Spartans are now ranked No. 22 by Bill C’s S&P+ and are boasting a ninth overall defense in the S&P+ rankings. Numbers-wise, Ohio State has the advantage over Michigan State almost all the way across the board. However, the same could be said last week about the matchup between MSU and Penn State, and the formula for success for the Spartans appears to be the same as it was a week ago.
Barrett, a senior from Texas, has thrown for 2,300 yards and 28 touchdowns on the season. He has also carried the load on the ground for Ohio State. He has ran for 517 yards and five touchdowns with only 18 carries less than standout running back JK Dobbins. The freshman has ran for 914 yards on 7.7 yards per carry adding five touchdowns himself.