The Michigan State Spartans are the second best team in the nation because of their stellar defense, a point proven by its offense’s performance in Saturday’s 30-10 victory over Central Michigan.
Some of the Spartans’ best defensive players have started making plays on other aspects of the game.
Defensive end Shilique Calhoun blocked this field goal — the second of the day — early in Saturday’s game against CMU.
.@MSU_Football blocked field goals: 2. Central Michigan points: 0. This time, it was Shilique Calhoun. http://t.co/M0T79fWBZ5— Michigan St. on BTN (@MichiganStOnBTN) September 26, 2015
If the Sparty defense can continue to make plays for the entire team, MSU may turn out to be a serious threat to a struggling Ohio State Buckeyes offense.
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