Recapping The Michigan State vs Oregon NCAA Football Odds Game
For most of the second half, Michigan State (2-0) had the lead, and they were up 31-21 when Oregon’s transfer quarterback Vernon Adams threw a 15-yard touchdown pass to Byron Marshall with just over three minutes remaining. The Ducks held, and the Spartans had to punt. However, Adams threw it over the head of Marshall from the MSU 33. Marshall had beaten his defender and could have scored. Then, Michigan State sacked Adams back to the 43, and his heave on fourth down fell incomplete. Michigan State running back L.J. Scott had two touchdowns. Aaron Burbridge hauled in eight receptions for a touchdown and 101 yards. The last time two top 10 teams met at Spartan Stadium was 1966, when then-#2 Michigan State hosted #1 Notre Dame, and the teams played to a 10-10 tie (yes, that was before the overtime era).
With a 31-28 win vs Oregon, Michigan State improves to 13-5-1 in top-10 matchups, the best record of any CFB program pic.twitter.com/avX7KIOym3— ESPN (@espn) September 13, 2015