Rutgers Scarlet Knights Vs Michigan State Spartans Halftime Result 14-10

Rutgers Scarlet Knights Vs Michigan State Spartans Halftime Result 14-10

Rutgers has Michigan State on disturbed watch, taking a 14-10 lead into halftime Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium.

The No. 4 positioned Spartans showed up nearly re-leads the pack, yet Connor Cook’s pass endeavor for tight end Jamal Lyles was blocked in the end’s back zone with 1:06 left in the second quarter.

Cook is 12-of-25 passing for 198 yards and a touchdown, alongside the immoderate capture attempt.

The Scarlet Knights got both of their first-half touchdowns from as of late reinstated recipient Leonte Carroo, the second of which put Rutgers up 14-7 at the 13:11 sign of the second quarter. It came after a MSU three-and-out hostile series and 24-yard punt.

Carroo kept running past Spartans’ Arjen Colquhoun to pull in a 39 yard TD pass. He was matched up in man to man scope on the play and didn’t seem to have any wellbeing help.

Under two minutes prior, Rutgers had tied the game at 7-7 when Carroo got a third down 5-yard post from Chris Laviano on the first play of the second quarter.

That score was set up when Paul James burst 72 yards up the center for the Scarlet Knights’ first-first down in the game.

The Spartans required a fourth down change to discover their way to the end zone for their opening score.

A 25-yard pass from Cook to Aaron Burbridge moved the ball to the Rutgers 9-yard line on a fourth-and-10. Three plays later, Cook moved right and put a fastball into the gut of Macgarrett Kings Jr. at last zone, which combined with Michael Geiger’s extra point made it 7-0 with 1:46 left in the opening quarter.

The Spartans’ game-opening drive finished when Michael Geiger’s 35-yard field goal endeavor was blocked.

Geiger’s second endeavor, from 30 yards, was great – in spite of the fact that it came by means of a carom off the right upright.

Second Quarter

Rutgers 14, Michigan State 10 (9:14): Michael Geiger banks erratic of the upright yet through. The Spartans go 72 yards behind enormous plays by Gerald Holmes and Macgarrett Kings, yet Paul Lang can’t clutch a future touchdown pass.

Rutgers 14, Michigan State 7 (13:11): Leonte Carroo scores his second touchdown get in under two minutes, as he blazes Arjen Colquhoun on a go-course for a 39-yard touchdown. Michigan State is trailing surprisingly since the 1:08 it trailed in the first quarter against Oregon.

Michigan State 7, Rutgers 7 (14:56): Rutgers goes 72 yards from scrimmage on its resulting drive after Michigan State’s first score. Darian Hicks spared a touchdown, yet Leonte Carroo got a touchdown pass three plays later to tie the game.

First Quarter

Michigan State 7, Rutgers 0 (1:46): Macgarrett Kings gets a 8-yard touchdown pass to get Michigan State on the board. It was Aaron Burbridge, however, who had the key catch of the drive, a 25-yarder on fourth and-10 to set up the score.

5:19: Michigan State is going for the unique teams miscue cycle ahead of schedule in this game. In the wake of surrendering a 26 yard opening kickoff give back, the Spartans have had a field goal blocked and bobbled a punt snap.
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October 11th, 2015 by