Last week against Boise State it was Le'Veon Bell's turn, this week against Central Michigan it was everyone else's for MSU.
From Andrew Maxwell to Aaron Burbridge and just about everyone in between, plenty of Spartans played a part in Michigan State's 41-7 win against CMU. In fact, 65 of 70 players that dressed saw the field.
Maxwell led the way for Michigan State with 275 yards on 20-of-31 passing and two touchdowns. And a week after completing just seven of his 22 passes to wide receivers a week ago, Maxwell spread the ball out to seven different receivers.
“We had to get Maxwell and our wideouts going,” Mark Dantonio said. “I thought we did that.”
Perhaps the biggest relief for Spartans fans came from the way Maxwell and Bennie Fowler were clicking. Fowler had eight catches for 99 yards and a touchdown.
But Fowler isn't content with his best game as a Spartan -- he has bigger goals in mind for the passing attack.