HALFTIME: No. 4 Michigan State 28, Air Force 7

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Bradley T. Allen

EAST LANSING, MICH. — At the end of two quarters, Michigan State leads Air Force by a score of 28-7. Today marks the first time a military academy has played at Spartan Stadium. The announced attendance in East Lansing  is 74,211.

The Air Force Academy Falcons have kept the ball on the ground for most of the half, rushing 26 times for 131 yards. Quarterback Karson Roberts has only attempted one pass.

Connor Cook has led the way for MSU with three touchdowns and 158 yards. Josiah Price grabbed the game’s first touchdown pass and Aaron Burbridge came down with the second and third offensive touchdowns of the game for the Spartans. Burbridge finished the half with five catches for 112 yards, making it his third consecutive 100-yard game.

Defensive back RJ Williamson made the biggest defensive play of the half with a 64-yard fumble return for a touchdown.

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