Oct 5, 2013; Iowa City, IA, USA; Michigan State Spartans quarterback Connor Cook throws a pass to fullback Riley Bullough (30) against the Iowa Hawkeyes at Kinnick Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

Michigan State Spartans V Iowa Hawkeyes: MSU Wins 26-14

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It took them a quarter but the Michigan State offenense finally put together some consistancy.  Quarterback Connor Cook threw for 277 yards and two touchdowns The touchdowns came courtesy of some big plays orchestrated by the Spartan Quarterbacks.

In the 2nd Quarter Coonor Cook connected with MacGarrett Kings Jr. on a crossing route for a 46 yard touchdown strike. Cook struck again in the 3rd Quarter when he connected with Bennie Fowler on a 37 yard pass.  Micheal Geiger added 4 field goals helping the Spartans to a 26-14 win and spoiling the Hawkeyes homecoming.

The Spartan defense continued it’s dominance by holding Iowa to 264 yards while picking off two passes one of which lead to a Michigan State score.

The Spartans needed to have a good performance from their offense and got it.  If the offense can score around twenty points the Spartans Elite defense should be able to handle the rest.

The Michigan State Spartans will be at home next week against the upstart Indiana Hoosiers who upset Penn State today 44-24.

Scoring Summary

SECOND QUARTER MSU IOWA
FG 11:44 Michael Geiger 27 YdWatch Highlight 3 0
TD 06:18 Macgarrett Kings Jr. 46 Yd Pass From Connor Cook (Michael Geiger Kick)Watch Highlight 10 0
TD 04:19 Damon Bullock 47 Yd Pass From Jake Rudock (Mike Meyer Kick)Watch Highlight 10 7
TD 01:10 C.J. Fiedorowicz 10 Yd Pass From Jake Rudock (Mike Meyer Kick)Watch Highlight 10 14
THIRD QUARTER MSU IOWA
TD 11:55 Bennie Fowler 37 Yd Pass From Connor Cook (Michael Geiger Kick)Watch Highlight 17 14
FG 02:38 Michael Geiger 35 YdWatch Highlight 20 14
FOURTH QUARTER MSU IOWA
FG 13:28 Michael Geiger 49 YdWatch Highlight 23 14
FG 05:25 Michael Geiger 40 YdWatch Highlight 26 14
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