Let’s crank up the DVR one last time for the 2014 Michigan State football team and try to figure out how this 42-41 Cotton Bowl win over Baylor happened.
Start with the worst interception of Connor Cook’s career – and the first time he has appeared visibly shaken by a mistake on the sideline – and the play that kept the comeback possible for MSU. If interception-return headhunter Jack Conklin doesn’t go full sprint after Taylor Young, he doesn’t get clipped on the play and MSU is down 48-28 with 11 minutes to go. This doesn’t happen without that effort. – Read more at Freep.com