Spartans also off to perfect start

Michigan State is undefeated through three games.

The Spartans capped off the 3 game-stretch with a win against the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame.

Michigan State sealed the victory with a fake field goal that Spartan Coach Mark Dantanio called the “little giants.”

Michigan State’s strength seems to be their running game. They have two talented players who are capable of starting.

Freshman Le’von Bell was the first running back in Michigan State history to rush for 100 yards in his debut. In the Spartans second game against Florida Atlantic, Edwin Baker accounted for 183 rushing yards.

In the third game against Notre Dame, the amount of carries each running back was evenly distributed and Bell got 114 rushing yards with 17 carries and Baker got 90 rushing yards with 14 carries.

After the thrilling win against Notre Dame, Michigan State head coach Mark Dantanio suffered a heart attack.

ESPN reported Dantanio is expected to make a full recovery.

For now the assistant coaches are handling Dantanio’s responsibilities.