MSU’s Connor Cook Now 10-0 on the Road in Big Ten Play
Michigan State's senior quarterback delivered enough big plays in the passing game to get his seventh ranked Spartans in position for the are-you-kidding finish. When the celebrations on the field ended after the 27-23 victory, Cook said it was "like a dream."
A week after setting a career high at Rutgers, Cook delivered his second consecutive 300 plus yard game and the eighth of his career in his first start at Michigan Stadium.
It was a historic victory and put him in rare company. Cook joins Kirk Cousins as the only MSU quarterback to defeat Michigan three straight times in the 108 games in the rivalry. Here's more from the Lansing State Journal.