Michigan State is on the board in Columbus.

Just a few minutes after surrendering a long touchdown pass from Justin Fields to Binjimen Victor to allow Ohio State to take a 10-0 lead, Michigan State drove down the field and got into the end zone to close the gap. The Spartans picked up 75 yards on five plays, capped by a 20-yard touchdown pass from Brian Lewerke to Darrell Stewart.

Stewart beat Ohio State defensive back Jeffrey Okudah to make a diving touchdown catch. The touchdown got Michigan State to within three points with the score at 10-7. Below is the touchdown pass:


Michigan State’s offense has struggled at times this season, but has looked good in recent wins over Northwestern and Indiana. Against a good Ohio State defense, the Spartans are off to a decent start.

They’re going to need a lot more of this to get a win over the Buckeyes.