Kenneth Walker III is at it again.

Michigan State jumped out to a comfortable 21-13 halftime lead over Rutgers, but it didn’t take long to extend its advantage to double-digits.

Walker busted out a 94-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter to give the Spartans a 28-13 lead. The run is a program record for the Spartans.

Here’s the play:

Michigan State has lived off big plays offensively this season, but none bigger than that run by Walker. He now has 9 rushing touchdowns this season.

Jalen Nailor has been the star of this game so far for the Spartans, totaling over 200 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns in the first half. He has stepped up in place of star receiver Jayden Reed, who has had a quiet day so far vs. the Scarlet Knights.

Michigan State is looking to become the first Power 5 team to clinch bowl eligibility. Coastal Carolina moved to 6-0 on Thursday night.

The Spartans lead 28-13 late in the third quarter.