Anytime the Spartan offense puts up 34 points, an easy victory seems in store for Michigan State.

Unfortunately, that was not the case against Indiana Saturday. Despite a solid game from quarterback Brian Lewerke and the rest of the offense, it took a late field goal and a fumble recovery for the Spartans to put away the Hoosiers.

Thankfully, the Spartans were so efficient on offense as it kept them in position to secure the win late. During his Sunday evening teleconference, head coach Mark Dantonio highlighted the work of his offense.

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Dantonio noted that it was a particularly clean performance from the offense as the unit did not allow a sack or have a turnover. While there were still some drops by MSU receivers, it was definitely another good showing for the maligned unit since the Arizona State game.

Chris Solari with The Detroit Free Press shared Dantonio’s comments where he also discussed improving the consistency on the offensive side of the ball:

This week will be a much tougher task as the Spartans head to Columbus to take on an Ohio State team that looks dominant on both sides of the ball.