Michigan State is feeling good after a huge win in Week 3!

The Spartans relished in the road underdog role, taking down Miami (FL) in an impressive fashion. Mel Tucker’s squad rolled to a 38-17 win over the No. 24 team in the country while dominating the turnover battle.

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Michigan State finished the game with a +4 margin in turnover differential. Hurricanes QB D’Eriq King threw 2 interceptions and Miami also lost 2 fumbles as the Spartan defense took advantage of the miscues.

Also a key part of that turnover differential, Michigan State played a clean game on offense without a turnover. That also meant Miami did not get a chance to break out its “turnover chain.”

It was the turnover chain that the Spartans used to take a post-game job at the Hurricanes on social media. Check it out: