Michigan State dominated the second half vs. Rutgers en route to a 31-13 win over the Scarlet Knights.

Perhaps no play was bigger than Jacob Slade’s fumble recovery with just over four minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. The ball was knocked loose from Rutgers QB Noah Vedral before traveling several feet into the air.

Slade ultimately caught the ball and ran it toward the Spartans’ end zone before getting run down.

Here’s the play:

Offensively, this game was dominated by receiver Jalen Nailor and running back Kenneth Walker III. Nailer had 3 touchdowns and over 200 receiving yards before half time.

Walker ended up with 233 rushing yards, including a program-record 94-yard touchdown run early in the third quarter. Quarterback Payton Thorne finished 16-of-27 for 339 yards and 3 touchdowns.

Michigan State becomes the first Power 5 team to reach bowl eligibility with a 6-0 record. Coastal Carolina got to 6-0 with its win on Thursday night.

The Spartans play at Indiana in Week 7.