This was a beautifully drawn up play that was executed to perfection!

Michigan State is battling back after facing an early deficit to Northwestern. The Spartans are dealing with a number of injuries, and the Wildcats showed up ready to play.

After scoring just two field goals in the first half, the Spartans are finally opening things up a bit in the second half. It was a perfectly executed reverse on this drive that went for a big score.

WR Felton Davis III was the player that wound up with the carry, and Michigan State’s blockers set up a perfect alley down the field. No one laid a hand on Davis after he cut up field and went 48 yards for the score.

The Big Ten Network shared the video of the impressive play: