Michigan State isn’t exactly asking for style points. Even if it looks weird, the Spartans will take it.

Given the way the first half went, atypical scores will work, too.

Michigan State got one of those when R.J. Shelton appeared to be ready to take the snap. Instead, Tyler O’Connor got it and he had two wide-open receivers to throw to:

That gave the Spartans their first two-score lead of the day. Who knows what exactly Shelton was supposed to be doing on that play.