Michigan State football held Tulsa to minus-73 yards rushing. Here’s how it did it – Detroit Free Press

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Chris Solari, Detroit Free Press
Published 8:19 a.m. ET Aug. 31, 2019 | Updated 10:48 a.m. ET Aug. 31, 2019CLOSE
Free Press’ Chris Solari and Shawn Windsor and LSJ’s Graham Couch debate what they saw from Michigan State in its 28-7 win over Tulsa, Aug. 30, 2019.
Chris Solari, Graham Couch and Shawn Windsor, Detroit Free PressEAST LANSING — Mike Panasiuk swears the Michigan State football defense did not know it was nearing a school record. Neither did Mark Dantonio.But with a 28-7 win almost in hand, the Spartans dialed up a late fourth-quarter cornerback blitz on third down deep in Tulsa territory. Shakur Brown dropped quarterback Zach Smith for their sixth sack of the game on Friday.That 10-yard loss allowed the Spartans to break a 69-year-old record by sending Tulsa home with a minus-73 yard rushing performance. MSU held Pitt to minus-63 yards on the ground in 1950.More from Seidel: MSU can’t waste this amazing defense. It would be criminal“As soon as it ended and they announced it, that’s how we knew,” Panasiuk said. “We just want to keep seeing that number keep going down and down and down. And it just kept doing that.”The Golden Hurricane managed 80 total yards of offense, the fewest allowed since the Spartans gave up just 48 to Florida Atlantic in 2011. The Spartans gave up just eight first downs against Tulsa, none of them rushing, and yielded minus-2.9 yards pe

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