Outback Bowl Game Balls Defense

Michigan State provided fans with another thrilling victory as Mark Dantonio earns his first bowl victory as head coach. Who earned game balls on defense for their efforts against Georgia?

Who from Michigan State earned game balls for their performance against Georgia in the Outback Bowl?

William Gholston: What a game by Gholston as he posted five tackles for loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery to go with seven tackles.

Darqueze Dennard: with two big interceptions Dennard helped the Spartans stay in the game when it was needed most.

Marcus Rush: The redshirt freshman continued to play great football posting seven tackles with two for loss and a pass break-up.

Jerel Worth: The future top draft choice may have only posted five tackles (2 for loss) on the day. However, he did impact the game with his quick get off the line and helped others have big days.

Anthony Rashad White: With talk of Worthy going pro in the next few weeks, the play of Rashad White was something Spartan fans needed to see. On the day the big fellow posted seven total tackles with three for loss to go with the final play of the game with a big block of Georgia's field goal attempt to tie the game.

Chris Norman: With five tackles and a forced fumble, Norman may have played his best game in a Spartan uniform.

Trenton Robinson: It was not an easy day for any of the Spartans corners or safeties. The senior captain posted six tackles for the game.

Johnny Adams: Don't look at tackles when looking at the play of Adams. The Ohio native had a tough assignment all day going against the Georgia passing game.

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