The Spartans haven't allowed an offensive touchdown this season.
It was the first road game of the season for Michigan State, but there were plenty of green-clad fans in attendance about 70 miles from the Spartans' campus. Central Michigan beat Michigan State as recently as 2009, but the Spartans won this matchup 45-7 last year and this one wasn't close either.
Bell carried Michigan State at times in a 17-13 win over Boise State, and he scored on runs of 1 and 7 yards in the first half Saturday to give the Spartans a 14-0 lead. But it wasn't until late in the second quarter that the game slipped away from the Chippewas for good.
Maxwell threw a 7-yard scoring pass to Bennie Fowler early in the third. He went 20 of 31 a week after throwing three interceptions against Boise State.
Radcliffe went 17 of 38 for 173 yards with two interceptions. He threw incomplete on fourth-and-10 from the Michigan State 27 in the second quarter - and twice in the second half on fourth down from the Michigan State 23.
The Chippewas did manage to go a second straight game without being called for a penalty. They also had none in a season-opening 38-27 win over Southeast Missouri State.
Nick Hill's 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth made it 41-0. Central Michigan's only points came on Jason Wilson's 55-yard interception return for a touchdown off Michigan State backup quarterback Connor Cook.
Central Michigan coach Dan Enos is a former Michigan State quarterback and was an assistant for the Spartans under coach Mark Dantonio.
This meeting was part of a "Celebrate the State" football series Michigan State has agreed to from 2011-2020. It includes 12 games over 10 seasons, including one each for the Spartans at Central Michigan, Western Michigan and Eastern Michigan.
The attendance of 35,127 was a record for Kelly/Shorts Stadium.