Michigan State seniors Jack Allen and Connor Cook felt good about erasing the bad feelings from last years loss to Oregon with a 31-28 win.

Following their 31-28 victory over Oregon, Michigan State seniors Jack Allen and Connor Cook were excited to get rid of the bad feeling that still lingered from their loss to the Ducks last season. Both players spoke about the experience to come out on the winning side this year.

The loss to Oregon in 2014 left a lasting impression on Michigan State seniors Connor Cook and Jack Allen that stayed with the pair throughout the offseason and into preseason camp.

The two Spartan leaders made sure to enjoy the moments following their 31-28 win over the ranked Ducks, but both felt it was comming with Cook saying he even dreamed about it the night before the game.

Allen helped the Spartans offensive line open up holes as the Spartans rushed for 197 yards while also keeping Cook from being sacked.

Cook finished the night going 20 of 32 for 192 yards and two touchdowns with one interception as the Spartans offense did enough to allow the defense to win the hard fought battle between two Top Ten programs.

As you'll see in the following video, both Allen and Cook felt the lost last season sucked and provided the Spartans a little extra motivation in the months leading up to Saturday nights game.

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