Ohio native Trevon Pendleton came up with another big play in another big game as he helped Michigan State upset Ohio State.

Trevon Pendleton's big play against Michigan showed the fullback position is not dead in college football. But Saturday's big touchdown play against Ohio State showed just how the Spartans use Pendleton to their advantage when Tyler O'Connor hit his fullback for a 12-yard touchdown that tied the game.

The majority of time college football coaches use the fullback position as an extra blocker giving the position a chance to run the ball every once in awhile.  Michigan State Spartans offensive coordinator Dave Warner has found Trevon Pendleton to be more than just a blocker giving him four pass receptions that includes big plays against Michigan and Ohio State.

Saturday’s 12-yard touchdown reception by the Lucasville, Ohio native was just another example of what a fullback can do.

After the game the senior spoke with members of the media about his game and more.

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