"Everybody can expect more of themselves, it's not necessarily the leaders that have to do it. You could just see the demeanor at practice was a lot different, the way people were carrying themselves. Following any win, you're going to see that but, with a dramatic win like that, for us to be able to come out on top, I think can really change the whole (mindset) for the rest of the season."
MSU is hoping that the momentum they carry after coming back from a 35-point deficit will carry them through a road game against a tougher than usual Hoosier team that knocked off previously #13 Iowa.
"I think it's everybody's responsibility to try to have it carry over. Momentum is so important in college football, you see what it can do for you and you can see how it can work against you."
"The nice thing is that we got it and we were rolling. everybody contributed - the defense did an amazing job, then our special teams, pinning them down there on the kickoffs and then obviously the blocked punt and then Swenson coming in and kicking (the game winner)."
So what's the lesson that MSU takes away from the Northwestern win that carries over into Indiana?
"I think everybody found out that they can contribute and they found out how its going to take a whole team effort to be successful each game," said Stanton