ScoutTV: "Still Not Where We Want To Be"

The Spartans improved to 5-2 with scouts from the Alamo Bowl looking on, but despite the effort, Narduzzi said the Spartans defense is still not where he wants it to be.

EAST LANSING - In a game with their season hanging in the balance, Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi got a stellar effort from his unit which stifled quarterback Kellen Lewis and held wide receiver James Hardy in check in a 52-27 romp over previously 5-1 Indiana.

In the process, the Spartans improved to 5-2 with scouts from the Alamo Bowl looking on, but despite the effort, Narduzzi said the Spartans defense is still not where he wants it to be.


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