EAST LANSING - Michigan State could have a more productive offseason with a seventh win against Penn State. But even if the team can't find its way to a bowl game, the Spartans should do just fine with offensive prospects, says coach Mark Dantonio.
With players like Javon Ringer (1,000-yard rusher), Jehuu Caulcrick (20 touchdowns), Devin Thomas (1,000-yard receiver) and Brian Hoyer (2,000-yards passing), capturing the attention of recruits should be a snap for a rebuilding program.
Watch as Dantonio talks about how the balance and productivity of the Spartan offense will pay dividends in-season and out.
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