ScoutTV: Curry "Taking Advantage of Time"

"We've had some success this year with our offense," says wide receiver Deon Curry, demonstrating he can understate things as well as any coach. "And we're just going continue to try and do the things—take the things that they give us and not try to press." has teamed with Florida Citrus Sports to give GSN readers exclusive access to events leading up to the Champs Sports Bowl.

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EAST LANSING – Michigan State (7-5) didn't lose a game by more than a touchdown this season, a testament to their depth.

Coach Mark Dantonio and staff have developed talent three- and four-deep at many positions, and wide receiver Deon Curry is just one example of a player filling a role, working hard and providing depth.

Curry is fourth on the team with 22 receptions, catching many of those in spurts when quarterback Brian Hoyer sniffed out mismatches. The large frame of Curry (6-1, 208) also made him a valuable blocking component within the running game.

Watch Curry break down MSU's Champs Sports Bowl opponent Boston College, talk about who the Eagles remind him of, and much more.

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