Magical Season For MSU Seniors?

How could a team give up 281 yards rushing, drop seven balls, lose both of its starting receivers and fall behind by double-digits twice including in the fourth quarter and still win the football game?

EAST LANSING - Michigan State's improbable 25-24 win left several key players groping for answers.

How could a team give up 281 yards rushing, lose both of its starting receivers and fall behind by double-digits twice, including in the fourth quarter and still win the football game?

While the credit was spread around, most of the players said they felt that "something special" was building for the 8-2 Spartans.

Senior Otis Wiley went as far as to suggest that a "magical season" that could send the Spartans to a New Year's Day bowl game and maybe even the Rose Bowl was building.

of Wiley expressing his feelings about MSU's season.


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