Michigan State Vs. Central Michigan Score Update: Spartans Lead 14-0 In 2nd

The Michigan St. Spartans were heavily favored to best Central Michigan on Saturday, and through one quarter of play, they find themselves doing the expected. They're just entering the second quarter and and have scored their second touchdown of the day to go up 14-0

No. 11 Michigan State got the scoring started on their second possession of the game, when Le'Veon Bell carried the ball five times on the drive, eventually scoring on a 1-yard touchdown on third down. Dan Conroy's extra point capped off the nine-play, 32-yard drive.

Bell got the second touchdown of the day as well, when he rushed for a 7-yard score right at the beginning of the second quarter. That drive went for 10 plays and 87 yards, and Michigan St. is rolling with a 14-0 lead. Bell has 12 carries for 49 yards and two scores. Andrew Maxwell has completed 8 of 12 passes for 83 yards for the Spartans.

Stick with this StoryStream for more updates on Michigan State, or for all things Spartans head over to The Only Colors. For more coverage of CMU and the MAC, check out The Hustle Belt. Coverage of the entire NCAA can be found at SB Nation's college football hub.

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