Michigan State vs. Indiana score update: Spartans down 17-0 after one quarter

Michigan State has struggled to slow down the Indiana passing game, and they trail 17-0 after a quarter of play. The Hoosiers have already thrown for 172 yards, and the Spartans have helped them out with an additional 60 yards of penalties.

Indiana received the ball to start the game, and they needed just over a minute to open the scoring. Cameron Coffman found Cody Latimer for 33 yards on 3rd and 2, and three plays later he found Stephen Houston for a 19-yard touchdown strike.

Indiana added a field goal later in the quarter, taking advantage of a pair of 15-yard penalties from the Spartans to move into range for Mitch Ewald to make it 10-0.

The Hoosiers weren't done, as Cameron Coffman threw for another touchdown before the end of the quarter to make it 17-0. After finding Kofi Hughes for 39 yards to get Indiana into Spartan territory, Coffman picked out Ted Bolser running down the left sideline for the 21-yard touchdown pass.

Michigan State will need to slow Cameron Coffman and reduce the penalties if they want to cut into the deficit. Stay tuned to this storystream for more updates on the game.

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