By Alejandro Freixes, CCNN Head Writer
In college football this past Saturday, the Michigan State Spartans busted some serious defense against the Northwestern Wildcats, while sophomore quarterback Connor Cook threw for a career-high 293 yards with two touchdowns. Their easy 30-6 win clinched the Legends Division, which means they’ll face off against the Buckeyes on December 7. The Oklahoma Sooners faced a tough Kansas State team, beating them 41-31 to move to 9-2, with Brennan Clay running for 200 yards and two touchdowns. South Carolina is 6-2 in the SEC, a half-game behind Missouri, but the Tigers are keeping the crown for now. If they beat Texas A&M on November 30, they’ll take the division and face off against either Alabama or Auburn in the SEC championship game on December 7. As for the Aggies, they won’t be reaching the BCS after that 34-10 loss to the Tigers.
Featured image courtesy of Matthew Mitchell/MSU Athletic Communications and Michigan State Spartans Facebook.