Brent Yarina, BTN.com Senior Editor, December 6, 2015
They'll be talking about that Michigan State game-winning drive for years to come.
The Spartans used a 22-play, nine-minute drive to score the go-ahead touchdown with 27 seconds remaining in the Big Ten title game Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium.
LJ Scott, the player who did most of the damage on the prolonged drive, provided the decisive play. On 3rd-and-goal from the 1-yard line, the true freshman took the handoff and shed several tacklers before reaching to cross the plane.
The play was reviewed, however the ruling was confirmed.
Watch the game-winning play above, and see more about Scott's run below.
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