MSU notes: Holmes, London emerging as top RBs

EAST LANSING – There weren’t and won’t be statistics from Michigan State’s first scrimmage of preseason camp, but senior quarterback Connor Cook did report that the offense — which lost, 30-14, to the defense using a modified scoring system — scored on its first possession with a Cook pass to Aaron Burbridge.

And Cook, who actually sat for most of Saturday’s scrimmage as MSU coaches did heavy evaluating of backups Tyler O’Connor and Damion Terry, had a lot of time to watch the running backs. He had a lot to say Monday about the No. 1 position question facing the No. 6 Spartans’ offense. – Read more at

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