EAST LANSING – Three years later, Aaron Burbridge’s signature moment at Michigan State remains eight catches and 134 yards made in blissful ignorance.
“I barely knew the plays,” Burbridge said last week of his 2012 performance at Indiana.
He hasn’t been that good since.
His fault partly. The coaching staff’s, too. Bennie Fowler and Tony Lippett should share in the blame. Mostly, though, just rotten circumstance. – Read more at LSJ.com