IU Surrenders Lead, Game To Michigan State

By Dean Pantazi

IU Surrenders Lead, Game To Michigan State

October 6, 2012 Updated Oct 6, 2012 at 11:08 PM EST

BLOOMINGTON (Indiana's NewsCenter) - Indiana saw a 17-0 first quarter lead vanish as Michigan State came back for a 31-27 win in Bloomington on Saturday.

Cameron Coffman threw three touchdown passes as the Hoosiers built a 27-14 halftime lead, and then went scoreless in the second half as Michigan State rebounded wth Le'Veon Bell's second touchdown of the game and Andrew Maxwell's go ahead touchdown pass to Bennie Fowler in the fourth quarter.

IU coach Kevin Wilson still has yet to win a Big Ten game in his time as Hoosiers head coach.




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