Yes, this is what offense feels like.
The Wildcats put up 54 points in an incredible high-flying display against Michigan State in East Lansing. The visitors racked up nearly 500 yards of offense en-route to the victory evening their record to 3-3.
This game was filled with a ton of highs and lows and crazy plays throughout, and with the Wildcats firing on all cylinders offensively, a lot of individuals were able to set career highs. Here are all of the records set Saturday as well as some team accomplishments as well.
- 188 rushing yards (previous high: 186)
- 11 receptions (previous career high: eight)
- First Wildcat with a touchdown reception in five straight games since Teddy Johnson in 2000.
- First Wildcat with multiple receiving touchdowns in back-to-back games since Jeremy Ebert in 2011.
- 81 receiving yards (previous high 48)
- Five receptions (previous high: four)
- Long of 57 yards (previous high: 33)
- First career touchdown
- 32 receiving yards (previous high: 19)
- Long of 20 yards (previous high: 19)
- 27 completions (previous high: 24)
- 77.1 completion percentage (previous high: 73.7)
- Eight carries (previous high: three)
- 12 yards (previous high: 11)
- Seven tackles tackles (previous high: 6)
- Four tackles (previous high: three)
- First career sack
- First career tackle for loss
- Three tackles (previous high: two)
- The 54 points scored were the most Michigan State has ever surrendered at home.
- It also marks the highest output from NU since 59 against Indiana on October 29, 2011.
- The 92 combined points over the past two games are the most since the Wildcats put up 92 combined versus California and Syracuse to open the 2013 season.