Kenneth Walker III's five touchdowns lead No. 8 Michigan State Spartans past No. 6 Michigan Wolverines

Kenneth Walker III, Michigan State's running back, had a great day Saturday in the Spartans' win over Michigan 37-33. He ran for 193 yards and five touchdowns.
He had four or more rushing touchdowns this season, making it his second consecutive game. This is the highest number of running backs in FBS. He is the third Michigan State player with five or more rushing touchdowns in a single game. This follows Javon Ringer's five touchdowns against Eastern Michigan back in 2008.

After trailing Michigan 23-14 at the half, the Spartans produced an impressive second-half. Michigan State was trailing Michigan by 23-14 at halftime. However, after converting seven third-down attempts, the Spartans converted three consecutive third-down conversions, leading to Walker's touchdown.

Michigan led by as much as 30 points at one point. The Wolverines lost the game. They are now 89-2 in games where they lead by 16 or more points in the second half since 2004.

Michigan looked like they were going to win the game with Cade McNamara, their quarterback, throwing for 383 yards. He also scored two touchdowns. With Michigan leading by three points, the Michigan coaching staff brought in J.J. McCarthy as the freshman quarterback. McCarthy fumbled and lost it to the Spartans.

Walker scored on the next drive to take the lead. Michigan was able get the ball back in less than two minutes, but Charles Brantley's interception sealed the victory for Michigan State.

Jim Harbaugh, Michigan's coach, is currently 3-4 against Michigan State. The Wolverines are 7-1 for the season. The Spartans are now 8-0, their best record since 2015. They won the College Football Playoff in 2015.