October 20, 2013
Player Post-game: Cook, Calhoun, Lippett, and Allen
EAST LANSING - Sophomore quarterback Connor Cook wasn't good against Purdue.
But he isn't hanging his head over a 13 of 25 passing performance that produced 107 yards in a 14-0 victory that gave Michigan State sole possession of first-place in the Big Ten Legends Division with Nebraska idle during the bye week.
"A win is a win, and any time you win you move forward," said Cook. "That's what we did, and we are going to move forward."
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