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Reaves, Stanton combine for 24-7 win over Central

<I>Stephen Reaves was the star for MSU </i>

Michigan State has a full blown quarterback controversy after redshirt freshman Stephen Reaves, who staked the Spartans to an early lead was replaced by sophomore Drew Staton in Michigan State's 24-7 win over Central Michigan. "I felt good the whole time I was in there," said Reaves. "I think our offense was moving the ball well, and we put some points on the board. At times we were really clicking out there."

(EAST LANSING) - With a youth movement clearly evident on Saturday, Michigan State head coach John L. Smith took it a step further. With Michigan State leading 17-7 in the fourth quarter, Smith pulled quarterback Stephen Reaves and inserted sophomore Drew Stanton into the ball game. Stanton moved the team, not with his arm, but with his legs, once scrambling for a first down and then rambling...

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