MSU head coach Mel Tucker’s postgame comments following win over Western Michigan

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Michigan State football opened the season with a victory over in-state foe Western Michigan on Friday night, 35-13. The Spartans were led by big performances from a pair of transfers — running back Jalen Berger (120 yards and one touchdown) and linebacker Jacoby Windmon (four sacks).

Michigan State held a 21-3 advantage at halftime, but Western Michigan made things interesting in the second half by getting it to a one-possession game in the fourth quarter. From there the Spartans scored a pair of touchdowns to clinch the season-opening victory.

Check out some of the most notable comments from Michigan State head coach Mel Tucker during his postgame press conference:

Tucker on Spartans' performance:

Tucker on injuries to Xavier Henderson and Darius Snow:

 

Tucker on Windmon's strong performance:

Tucker on Payton Thorne and Berger's play vs. Western Michigan:

 

Tucker on kicking situation:

Tucker on play from MSU's secondary:

Tucker on Brandon Baldwin getting start at LT:

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