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EAST LANSING — For the second week in a row, Michigan State football scored a 75-yard touchdown on the game's first play.
Payton Thorne found Jayden Reed after a flea-flicker streaking open down the middle for a score, the first of five first-half touchdowns for the Spartans en route to a 42-14 thrashing of Youngstown State on Saturday at Spartan Stadium.
Throne threw four TDs, including an 85-yard connection with Reed in the second quarter, and scored another, before backup Anthony Russo took over center late in the third quarter.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Payton Thorne, Michigan State football smash Youngstown State