Spartan QB helped fuel B1G title run, but seeks more progress in 2014

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Posted: Saturday, April 19, 2014 12:00 am

If there were an award for in-season progress in 2013 college football, Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook might have won in a landslide.

After MSU's first three games against FBS opponents, the Spartans' defense had more touchdowns (four) than the offense (three) and Cook had completed just 47.5 percent of his passes. He also was benched for the crucial final series of a 17-13 loss to Notre Dame.

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