Michigan State Spartans Football News: Post-Game Notes: Ohio State

Jayden Reed Michigan State WR, 4 receptions for 67 yards and a TD


• Junior quarterback Payton Thorne was 11-of-18 passing for 113 yards with one TD . . . Thorne now has 397 career completions, closing in on becoming the 11th Spartan quarterback to reach 400 career completions . . . Thorne now has at least one TD in four of this season’s six games, as part of nine TD passes on the season and 39 for his career.

• Redshirt freshman quarterback Noah Kim was 6-of-10 for 82 yards with one TD . . . Kim has now played in four games and is 14-of-19 for 174 yards and three TDs.

• Graduate senior wide receiver Jayden Reed had four catches for 67 yards with one TD . . . Reed now has a TD catch in back-to-back games for the first time this season, his second scoring catch of the year, his 15th TD reception during his MSU career and his 23rd of his collegiate career.

• Redshirt junior wide receiver Tre Mosley snared a season-high six receptions, tying his second-most receptions ever, behind his career-high of eight receptions vs. Maryland (11/30/19) and tying six vs. Nebraska (9/25/21).

• Junior wide receiver Montorie Foster snared his first TD catch of the season and his second career scoring reception.

• Sophomore cornerback Charles Brantley intercepted a C.J. Stroud pass in the first quarter and raced 32 yards to the end zone for Michigan State’s first touchdown of the day . . . it marked MSU’s first interception of the season and first pick-six since Cal Haladay had a 78-yard pick-six in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

• Redshirt junior Justin White recorded a career-high 11 tackles.

• Senior safety Kendell Brooks collected 10 tackles, marking the second time this season he has produced double-digit tackles in a game (18 vs. Minnesota).

• Redshirt freshman Derrick Harmon recorded his first career solo sack with a 4-yard stop of C.J. Stroud in the third quarter.

• Graduate senior punter Bryce Baringer had a season-high seven punts Saturday, and tied a career-high with five inside the 20, matching his career-best vs. Ohio State (11/20/21) . . . Baringer’s average of 48.9 ypp on Saturday was the first time this season below 50.0 ypp, as he entered the game leading the FBS in punting average at 53.3 ypp . . . with a long of 59-yards, as part of three total punts over 50 yards, Baringer now has 14 punts of 50+ yards this season . . . Baringer has had at least one punt of 50+ yards in each of the six games this season and in his last seven games played going back to last season, as part of in 23 of 30 career games.