EAST LANSING — Le’Veon Bell said TCU’s defense reminds him of Nebraska. Chris McDonald said the “read and react” style of the TCU defensive line is “a little like Notre Dame.” The Spartans (6-6) are starting to become familiar with their 7-5 opponent in the Dec. 29 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl in Tempe, Ariz., and for MSU’s offensive players that means some impressive film to watch. “They’ve got athletes all over the board, I’m not even gonna lie,” MSU receiver Keith Mumphery said of the Horned Frogs. “They’re very athletic.” MSU’s isn’t the only esteemed defense appearing at Sun Devil Stadium. The Spartans are fourth nationally in total defense (273.3 yards per game) while the Horned Frogs are 18th (332.0), playing in the offensively prolific Big 12...
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