With MSU looking to shed its fourth quarter hoodoo this week against Indiana, we sent some questions to Ben R. from SB Nation blog The Crimson Quarry. He was great enough to answer them.
With Nate Sudfeld out, do you think Indiana will still integrate a significant amount of passing into the offense against MSU? Or will the Hoosiers hand the ball to Tevin Coleman 50 times, aka the Spartans' offense with Le'veon Bell in 2012?
1. Coach Kevin Wilson is an offensive-minded guy, so I think he will attempt to establish a passing game, regardless of who is playing QB. Looks like true freshman Zander Diamont will be starting for us on Saturday. That being said, IU has primarily been a run-first team this season, so I'm expecting a lot of handoffs and read-options built into the game plan. I know everyone (including myself) is worried about how this situation will play out, but I wouldn't be surprised if Kevin Wilson has a trick or two up his sleeve for this weekend.