There were three touchdowns scored in the first 3 minutes of this game, including two kick-off returns for six.
To the fourth quarter, game was tied at 14. But Marq Adams took it up the gut of the Viking defense. That broke the tie, and put the Trojans on top 21-14.
Adams and runningmate Faymous Tyra were quite a 1-2 punch for East Lansing. Adams again cut around the right end, then cut back inside and spun into the endzone. This one was called back, but the Trojans did score on the drive.
East Lansing won it 28-14, and coach Bill Feraco had a lot to say about the dynamic duo at running back.