Alabama Vs. Michigan State, Capital One Bowl: Greg McElroy Finds Marquiz Maze For TD, 'Bama Leads 35-0

We're in the second half of the Capital One Bowl, and nothing has changed. Michigan State can't accomplish anything offensively, while Alabama uses every opportunity it gets to score a touchdown.

The Spartans received possession to open the third quarter, but the Tide continued to neutralize running back Edwin Baker and pressure quarterback Kirk Cousins, and Alabama forced a three-and-out.

Upon receiving the punt, the Alabama offense continued to move down the field unabated. Mark Ingram broke through for a 14-yard run, and quarterback Greg McElroy found receiver Marquiz Maze for a 37-yard touchdown strike.

Alabama has scored a touchdown in all five of its possessions on Saturday. McElroy has completed 12 of 15 passes for 208 yards, five Tide players have rushed for a combined 135 yards, and the defense has effectively neutralized the Spartans' heralded running game. Alabama looks unstoppable.

Stay tuned to this StoryStream for updates. And for more on these teams, check out our Alabama blog, Roll Bama Roll, and our Michigan State blog, The Only Colors.

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