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Watch Michigan State RB Nick Hill pull a spin move for a touchdown (GIF)

Graham Watson
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Michigan State fifth-year senior running back Nick Hill matched his 2013 touchdown total with this videogame-like play during the second quarter.

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Michigan State RB Nick Hill with a spin move for a touchdown

Michigan State RB Nick Hill with a spin move for a touchdown

Hill took the handoff from quarterback Connor Cook at the 17-yard line, blasted through the line, made one defender miss, pulled off a nice spin move and then broke another tackle to waltz into the end zone. It was definitely one of the more athletic touchdowns of the game (though the Spartans had a lot of athletic plays for scores).

Hill’s touchdown made the score 28-0. He also had an 8-yard rushing TD to make it 35-0. The two touchdowns matched Hill’s touchdown total of his entire career. Michigan State went on to win the game 45-7.

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