Michigan State beat Boise State 17-13 on Friday night.  To add insult to injury, an unsuspecting Boise State cheerleader got ran over. 

Michigan State was able to outlast Boise State 17-13 on Friday night.  Running back Le'Veon Bell rushed for a five-yard touchdown with 8:12 to play to put the Spartans up for good 17-13.  Boise State not only lost the game, they had a cheerleader get caught in the crosshairs of a play that ended on the sideline.

Boise State quarterback Joe Southwick threw a pass in the first quarter that was intended for wide receiver Mitch Burroughs.  With Michigan State cornerback Darqueze Dennard involved in the play, both Burroughs and Dennard barreled into the Boise State cheerleading section.  A Boise State cheerleader that was described as "Bronco tough" popped right back up after getting hit by Burroughs.  Thankful, she was okay.

Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell was an absolute beast on Friday night.  The junior running back rushed for 210 and two touchdowns.  Check out a nice hurdling move that Bell made against Boise State below.

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