Max Bullough, Darqueze Dennard, Bennie Fowler and Isaiah Lewis attempt to improve their stock for the upcoming NFL Draft.
No. 4 Spartans will face No. 5 Stanford in the 2014 Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 1, 2014 in Pasadena, Calif.
Michigan State remains unbeaten in conference play with a solid all-around game against Northwestern.
Macgarrett Kings Jr., Bennie Fowler and Tony Lippett have combined for 87 receptions, 1,055 yards and eight touchdowns in 2013.
Michigan State vs. Ohio State
Michigan @ Michigan State
Michigan State takes on Indiana at home
Michigan takes on Iowa on the road
USATSI Gallery: Michigan State vs. Youngstown State - 09/14/13
CAREER NOTES: Four-year letterwinner had 93 receptions for 1,341 yards (14.4 avg.) in 44 career games, including 15 starts . . . closed his career tied for 16th in MSU history with 11 touchdown receptions . . . also had 16 rushes for 102 yards (6.4 avg.) and one TD . . . finished career with 1,779 all-purpose yards (1,341 receiving; 336 kick return; 102 rushing).
2013 SEASON (SENIOR): Led team in receiving yards (622) and touchdown receptions (6) . . . ranked third on the team with 36 receptions . . . ranked second on the team with 10 catches of 20-plus yards . . . ranked tied for 10th in the Big Ten with six TD catches . . . 26 of his 36 catches (.722) resulted in either a first down or touchdown . . . led team with 97 receiving yards on just two catches in MSU's 24-20 victory over No. 5 Stanford in the 100th Rose Bowl Game; his 37-yard reception late in the second quarter to the Cardinal 3-yard line set up the Spartans' second touchdown of the game . . . on the second play from scrimmage in the third quarter, broke several tackles and raced 60 yards to the Stanford 15-yard line, which set up Michael Geiger's 31-yard field goal that tied the game at 17 . . . hauled in three receptions for 29 yards in the Big Ten Championship Game against No. 2 Ohio State . . . had two catches for 99 yards at Northwestern, including an 87-yard TD reception from Connor Cook in the second quarter that tied for the fourth-longest reception in MSU history . . . had two catches for 29 yards at Nebraska . . . led team with six catches for 75 yards, including a 14-yard touchdown reception, in win over No. 23 Michigan . . . had two catches for 40 yards at Illinois, including a 29-yard TD reception from Cook . . . did not play vs. Purdue (hamstring) . . . had a 34-yard TD reception against Indiana, with 30 yards coming after the catch . . . hauled in a career-high nine catches for 92 yards, including a 37-yard TD from Cook, at Iowa . . . had three receptions for 39 yards at No. 22 Notre Dame . . . had two catches for 39 yards vs. Youngstown State, including a 17-yard TD reception; also had a 17-yard rush against the Penguins . . . hauled in three catches for 34 yards, including a team-high 26-yard reception, in the season opener vs. Western Michigan.
2012 SEASON (JUNIOR): Led the team in receiving yards (524) and ranked second in receptions (41) . . . led team with four touchdown catches . . . had seven catches of 20-plus yards, tied for first on the team . . . recorded his first career 100-yard receiving game with 101 yards on seven catches, including a 41-yard TD reception, at Minnesota . . . had three receptions for 31 yards vs. Northwestern . . . had three catches for 28 yards vs. No. 21 Nebraska . . . led the team with six receptions for 48 yards, including the game-winning 12-yard TD catch, in the overtime victory at Wisconsin . . . caught two passes for 59 yards at No. 23 Michigan, including a 45-yard reception . . . had four receptions for 57 yards, including the game-winning touchdown on a 36-yard pass from Andrew Maxwell in the fourth quarter, in MSU's comeback win at Indiana . . . caught two passes for 46 yards, including a 35-yarder, vs. No. 14 Ohio State . . . had four catches for 19 yards vs. Eastern Michigan . . . recorded a career-high eight receptions for 99 yards, including a 7-yard TD catch, at Central Michigan . . . had two catches for 36 yards against No. 24 Boise State.
2011 SEASON (SOPHOMORE): Only saw action in five games due to a foot injury . . . had two catches for 20 yards and one rush for 6 yards . . . had two receptions for 20 yards against Minnesota . . . recovered a blocked punt in the end zone for a touchdown in the second quarter against Wisconsin, giving the Spartans a 23-14 lead in MSU's eventual 37-31 victory over the fourth-ranked Badgers . . . saw his first action of the season in the Michigan game; had one rush for 6 yards against the Wolverines.
2010 SEASON (RED-SHIRT FRESHMAN): Appeared in all 13 games in 2010 . . . multi-dimensional threat finished sixth on the team with 573 all-purpose yards . . . had 14 receptions for 175 yards (12.5 avg.) . . . 12 of his 14 catches came over the last six games of the season (for 146 yards) . . . averaged 8.9 yards per rush (7 attempts for 62 yards) . . . returned 15 kickoffs for 336 yards, averaging a team-best 22.4 yards per return . . . his 336 kickoff return yards ranked second on the team, behind Keshawn Martin . . . accounted for a career-best 161 all-purpose yards vs. No. 15 Alabama in the 2011 Capital One Bowl . . . caught two passes for 56 yards against the Crimson Tide and scored MSU's only touchdown on a 49-yard reception from Keith Nichol in the fourth quarter . . . returned four kickoffs for 105 yards vs. Alabama, including a season-long 39-yarder . . . earned his first career start at No. 18 Iowa with Martin sidelined with an Achilles injury and produced 105 all-purpose yards . . . with the injury to Martin, he assumed an increased role during the second half of MSU's comeback victory at Northwestern, scoring on a 22-yard reverse in the third quarter and hauling in a 21-yard pass from Aaron Bates on a fake punt to keep a fourth-quarter TD drive alive as MSU pulled to within a field goal.
2009 SEASON: Redshirted . . . sat out the entire 2009 season with a stress fracture in his foot.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Named to SuperPrep's and PrepStar's All-Midwest Teams . . . listed among the Midwest's top prospects by SuperPrep (No. 72) . . . rated among the nation's top wide receivers by Scouts, Inc. (No. 80) . . . ranked among the state's top seniors by the Lansing State Journal (No. 15), Rivals.com (No. 15), The Detroit News (No. 16) and Detroit Free Press (No. 16) . . . named to the Detroit Free Press All-State Team (Division 4) . . . honorable mention all-state selection as an all-purpose player by the Associated Press . . . selected to the All-County Dream Team by The Oakland Press and All-North Team by The Detroit News . . . two-year starter for Coach Dan MacLean at Detroit Country Day High School in Beverly Hills, Mich., helping the Yellow Jackets advance to the 2008 Division 4 state championship game . . . accounted for 1,478 all-purpose yards and 15 touchdowns as a senior . . . had 32 receptions for 683 yards (21.3 avg.) and six TDs in 2008 . . . rushed 52 times for 455 yards (8.8 avg.) and eight TDs as a senior . . . contributed 16 tackles, including three sacks, and three pass break-ups in 2008 . . . returned five punts for 218 yards (43.5 avg.), including an 80-yarder for a score vs. Dearborn . . . also returned five kickoffs for 122 yards (24.4 avg.) . . . produced 160 all-purpose yards (11 rushes for 76 yards and 5 catches for 84 yards) vs. Holland Christian in the 2008 state championship game . . . accounted for 265 all-purpose yards and scored three rushing TDs vs. Muskegon Heights in the state semifinals . . . caught four passes for 109 yards and a score vs. Ottawa Hills, including a 73-yard grab . . . had 12 receptions for 265 yards (22.1 avg.) and four TDs as a junior . . . sidelined for five games during the 2007 campaign with a broken collarbone . . . caught 44 career passes for 903 yards (20.5 avg.) and 10 TDs . . . rushed 58 times for 542 career yards (9.3 avg.) and nine TDs . . . won the Oakland County 100-meter and state long jump titles in 2008 . . . member of the Yellow Jackets' 2007 state championship basketball team . . . son of Bennie Fowler Jr. and Teresa Gueyser . . . born June 10, 1991 . . . majoring in economics.
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