The Michigan State Spartans remained undefeated in Big 10 play and retained ownership of the Old Brass Spittoon on the strength of a strong second half as they blasted the Indiana Hoosiers 56-17 Saturday afternoon in Bloomington in  Mark Dantonio's 100th game as Spartan Head Coach.. The Spartans (6-1, 3-0 Big 10) took an early 14-3 thanks to a Jeremy Langford 32 yard touchdown run, the first of his three scores, and a Josiah Price 10 yard reception. The Hoosiers (3-4, 0-3) however, fought back with a 75 yard score on a Shane Wynn reverse then took the lead at 17-14 when true freshman Zander Diamont, making his first collegiate start, ran in from 10 yards out. MSU then took the lead back on Langford's second touchdown run and extended the lead when Macgarrett Kings took a pitch in from 14 yards out for a 28-17 halftime score. The second half was all MSU as R.J. Shelton scored on a four yard shovel pass, Langford scored his third touchdown with a 12 yard run, Delton Williams with a 22 yard scamper to the end zone and Nick Hill capping off the scoring with a 76 yard burst. Connor Cook led the Spartans in passing completing 24 of 32 passes for 332 yards, Hill led the team in rushing with 16 carries for 178 yards, Langford added 109 rushing yards and Tony Lippett led MSU in receiving with seven catches for 123 yards. Michigan State will next face arch-rival Michigan next Saturday in East Lansing. Pregame coverage begins at 2:00pm on Lansing's Big Talkder 1240 WJIM and Classic Rock 94.9 WMMQ