Kirk Cousins impressed in his first career start, helping the Washington Redskins remain in the hunt for a NFC East title.
Filling in for the injured Robert Griffin III, the former Michigan State quarterback rebounded from a slow start to help Washington to a 38-21 road win over the Cleveland Browns.
Cousins threw for 329 yards and two touchdowns as he helped the Redskins win their fifth straight game.
Here is a few stories with coverage of Cousins performance.
Washington Post: Kirk Cousins delivers again, this time as a starter
Washington Times: Kirk Cousins leads Redskins past Browns, into NFC East lead
Former Spartan Jerel Worthy had three tackles and 1/2 a sack for the Green Bay Packers against the Bears on Sunday. Cincinnati defensive tackle Domata Peko had a fumble recovery in a win over the Eagles on Thursday.
MSU football recruits Damion Terry and Delton Williams became the latest to win state titles this season, joining Cincinnati Moeller linebacker Shane Jones, Brother Rice linebacker Jon Reschke, Detroit Cass Tech’s Deon Drake and Dennis Finley and Grand Rapids Christian receiver Drake Harris.
Terry and Williams helped Erie Cathedral Prep earn a 28-14 win over Archbishop Wood in the Pennsylvania state finals. He was 13-24 passing for 317 yards and two touchdowns and 12 carries for 55 yards. Williams had eight carries for 34 yards and three catches for 53 yards.
Terry finished the season 222-333 passing for 3,599 yards with 50 TDs and 15 INTs and 700 rushing yards and 12 TDs. Williams ends his senior season with 59 receptions for 838 yards and 88 carries for 697 yards.
On the hardwood, two-sport recruit Drake Harris helped Grand Rapids Christian split a pair of basketball games over the past week. He scored just 3 points in a win over Rockford on Tuesday and then scored 19 in an overtime loss to Warren De La Salle. Grand Rapids Christian is 1-3 this season.