MSU writer/blogger says MSU passing attack must win the night against BSU. I say BSU will play exceedingly smart and pick its spots to run, pass and trickerate; wining the night. I also say we have a shutdown secondary from corner to safety. MSU passing will have its moments for one touchdown but way too few opportunities. MSU running game will attack for awhile, with two scores. BSU will throw the kitchen sink playbook in a methodical manner similar to a Georgia Goat Roping seminar given by BSU last year. MSU does not know what to coach, defend or offend with after the first series. Whatever MSU plans, Boise doesn't care because it will execute packages so fast MSU will think they are still in summer double sessions practice. Fast Offense served to go and hard defense that's harder than a diamond in the rough. Even the fans won't under stand the concept of Boise until heading to the parking late in the forth quarter.