Turnovers torpedo Michigan State in 24-0 defeat to No. 10 Indiana

EAST LANSING, Mich. — For the past week, Mel Tucker has been preaching consistency.Michigan State’s first-year coach had yet to see it from his team through the first three weeks and was desperately seeking some form of it on Saturday against No. 10 Indiana.Well, the Spartans were consistent, all right; however, it was hardly the sort of consistency Tucker was looking for.Once again, Michigan State did its best to beat itself, turning the ball over three times in the first half and four times total as Indiana took advantage, piling up 17 points off those turnovers and cruising to a 24-0 victor…

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