Central Michigan vs Michigan State: 5 bold predictions

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Oct 25, 2014; East Lansing, MI, USA; Michigan State Spartans safety RJ Williamson (26) runs for yards after an interception during the 2nd half of a game at Spartan Stadium. MSU won 35-11. Mandatory Credit: Mike Carter-USA TODAY Sports

1. RJ Williamson will score another defensive TD

RJ Williamson has emerged as MSU’s top safety in his senior season. He has improved his tackling over last season and has continued to make big plays. Williamson had two pick sixes last season, including one against Michigan. He already has two interceptions this season and had a 64-yard touchdown on a scoop and score of an Air Force fumble in the first half.

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"“Yeah, he’s a big-play guy,” Dantonio told Joe Rexrode of the Detroit Free Press. “He has been a big-play guy for us for a number of years. He’s got a knack for picking off the ball. He’s had runs for touchdowns here, obviously the big scoop last week. So he’s been a big-play guy for us, and he’s a guy that understands all the different basic necessities in the back end. He’s played both safety positions. He’s played a nickel back. He even played out at corner a little bit in practice as a true freshman. So I think he has a great understanding, and he’s sort of a leader back there — not sort of. He’s a leader back there.”"

Williamson will have plenty of opportunities to make more big plays against CMU and Cooper Rush, who has already thrown three interceptions this season. Don’t be surprised if you see No. 26 streaking down the field Saturday for another defensive touchdown.

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