Over the past couple of weeks, MSU fans have been paying more attention to the backup wide receivers and starting tight ends (Dion Sims, Aaron Burbridge, Macgarrett Kings, Jr.), and not MSU’s starting wideout: Bennie Fowler. Fowler had mediocre (for lack of a better word) first two games, and he’s bound to have a good game sometime.
Another thing that’s going Fowler’s way is the fact that Notre Dame’s pass defense is not that great, and they give up most passes to receivers who don’t play slot (like Fowler).
Fowler has shown so much promise, and at some point he’ll make a big play.
We’re three games into the season, and Fowler still hasn’t performed. He’s overdue.