For Michigan State, Pitt there’s plenty to play for in Peach Bowl

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The Detroit News

Maybe it really is just an exhibition game. After all, it doesn’t count in the standings. A win or loss won’t affect Michigan State in the Big Ten and it won’t change the fact Pittsburgh is the champion of the Atlantic Coast Conference. And yeah, two of the game’s biggest stars — Pitt quarterback Kenny Pickett and MSU running back Kenneth Walker III — have opted out and will spend their time preparing for next spring’s NFL Draft. But when No. 10 Michigan State takes the field with No. 12 Pittsburgh on Thursday night for the Peach Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, it will be tough to co…

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