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Topic - Jerel Worthy
With the No. 2 overall pick, you expect an immediate impact player. With No. 51? Who knows what you'll get? That's kind of what makes the draft fun.
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Kirk Cousins and Michigan State should find out awfully soon what kind of season this is going to be.
"When you force more than two turnovers, you usually win the game," defensive lineman Jerel Worthy said. "And when you come and play worry-free and stress-free, you usually win the game."