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Michigan State tried an ill-fated fake punt attempt during its 45-31 victory over the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday, and coach Mark Dantonio says the plays name proved to have been more apt than he expected.

By Extra Mustard
October 14, 2014

Michigan State tried an ill-fated fake punt attempt during its 45-31 victory over the Purdue Boilermakers on Saturday, and coach Mark Dantonio says the play's name proved to have been more apt than he expected.

At a press conference on Tuesday, Dantonio revealed that the play was named after the recent Disney hit movie Frozen, according to The Detroit News.

"I guess we froze," [Dantonio] continued. "Gotta let it go, I guess."

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The team ran the play on its own 29-yard line while facing a fourth-and-6 in the fourth quarter, an odd situation to deploy a fake, but a decision Dantonio defended after the game, MLive.com reports.

"I thought the time was right; the execution didn't happen the way we wanted it, but I thought it was set up right,''

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