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Michigan State has chosen who it wants to trot and take the snaps come Saturday and his name is Andrew Maxwell. He started every game for the Spartans last year, so the move does not come as a surprise to most people in and around the program. Maxwell went 7-6 last season and threw 13 touchdowns and 9 interceptions. The senior will look to improve upon those stats, starting with an Aug. 30 match up against Western Michigan. Maxwell was pressured relentlessly last season and dealt with 21 sacks on the year, which may have led to his sub-par 52.5 percent completion percentage, and estimated 6 yard per completion average. The Spartans, coming off a win over TCU in the Buffalo Wild wings Bowl are not ranked in the top 25 in the AP preseason poll.