MSU got back on the winning track Saturday with its 39-24 win against Northwestern. But once again, it was junior wide receiver Charles Rogers who stole the show. The 6-foot-4, 205-pounder only pulled down three receptions for 53 yards - by far his worst outing of the season - but his 21-yard touchdown with 6:10 to play in the first half made history. The tally marked Rogers 14th-straight game with a touchdown, breaking the Big Ten record he shared with Michigans Desmond Howard (1990-91). It also marked his 13th-straight regular-season game with a touchdown, breaking the NCAA record he shared with Marshalls Randy Moss (1997), Pacifics Aaron Turner (1990-91) and Howard. Just to be among these guys is a great accomplishment for me, Rogers said.