Posted October 29, 2012 on
Following a home loss to Michigan State Saturday, Wisconsin goes into its only bye week of the season looking to get healthy and find a new starting quarterback. Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema addresses the media Monday.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
LETTING HIS HAIR DOWN
Michigan State quarterback Andrew Maxwell hit receiver Bennie Fowler on the 12-yard strike in overtime to given Wisconsin its first home loss since 2009. More importantly for Michigan State, it marked their first win in Camp Randall Stadium in their last 22 tries. It also helped the struggling Spartans get one win closer to becoming bowl eligible which would be crucial to help...
Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says he's fired up about his team's chances this season.
It's easy to see why.
The 14th-ranked Spartans are deep and talented despite losing All-American forward Draymond Green.
Izzo has four of his top six scorers back from last season's team that won Big Ten titles in the regular season and conference tournament and put the program...
Below are videos recorded by Chris Thelen of isportsweb.com showing the Spartans, both players and fans, reactions after the 16-13 overtime victory against Wisconsin on Saturday:
So I have blinked and suddenly it’s the end of October and Michigan State opens exhibition play today at 7 p.m. in the Breslin Center against Northwood. Izzo and the crew are back! They have this tune-up and another against St. Cloud State before flying to Germany for the Armed Forces Classic on November 9th. If you want to view the full schedule just click here . The only available...
MADISON - With little room to run, minimal push up front and inconsistencies in the passing game, Wisconsin and its defense could only hold off Michigan State for so long in a three-point defeat at Camp Randall. Badger Nation publisher Benjamin Worgull hands out the grades.
Instead of going into the bye week on a four game winning streak, Wisconsin will need to regroup after losing a game and a quarterback in a 16-13 overtime loss to Michigan State. Badger Nation photographer Stephanie captures the action.
It's been a long, hard road for the Michigan State Spartans this season.
Close losses. Bad breaks. Injuries. The ebodiment of Murphy's law, at times. And it looked like it all was coming up again at Camp Randall.
But finally, something went their way. And finally, the offense made big plays in the big moments. The result was sweet.
Andrew Maxwell went 9-of-11...
Michigan State found itself down 10-3 following a Wisconsin field goal with six minutes left. The defense had played great all day as the Spartans were able to accumulate five sacks, but the offense continued to struggle. Michigan State fans were expecting the same old offense that they have seen all game as well as all season, but someone changed it up. I am not sure if it...
Coming off a big win over Nebraska means no rest for the Michigan State Spartans as they welcome Nebraska to Spartan Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Mark Dantonio spoke with members of the media during the Big Ten Coaches weekly teleconference and we have the complete audio.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio knows what Nebraska can do from four whippings as a Kansas aide, a pair of poundings as a Spartans assistant and a decisive loss last year in his program's second straight 11-win season.
At Big Ten Media Day, Michigan State junior Adreian Payne discusses how the team is looking so far, playing a game in Germany and more.