Posted December 27, 2012 on
Michigan State defensive backs coach Harlon Barnett had the following to say about TCU and some of his players prior to the Spartans taking the practice field on Thursday.
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EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo announced Friday afternoon that sophomore guard Brandan Kearney, an All-State selection at Detroit Southeastern High, has decided to leave the program and will transfer to another school.
Brandan Kearney came back from Christmas break and informed me it was in his best interests to pursue other avenues in his basketball...
The bowl game in Tempe will be a last chance to build any sort of momentum for both Michigan State and TCU into 2013.
The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl...
Michigan State guard Brandan Kearney has decided to transfer.
Coach Tom Izzo says Kearney came back from Christmas break and told him he was going to try to find a place where he could play a larger role. Kearney says in a statement that he wishes his teammates the best and he's thankful for his opportunity with the Spartans.
The 6-foot-5 Kearney is averaging 2.3 points per...
HornedFrogBlitz.com breaks down the Michigan State Spartans.
Michigan State quarterback coach Dave Warner knows the Spartans will see a little different defensive scheme when they face off against TCU in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.
Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell is headed to the NFL draft after a tireless junior season in which he carried the ball 382 times.
Bell said Thursday he will skip his senior year following a terrific performance as the focal point of the Spartans' offense. He ran for 1,793 yards this season and also caught 32 passes.
''This was the hardest decision of my...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer Le'Veon Bell's 2012 season really began last January, when fellow running back Edwin Baker announced he was skipping his senior year to enter the NFL draft.
Suddenly, Bell's carry-splitting arrangement in Michigan State's backfield was a thing of the past. There was no doubt about whom the Spartans...
Well, this is it. Michigan State at home is the absolute perfect test to let us know just how good this Gopher team is this year. A good, but not great, team at home. The kind of game that a Sweet 16 (or better) contender should be able to handle without much of an issue. Not that the game shouldn't be close or anything like that, just that you should always have the...
Butler (Kansas) Community College defensive tackle Stephon Hall just spoke to Michigan State recently, and the Spartans are still keeping a close eye on him.
TCU and Michigan State are 48 hours away from battling in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.