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MINNEAPOLIS — Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo fielded questions from media following the Spartans' loss to Minnesota at Williams Arena.
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The Wolverines used four goals in the third period to defeat arch rival Michigan State 5-2 in the third place game of the Great Lakes Invitational from Joe Louis Arena.
Sophomore forwards Phil Di Giuseppe and Zach Hyman and freshman forward Andrew Copp each had goals for the Spartans while senior defenseman Lee Moffie and senior forward Kevin Lynch also added to the Michigan offense...
The Michigan State Spartans know all too well what it is like playing in close games in 2012. Entering last night’s Buffalo Wild Wings with a record of just 6-6, things could have played out quite differently for Sparty this season with a few better bounces. Alas, that was not the case for MSU this past season, having lost five of its six games by a total of just 13 points, but...
Though it took until the late stages of the calender year, finally, Mark Dantonio and the Michigan State Spartans’ coaching staff made the bold move they had to make with their offense. In the process, they may have found a dependable answer at quarterback for the near future.
The Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl was getting downright embarrassing for Michigan State’s perpetually inconsistent...
No. 11 Minnesota looks to continue its eight-game winning and opening the Big Ten season with a win against No. 19 Michigan State on Monday. Tip-off at Williams Arena is set for 1:00 p.m. and will be televised by ESPN2.
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By NOAH TRISTER AP Sports Writer Michigan State finished one game over .500 after winning its final game by one point.
It was an appropriate ending to a season full of close victories and excruciating defeats.
The Spartans played nine games decided by four points or fewer, including their first seven in Big Ten play. They ended...
TCU finished the 2012 season with a tough 17-16 loss to Michigan State in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.