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DePaul, Georgetown, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina have been eliminated by Jabari Parker.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
This game was a tale of two halves. At half time, MSU was losing 27-14 and I thought about my future self writing a very sad rapid reactions post, but here I am writing about a win. It’s not all the happy, however.
-Dion Sims ankle injury in the first half appeared not to be that serious, but it looked a lot worse when he came out of the locker room after half time in a walking...
Bloomington, Ind. — Who would have thought that it would take a true freshman wide receiver to finally get the passing game off the ground for the Michigan State Spartans, and potentially save their season?More importantly, who would have thought that the Spartans offense could potentially win them a game at this point in the season?Those unpredictable Spartans (4-2, 1-1) strike...
In this week’s Twitter mailbag, we discuss the season, future games, Jeremy Langford and John Jakubik.
Has the season been disappointing or has it been disappointing? (@MavsRaccoon)
Um. Disappointing. Next question.
How about where the fudge has Jeremy Langford been? And what ever happened to the walk on (jakubik?) Everyone was talking up? (@JRGrizz)
Michigan State (3-2) at Indiana (2-2) (12:00 p.m. ET, on Big Ten Network)
Line: Michigan State -14 (Bovada)
Last Meeting: 2011 (Michigan State 55-3)
3 Players to Watch:
1) Aaron Burbridge (WR, MSU):Fans have been calling his name for weeks; the number one recruit from the state of Michigan will finally get a chance to show why he was so highly touted. Burbridge has...
Le'Veon Bell rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns, while Aaron Burbridge pulled in eight receptions for 134 yards.
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For the first time in conference play, the Michigan State Spartans hit the road, set to oppose the Indiana Hoosiers. Fresh off Saturday’s gigantic egg against Ohio State, the Spartans will try to round their offense and defense back into … Continue reading →