Posted November 26, 2012 on
The heartbreak of the 2012 season stopped Saturday afternoon in Minnesota as Michigan State powered to a sixth win on the season making them eligible for a bowl berth. We take one last look at the performances of the offensive unit.
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Minnesota fans couldn’t believe it. They probably didn’t have any strength left to, because Le’Veon Bell had sucked their will away with one bruising run after another. Saturday afternoon, in arctic temperatures, Bell simply decided to push his team into … Continue reading →
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Several members of Michigan State’s football team earned membership on this year’s All-Big Ten Conference Football teams as selected by coaches and members of the media.
MINNEAPOLIS - Tracy Claeys gave a quick update on the health of Jerry Kill following the loss to Michigan State. A number of other Gophers spoke with the media about Kill as well Saturday's game.
Well, that was a fairly painless victory to become bowl eligible. But, there are some things to say.
-Le’Veon Bell is really good. 35 carries for 266 yards and 7.6 yards per carry. That’s incredible, and with that he becomes the 7th back in MSU history to have over 3,000 career rushing yards and is currently in second place in the FBS in rushing yards on the season. That will...
The All-Big Ten teams were announced Monday night, and there was good news for some Spartans.
Leading the way for the MSU honorees was Le'Veon Bell -- big surprise.
The junior running back had 350 carries for 1,648 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also caught 30 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown.
He ranked third in the country at 137.33 yards per game, while leading...
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Le'Veon Bell rumbled for a career-high 266 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown to put the game away, leading Michigan State to a 26-10 victory over Minnesota on Saturday to secure a spot in a bowl game.
With a career high day, Le’Veon Bell and Michigan State’s defense came up with enough to help the Spartans earn their sixth victory of the season making them bowl eligible.
Spartan Digest takes this time to recognize a couple of members of the Michigan State football program by handing out our Top Spartan honors for those Spartans we feel played a huge role in the Spartans success on the field.
Michigan State junior running back Le’Veon Bell continues to add to his list of honors this season.
Some nice behind the scenes video of Michigan State on their trip to Germany to face UConn a couple of weeks ago. Too bad for MSU, they lost, but good to see the players visiting the hospital there in Ramstein and talking with the troops there. Some nice clips of the game action at the end of the video too, anyways enjoy... Michigan State Basketball - Armed Forces Classic from Micah...
MINNEAPOLIS – Although the Gophers were able to shut down the Michigan State passing attack they couldn’t control running back Le’Veon Bell who racked up 266 yards and a touchdown en route to a 26-10 victory.
Each week we’ll take a look back at each side of the football from the previous game before moving on to the next one. The Michigan State defense was again solid helping the Spartans reach their goal of playing in a bowl game.