Posted June 17, 2012 on
The linebackers and defensive backs who impressed in East Lansing.
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Michigan State University and the school's athletics director, Mark Hollis, have agreed to a new contract that will increase the salary of the incumbent AD in East Lansing through 2016, while giving Hollis a significant pay bump.
The contract, terms of which were announced Monday via press release, has been converted from a fixed term contract that would have expired on Dec...
Michigan State Spartans football coach Mark Dantonio has expressed the utmost confidence in his program during recent interviews. Dantonio recently said he likes the directionthe Spartans are going. And why wouldn’t he? They’re coming off a Big Ten Championship Game appearance, Big Ten Legends Division title, back-to-back 11-win seasons and just sent a handful of [...]
The success of Michigan State athletics has been amazing under athletic director Mark Hollis and on Monday, Hollis was rewarded with a new contract.
Michigan State reeled in a few talented wide receivers in the 2012 recruiting class, providing a nice foundation as it looks to recruit playmakers on the outside in 2013. The Spartans likely will take just one wide receiver in this class.
Among the targets is the one of the nation's top receivers, Robert Foster. The Central Valley High School (Monaca, Penn.) product is the epitome...
There was a good group of big guys in East Lansing today. Here's who stood out, who got offers and who may receive them in the future.
Springfield (OH) wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass was excited about his Michigan State camp experience before he even arrived on campus. After leaving, Snodgrass was smiling on the way home.
The players who caught our eye from the quarterback, running back, tight end and wide receiver positions at MSU's camp.
Dayton (OH) Christian athlete Heath Harding enjoyed a great day at Michigan State despite him working at a new position. Harding gives us the latest developments about his new offer and new interest.
Westland John Glenn (Ohio) WR/DB Da'Mario Jones lands a trio of new offers. Will Michigan State be next?