Found October 24, 2012 on
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It is sure to be a defensive showdown this week as the Wisconsin Badgers take on the Michigan State Spartans. Both teams are Big Ten power houses that are looking to make a name for themselves in a seemingly must win situation for both of them. While Wisconsin currently has a better record than Michigan State, this game could go either way when everything is said and done. Michigan State simply needs to find a way to get the ball into the end zone consistently.
One of the Spartans biggest problems this season has been the fact that they cannot score points. They are currently ranked #109 in points for themselves and are dropping by the day. In their last two games they’ve only scored a measly 26 points. This is just unacceptable for a team that has such a strong defense. They need to start working on their offense and looking for a way to get the ball down the field throughout the game. If not, then they will be looking at yet another loss, this time putting them under .50...
BEST OF MAXIM
We used last weeks Girls Of The Big 10 post as a call out to all Michigan and Michigan State chicks. In the big intrastate rivalry game we wanted to see the best these girls had to offer. The game wasn’t all it was cracked out to be, with Michigan winning in a snoozer 12-10, and the girls we saw tailgating were pretty underwhelming too.
If anybody was in attendance at the tailgate...
Before Michigan State goes off the schedule for the next four years, the Badgers and Spartans will meet at Camp Randall Saturday for what has been one of the conference's best rivalries over the past three seasons. Badger Nation gets the insider scoop on this week's opponent from Spartan Digest publisher Dave Berk.
When Michigan State makes its first trip to Camp Randall Stadium since 2009 Saturday, the Spartans will bring with them a defense worthy of a national championship team. The offense, however, has been the problem for a school still fighting to be bowl eligible.
To say this season hasn’t gone as planned for the Michigan State Spartans would be an understatement. There’s been a bevy of offensive issues, untimely defensive breakdowns and a few questionable coaching decisions, providing plenty of painfully close losses on … Continue reading →
Yeah. We’re late on this. I’ve been busy, plus it’s hard to be excited to blog about a crushing defeat to your favorite team’s biggest rivals.
But enough complaining. It’s our duty here at Banks Of The Red Cedar to give our input on what went wrong in the Michigan game.
Time for pluses and minuses!
-Hey, MSU scored a touchdown! It was like someone was brought...
Although Michigan State is bringing the conference's top defense to Camp Randall Saturday, the host team is anxious to prove its defense isn't a pushover either.
In the first meeting between the two programs in Madison since 2009 and the last in the regular season until 2017, Wisconsin and Michigan State look to add another memorable chapter to its growing rivalry. Badger Nation breaks down and predicts the match-up.
The number one player in the class of 2013, Jabari Parker will be on Duke’s campus this weekend for his official visit. Parker, the highly sought after prospect from Chicago, cut his list of schools to five this month. Michigan State, Duke, Florida, Stanford and BYU made the cut, with Michigan State and Duke rumored to be leading the pack. He plans to take official visits...
The complete transcript from Michigan State women's basketball coach Suzy Merchant from B1G media days in Chicago (Ill.)
BadgerNation.com presents five players on defense that Michigan State fans should keep an eye on when the teams square off on Saturday afternoon.
Photos from Michigan's last second victory over Michigan State on Saturday.
Minster (OH) junior Ethan Wolf was on hand to watch Michigan play Michigan State. Check out what the tight end has to say about the Wolverines.
BadgerNation.com presents five players on offense that Michigan State fans should keep an eye on when the teams square off on Saturday afternoon.