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As we finish out our look at the 2012 season we’ll be looking at each aspect of the Michigan State football program from coaches, players and more to see what the future might hold. Our next stop is at the tight end position.
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Michigan State wrapped up its regular season on Saturday with a 26-10 victory over Minnesota. Spartan Digest's Dave Berk reviews the Spartans' 6-6 regular season and looks to the future.
In the past week, Michigan State Spartans’ hoopers have had several unnecessarily close calls, narroly avoiding losses to Boise State, Oakland and Louisiana-Lafayette at the Breslin Center. With a rocky Thanksgiving holiday behind them, the Spartans now hit the road … Continue reading →
Michigan State is still trying to figure out how to best utilize its suddenly crowded backcourt.
The 13th-ranked Spartans will get another chance to see how the pieces fit with guards Gary Harris and Travis Trice back in the rotation on Saturday when they host Nicholls State.
After missing almost three full games with a shoulder strain, Harris scored 12 points in his return on...
EAST LANSING — The No. 13 Michigan State Spartans (5-2) will be hosting Nicholls State (1-2) on Saturday to open the month of December.
Michigan State is coming off a disappointing 67-59 loss to Miami (FL) on Wednesday in which they produced very little offense against the aggressive Hurricane defense.
Nicholls St. will be the first of a pretty “easy” home stretch for the Spartans...
If you start sinking threes tomorrow, oh how fondly we would remember thee…
Hey, today would be fine too, no need to wait any longer to catch fire. The Spartans need Byrd to recapture the shooting touch that he is constantly labeled as having in order to get their half court set functioning well again. MSU can be all too easily defended at present in the half court due to the lack...
With his senior season behind him Michigan State pledge Jalyn Powell is ready to get started.
As we finish out our look at the 2012 season we’ll be looking at each aspect of the Michigan State football program from coaches, players and more to see what the future might hold. Our first stop is with the running backs.