Posted February 11, 2013 on
Michigan native Nick Padla already holds one scholarship offer from Akron. However, an offer from Michigan State could be a game changer.
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Michigan basketball’s team motto this season has been “WE ON.” The motto is featured on their shirts for warm ups and it stands for “When Everyone Operates N’sync.”According to Big Ten Network, there is also a secondary meaning to the motto:The “WE” is an acronym for “Wolverine Excellence,” which the program strives for, and the “ON” originates from a routine...
In case you didn’t know, #8 Michigan State host #4 Michigan tonight at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center in East Lansing tonight at 9PM EST. This trailer was made by a YouTuber and should get you ready…assuming you aren’t already…
For the first time in the history of the series, Michigan and Michigan State will play each other while ranked among the top 10.
Michigan-Michigan State a top-10 showdown for first time.
If this doesn't get you pumped for tonight's Top 10 showdown between the Wolverines & Spartans, check your pulse. Let's Go!!
Here’s Tom Izzo and Keith Appling after Michigan State’s emphatic blowout win over Michigan on Tuesday evening. Izzo’s assessment of the game was succint. “We probably played our best game in 3 years,” he said. “And they probably played one of their worst.”
Appling after the jump.
After making a statement with his performance at the Midwest Elite Big Man Camp on Sunday, Nick Matich updated his recruiting and the relationship he’s building with Michigan State.
All photos by Dustin Johnston. Full gallery after the jump.
While this game wasn’t a perfect one by any means, viewing the box score leaves me feeling pretty darn good about it just the same. Much of the season has been spent lauding the efforts of Appling, Harris and Dawson, and deservedly so, but what was most impressive about this victory for me was the contributions of a few other players. Yes, the Spartans appeared to have quality...
Drake Harris is currently committed to Michigan State but that hasn't stopped top tier programs from around the country as they continue to recruit the nation's sixth ranked wide receiver prospect.