Posted September 07, 2013 on
Berrien Springs offensive tackle commits to Michigan State on Saturday and is the 15th commitment in the 2014 class.

Tom Izzo urges Michigan State fans to leave football game NOW

Tom Izzo is the de facto Mayor of East Lansing. He has the most juice of anyone in Sparta. He urged Michigan State students to leave their college football game today due to inclement weather. According to Weather, severe thunderstorms are predicted all day and all night.   The decorated Spartans’ basketball coach went over to the student section during a delay...

Video: Tom Izzo urges students to leave during football delay

No single human being is more influential to Michigan State fans than legendary Spartans basketball coach Tom Izzo. On Saturday, inclement weather delayed Michigan State's home game against South Florida, and forced many fans to leave the stadium. However, despite a message posted on the scoreboard urging them to leave, majority of fans sitting in the student section opted...

Izzo urges students to leave during football delay

Tom Izzo is one authority figure Michigan State students will listen to. Some of them, at least. The Spartans' basketball coach went over to the student section during a delay before Saturday's football game against South Florida and urged fans to leave the area because bad weather was on the way. A message was posted on the scoreboard, and the seating bowl was almost empty...

Photo: Tom Izzo celebrates touchdown in Michigan State student section

Seeing Michigan State coach Tom Izzo down in the student section, celebrating a touchdown against South Florida just as enthusiastically as any co-ed is just incredible.

Video: Tom Izzo Talks MSU Students Into Cooperating With Stadium Evacuation

Tom Izzo commands ultimate respect from the Michigan State student body. So naturally, when the students didn’t want to leave their seats during today’s football game when there was a lightning delay, Izzo was the man that the school turned to to convince them. Izzo addressed the student body stressing it was important that the students cooperate and get under cover, but he wanted...

Spartans still figuring things out on offense

Michigan State gave three quarterbacks a chance against South Florida on Saturday - and none of them did very well. The Spartans won 21-6, but the offense managed only one touchdown, on a 33-yard drive set up by a short punt. The defense has scored four of the team's six touchdowns this season, including three by Shilique Calhoun. The sophomore defensive lineman scored on a...

Tom Izzo watching MSU-USF game from Student Section

Michigan State’s basketball coach Tom Izzo took Saturday’s MSU-South Florida game in from the Student Section. Izzo followed up on his promise when he told the student section during the pre-game weather delay he’d sit right in the middle of the section if they didn’t leave. Photo: MSU Football

A B1G Preview: South Florida @ Michigan State

  South Florida (0-1) at Michigan State (1-0) (12 p.m. ET, on ESPNU) Line: Michigan State -23 (Bovada) Last Meeting: First Time Playing 3 Players to Watch: 1) Macgarrett Kings (WR, MSU):Kings has possibly been the best athlete on this team for the past two years, which is one of the reasons he was not redshirted a year ago. Today we may finally get to...

Beckham Talks Spartans Visit

With a handful of scholarship offers already earned, Ohio defensive back Kei Beckham took in a program he’s got high interest in. Spartan Digest spoke with Beckham about his game day visit to Michigan State.

Impact: Nick Padla

What does Padla's commitment meant for Michigan State and how the 2014 class will finish up?

Gameday Open Thread - Michigan State

The new era of South Florida continues this afternoon at 12 PM against Mark Dantonio and Michigan State, where the Bulls will be invading East Lansing, MI to square off in their first ever meeting in program history against the Spartans. Come join the fun and discuss with other USFNation subscribers the upcoming game this afternoon on ESPNU.
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