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The final home game for the 2012 season has a lot on the line as Michigan State will send off several seniors that have played positive roles during their time in the program.
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I personally am more of a fan of Daniel Tosh’s standup than his show, but this skit seemed pretty funny. Some of you are probably wondering why Delvon Roe is no longer playing basketball somewhere, and it’s because he was a suffering from degenerative knee pain that ended his career at Michigan State after three years. Now, Roe is currently in California pursuing an acting...
It wouldn’t be a typical start to a Michigan State Spartans’ basketball season without an unexpected, frustrating loss in a bigger match up. Such was the case Friday night, as the Spartans had plenty of problems in a frustrating defeat … Continue reading →
Former Spartan linebacker Seth Mitchell talks about his meteoric rise in boxing and his relationship with Michigan State.
Hoop heads following the Michigan State Spartans had been patiently waiting for this day to come for some time. Tuesday night, with two cold blooded plays, Keith Appling finally grew up before our very eyes and slickly buried a major … Continue reading →
Through Michigan State's early-season struggles, Mark Dantonio said "all of our goals are in front of us." He was right, at the time.
MSU was coming off a hard 20-3 loss to Notre Dame at Spartan Stadium, and the talk of a Rose Bowl still lingered for the Spartans -- but didn't last long.
Fact is, long ago the ship sailed on any Rose Bowl dreams. It could...
Kansas, Michigan State, Kentucky and Duke come together under one roof in the Georgia Dome. Join the premium chat as basketball royalty takes the court at the Champions Classic in Atlanta.
What a difference one game can make! The Spartans did indeed carry their inspired second half play over to this game and even added some pleasant surprises to the mix. Alex Gauna played meaningful minutes and actually contributed(albeit not much defensively), Payne played with attitude(4 blocks, 8 boards), and Denzel Valentine led the team in assists coming off the bench(4). In...
Two weeks ago, another maddeningly close defeat against the Nebraska Cornhuskers left plenty Michigan State Spartans bitter and disappointed again. All things considered, the bye week might have come at the perfect possible time, giving everybody a chance to cool … Continue reading →
When Daniel Jones stepped onto the field for his first collegiate action, it was a rough experience. Michigan State senior receiver B.J. Cunningham ran laps around the redshirt frsehman cornerback. Jones is looking to rebound against the Spartans this weekend.
Keith Appling scored 19 points, freshman Gary Harris added 18 and the Michigan State Spartans bounced back from a loss to UConn by upsetting Kansas. Continue reading →
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Northwestern returned to work on Tuesday with Michigan State looming on Saturday. Coach Pat Fitzgerald described the two-hour workout as his team's best effort yet. PurpleWildcats offers notes and observations from Evanston.
Northwestern's focus is on Saturday's game with Michigan State, but the team took some time to fine-tune its game. PurpleWildcats was on hand for practice and offers up these detailed notes and observations.