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Big Ten Commissioner Jim Delany might run to Indianapolis in celebration if Michigan State and Wisconsin wind up in a rematch at the inaugural Big Ten championship game on Dec. 3.
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When Duke meets Michigan State in Madison Square Garden Tuesday night there will be a lot on the line for both teams.
Duke looks to move to 3-0 and help coach Mike Krzyzewski move into sole possession as the all-time winningest coach in Division I Men's Basketball History, surpassing his friend and mentor Bob Knight.
Michigan State will be looking to avoid an 0-2 start and show...
Punter Mike Sadler has been named the Big Ten Freshman of the Week, the conference office announced on Monday. Sadler averaged a season-best 46.2 yards per punt (six punts for 277 yards), including three inside the opponent's 20, in Michigan State's 37-21 victory at Iowa, as the Spartans recorded their first win in Iowa City since 1989, ending a seven-game losing streak in Kinnick Stadium.
Michigan State issued an emphatic statement throughout the first 38 minutes of Saturday's game in Kinnick Stadium. MSU (8-2, 5-1 Big Ten) maintained sole possession of first place in the Legends Division by winning at Iowa for the first time since 1989, 37-21. This team, led by the winningest senior class in school history, has the will and the way to accomplish its goals.
Michigan State women's basketball newcomer Becca Mills (Midland, Mich./Midland Dow) was named the initial Big Ten Freshman of the Week, as announced by the conference office today. Mills averaged 12.0 points and 9.0 rebounds, earning all-tournament honors at the Iona Tip-Off Tournament.
Senior class is the winningest in MSU football program history.
Michigan State fifth-year senior Brian Linthicum, who set career highs for receptions (five) and receiving yards (71) in the Spartans' 37-21 victory at Iowa, has been selected College Football Performance Awards' National Tight End of the Week. Linthicum shares the weekly honor with Notre Dame's Tyler Eifert.
Olympia Entertainment in partnership with Michigan State University and the University of Michigan today announced that the agreement which ensures a Spartans-Wolverines game is held annually at Joe Louis Arena has been extended through the 2013-14 NCAA campaign.
The Michigan State wrestling program hosted the MSU Open all day Saturday at Jenison Field House. The event featured more than 600 wrestlers and over 29 schools were represented from around the country. Wrestlers competed in both a freshman/sophomore division and an open division. The Spartans had 16 wrestlers place in the top six in their respective weight classes.
The Michigan State swimming and diving team posted a duo of victories over Grand Valley State on Friday evening, as both the men and women topped the Lakers. The women scored a dominate 167-76 victory, while the men narrowly escaped with a close 120-119 score for the win. This marked the fourth straight year the event was held at Jenison High School.
Hawkeye Insider Publisher keeps you up to date on the action from Kinnick as Iowa faces Michigan State on Senior Day.
IOWA CITY, Iowa -- Kirk Cousins threw for 260 yards and three touchdowns and 13th-ranked Michigan State beat Iowa 37-21 to take control of the Big Ten's Legends Division.
Hawkeye Insider Publisher checks in from the Iowa-Michigan State game with his weekly notebook, including a dressed list, injury report, and more.
Free Press special writer Nick Meyer is live-blogging today's game between Michigan State and Iowa. Discuss the action here.
Redshirt freshman Taylor Walsh took to the mat five times at the Michigan State Open, and had his hand raised five times as he earned the 149-pound title. Walsh was joined on the stand by three other Hoosier placers: Ryen Nieman (133 lbs.), Matt Ortega (141 lbs.) and Ryan LeBlanc (174 lbs.).