Found May 02, 2012 on Fox Sports:
Undefeated heavyweight contender and former Michigan State linebacker Seth "Mayhem" Mitchell (25-0-1, 19 KOs) continued his gradual rise up the heavyweight hierarchy with an exciting third-round TKO victory over Philadelphia's Chazz "The Gentleman" Witherspoon on Saturday night. Fighting on the televised HBO undercard of Chad Dawson's win over Bernard Hopkins, Mitchell and Witherspoon gave the Atlantic City fans a reason to be excited about heavyweight boxing again. After being rocked in the first round, Mitchell made a quick turnaround and dominated the fight from the second round until he put Witherspoon away with a thundering right hand in the third. Mitchell took some time to talk to The Boxing Tribune about a few critical moments in the fight, his on-the-job education, and where he ranks himself among the heavyweight contenders. Boxing Tribune: Hey, Seth. How's everything going? Seth Mitchell: Everything's going well. I'm just maxi...

MSU football players involved in car crash

Michigan State football players William Gholston and Lawrence Thomas suffered minor injuries after a rollover crash around 3:40 p.m. ET on Wednesday. According to the Brighton post of the Michigan State Police, the crash occurred on eastbound I-96 near Spencer Road in Brighton township, and the Michigan State players were not at fault and no tickets or citations were issued. "...

Video: Mascot gets carry at Michigan State spring game

  College football spring games are fun for various reasons, most of them have nothing to do with the actual game scrimmage that takes place on the field. For fans it’s a reason to break out the jerseys, throw some food on the grill, and tailgate at the stadiums they’ll be filling in the fall when games [...]

Michigan State's Gholston, Thomas hurt in crash

Michigan State football players William Gholston and Lawrence Thomas suffered minor injuries in a freeway crash. The school said Thursday the two defensive players were ''shaken'' after the accident Wednesday afternoon. The Detroit Free Press reports that another vehicle crossed into the path of the sport utility vehicle being driven by Gholston somewhere between...

Two recruits elect to walk on at MSU

The numbers keep growing the Michigan State recruiting class of 2012, and this time it comes in the form of two more walk-ons. Linebacker Matt Eleweke (University of Detroit Jesuit) and wide receiver Matt Macksood (Lansing Catholic Central) decided to walk on at Michigan State instead of other options. Eleweke had planned to take a walk-on spot at Syracuse, but when MSU came calling...

Snodgrass Updates Spartans Visit

Michigan State hosted 2014 wide receiver Thaddeus Snodgrass this past Saturday during the annual Green-White game. We check in with Snodgrass to learn how his visit went.

Spartans Surprise Ohio Athlete

With the Michigan State coaching staff hitting the road you just never known where they’ll stop. One recent stop in Ohio surprised this 2014 prospect.

Spartan Digest Quick Take: Spring Game

What should Michigan State fans like and be worried about following Saturday’s annual Green-White Game? We give you our quick take on what we saw Saturday.

Video: Nick Hill Green-White Post Game

Michigan State running back Nick Hill was the workhorse during Saturday's annual Green-White game. Afterwards he spoke with members of the media about his spring and more.

In-State Schools Coming for Stewart

Sturgis (Mich.) sophomore Chance Stewart talks about Michigan State's spring game and the schools coming to see him at his baseball game.
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