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Branden Dawson had 12 points for the Spartans, who shot 24.1 percent (14 of 58).
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It was just over 2 years ago that the Michigan State football program – and head coach Mark Dantonio – found itself at a crossroads. The Spartans had just completed a successful season and, on November 22, 2009, had celebrated it at an awards banquet. What followed – a brawl across the street at Rather Hall – has been well documented, including my exclusive look at the event...
An MRI revealed early today that Michigan State forward Draymond Green does not have a tear in his left knee, according to MSU's Matt Larson. He said doctors called it a sprain and said Green is day-to-day.
Michigan State announced that Cincinnati Moeller wide receiver Monty Madaris sent in his national letter of intent at 7:23 this morning.
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The Michigan State women's tennis team will feature a student-athlete every week this spring in attempt to "Meet the Spartans". This week sophomore Marina Borher (Porto Alegre, Brazil) sat down with msuspartans.com to answer some questions about her pre-match rituals and her major. Bohrer posted a team best 22-15 record in singles play last year at the No. 3 spot.
Mill Coleman talks about one of his pupils, Michigan State commitment Aaron Burbridge, and what makes him a special prospect.
The future of Michigan State football could be in good hands, based on the group of wide receivers and defensive backs who were signed Wednesday.
The final Stock Report for Michigan State and the Class of 2012. Do we have any surprises? Spartan Digest members can find out.
Michigan State scored 20 points in the first half.
Illinois (15-6, 4-4) returns to Assembly Hall Tuesday night to host #9/10 Michigan State for Operation Blue Out (6 pm CT, ESPN). Watch | Listen | Gametracker | Mobile Live Stats | ILL Game Notes |
Brandon Paul shook off a poor-shooting game to score 18 points, including two free throws with 45 seconds left that gave Illinois the lead in a 42-41 victory over No. 9 Michigan State on Tuesday night.
Michigan State women's basketball head coach Suzy Merchant held her weekly press conference on Monday at Breslin Center. Merchant addressed the team's improvements in Sunday's 83-77 upset over No. 18 Penn State, spoke of the recent play of Porsche Poole and Klarissa Bell, and looked forward to this weekend's game at Michigan.
He also had scholarship offers from Florida State, Kentucky, Michigan and Nebraska, among others.