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Michigan State sophomore forward Branden Dawson dropped 14 points in their win over Purdue yesterday. He also had the only landed punch of the night. Travis Carrol caught the brunt of that punch. Carrol tried to block out Dawson on a Gary Harris three-pointer, and Dawson didn't like it. Pretty pathetic on his part. Learn how to control your temper buddy. The block out was seemingly worthless and barely even nudged Dawson out of the way so I'm not sure why he got so heated. He didn't get ejected for the punch, but probably will face some action from head coach Tom Izzo. Video is below.
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Tom Izzo has been looking to get sophomore forward Branden Dawson playing with more fire, and it seemed he found it in the second half in the Spartans victory over the Boilermakers. Dawson already has history with Purdue, as he spurned the university in his home state to attend MSU, and he barked at Matt Painter during a game last year. But he cranked it up a notch or two on Saturday...
Tom Izzo has been looking to get sophomore forward Branden Dawson playing with more fire, and it seemed he found it in the second half in the Spartans victory over the Boilermakers.
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In it, Gholston thanked the Spartans fans for their support, then explained his decision.
Here’s the text of the letter, courtesy of BTN.com:
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone...
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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer
Michigan State defensive end William Gholston has decided that he will not come back for his senior season in East Lansing, Michigan and enter the NFL draft. NFL Logo
He is the third Michigan State junior to leave for the NFL draft in recent days. He joins running back Le’Veon Bell and tight end Dion...
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