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Michigan State guard Travis Trice didn't play Wednesday against Minnesota because of a hip injury. Coach Tom Izzo wanted to rest his freshman point guard to try to get him ready for the game at Illinois on Tuesday.
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Seriously, what can’t MSU senior forward Draymond Green do? Aside from averaging 15 points, 10 rebounds and 4 assists in his senior season and being one of the best leaders in Michigan State history, Green has now proved that his mission stretches far beyond the hardwood.
On January 25th, Draymond Green, along with 9 other outstanding student-athletes, was named as a finalist...
Former 2 star recruit Le'veon Bell
Michigan State is coming off another great year for this program and despite many departures, looks to be headed in the right direction. The Spartans finished 11-3 on the season and many believe, they should have been in a BCS Bowl. Actually, it’s no secret, everyone knew they should have been in a BCS Bowl, but that’s an argument about...
We look at several rumors surrounding the recruiting efforts of Michigan State as well as some signs the Spartans could be ready for a super strong finish to the 2012 class.
The Spartans' second half comeback was not enough, as the Michigan State women's basketball team fell 71-62 in overtime to Illinois on Thursday night at Breslin Center. MSU (12-9, 4-4) fell behind by as many as 15 in the first half, and used a 21-2 run to begin the second half to gain the lead, but were unable to put away the Illini. Senior Porsche Poole led Michigan State...
Cousins said he hasn't had much time to rest, balancing first-team reps with the North team and interviewing with NFL teams.
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The Michigan State women's basketball team returns home after a two-game road trip to play Illinois on Thursday at 6 p.m. on Big Ten Network. The Spartans (12-8, 4-3) look to snap their three-game losing streak.
Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis announced a new pricing policy for football season tickets Thursday at Spartan Stadium. The changes include assigning equal prices to season tickets throughout the stadium ($308), a $4-per-game increase for student season tickets and expansion of the "scholarship" seating areas.
Following Saturday's win over Purdue, Michigan State is back in a three-way tie for first place in the Big Ten. The Spartans welcome Minnesota to Breslin Center as the Golden Gophers are one of the league's hottest teams having won three in a row, including two straight on the road. MSU has won nine straight games played on one of the two schools' campuses.
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