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Spring training inspires eternal hope for college football fans. Optimism is at an all-time high. Last season’s disappointment has been wiped from memory and fan boys across the country have their eyes locked into their favorite squad’s progress in the off season. At this point, everyone’s undefeated, everyone still has a shot, and there are no losers. Not yet. In part 5 of our B1G spring preview, we take a look at the Michigan State Spartans.
Camp Opens: March 19th
Spring Game: April 20th
Is this still Andrew Maxwell’s team? The senior quarter back started all 13 games last season but the last time the Spartans took the field, Maxwell was pulled in favor of freshman Connor Cook in what became the deciding drive in the 2012 Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl. Maxwell has to control the inside track to that job because of the experience he gained last season but his play was pedestrian at the most. Cook, sophomore Tyler O’Conner and eventually incoming freshman Damion Terry will ...
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While the Spartans basketball season has come to an end, one question still remains. Will Adreian Payne forgo his senior year and enter the NBA Draft? The 6-foot-10 junior surprised everyone this season with his versatility and the improvement he made from his sophomore to junior year.
Payne averaged 10.5 points and 7.6 rebounds per game, along with...
With a teammate just committing to Michigan State and a current Spartans coach having ties to his school, Shahaun Williams hopes to hear more from the Green & White.
OLB Brandon Lee of Indianapolis (Ind.) Lawrence Central kicked off his spring break tour with a bang after picking up an offer from Michigan State on his first stop. Lee talks about his day with the Spartans and his reaction to picking up his 9th offer.
Clarkston (Mich.) junior defensive tackle David Beedle, an in-state name quickly gaining momentum, talks about his visit to Michigan State and their interest level.
Only a few years after picking up the sport of football, St. Charles North (Ill.) junior offensive tackle Chase Gianacakos is off to play Big Ten football at Michigan State.