SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- The widely held assumption is that Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell will cut his career in East Lansing short and declare for the draft shortly after the Spartans play TCU in the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl on Saturday.
That's not an unfair assumption. There's evidence to suggest the junior has already decided to make the leap, and there would be plenty of good reasons to do gso. But when Bell talks about the looming decision, a deep, genuine love for Michigan State comes across, and it's easy to see he's still torn about his future.
Ahead of Saturday's game, Bell says he remains 50-50 on his decision, but if it ends up being his last game in green, Bell wants it to be a grand finale.
"First of all, I want to make sure we come out victorious," Bell said Thursday. "I want to make sure we win the game, but individually I want to go out there are and work hard and run like I've never run before."
Though Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio certainly wants th...