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Wishy washy, flip flopping, indecision are the only three phrases that you can use to describe the current Michigan State Football season. The offensive staff has not only managed the Quarterback situation like a three year old that can’t decide on what Halloween candy they want to eat, but have played blind darts with pretty much every position group on the offensive side of the ball.
You declared yourself to be a big boy football program when you started charging seat licenses, making upscale luxury boxes, and putting powerhouse teams like Oregon and Alabama on the schedule in the not so distant future. All of the recent moves by the program, like hiring Jim Bollman as “Co-Offensive Coordinator” and promoting under performing assistant Dave Warner to be the other half of the “Co-Coordinator” joke.
This isn’t a MAC school where you give guys their first Coordinator job because you think they might be up and coming. This is a Big Ten contender start acting like it. The school just g...
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Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio ended months of competition and speculation last week, announcing sophomore Connor Cook as the starting quarterback. Cook started the Spartans' last nonconference game Saturday at Notre Dame, but was pulled on MSU's final offensive possession in favor of senior Andrew Maxwell.
Dantonio said earlier this week that Cook is still the team...
We are now four weeks into the 2013 season and this week treated us a few blowouts and a head scratching close game yet again. Before the first big B1G game jump-starts conference play this Saturday night in Columbus when Ohio and Wisconsin take the field, let’s take a look at some of the games from Saturday past and talk a bit about whats ahead for a few other Big Ten teams...
When we last checked in with Tyler Williams, his Urban DFW coach, Corey Dudley, said the swingman was “high on Michigan” and that he was looking forward to visiting in the fall.
Now, fall is here and Williams’ second visit to Michigan — his first was for last season’s football game against Michigan State — is rapidly approaching. The 6-foot-4 Williams will be in Ann Arbor...
On Thursday, the 2014 Michigan State basketball recruiting scene received a major boost, with the commitment of four star point guard Lourawls “Tum Tum” Nairn.
Nairn, the 5’11″, 180 lb point guard out of Sunrise Christian Academy in Wichita, Kansas, commits to Michigan State over his other top three choices of Indiana, Minnesota, and Oklahoma.
It was a rather quick pickup...
On Thursday morning at his high school, Sunrise Christian Academy, class of 2014 Bel Aire (Kan.) point guard Lourawls Nairn committed to play for Tom Izzo and the Michigan State Spartans. Nairn also considered Minnesota, Oklahoma and Indiana. The point guard is rated No. 119 in the country according to the 247 Composite Rankings.The post Lourawls Nairn commits to Michigan State appeared...
With the start of college basketball season on the horizon, we’ll be taking a long look at the conference at large as well as Indiana’s roster over the next month. Today, we continue our look at the Big Ten with the Michigan State Spartans.
When Michigan State coach Tom Izzo says his future team reminds him of his 2000 National Champion squad, watch out. He said just that in...
Michigan State picked up a much needed point guard on Thursday, as Lourawls Nairn, or Tum Tum as he's known to most, committed to Tom Izzo and the Spartans.
Michigan State Athletic Direct, Mark Hollis, has confirmed that Alabama has requested a two-game series be cancelled. The two teams were set to play in 2016 at Alabama and in 2017 at Michigan State. This game would be coupled with…Read more →
2014 guard Lourawls Nairn picked the Spartans over IU, Oklahoma and Minnesota.
Michigan State sits at 3-1 through four games, but who has helped lead to the success and who needs to step up for MSU to be successful in the next eight games -- and Big Ten play.