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Michigan State Spartans head football coach Mark Dantonio refused to discuss the clock management of his team's final offensive drive in the first half of Saturday's game against Northwestern. Michigan State started at their own 25 with 1:52 remaining in the half but were only able to reach the Northwestern 36 yard line before time ran out on them. As the teams headed to the locker room for halftime, Dantonio was asked by ESPN's Quint Kessenich to describe the clock management on the last drive, to which Dantonio curtly responded "Ask me a different question."Well, that's not very nice. Hopefully Dantonio will lighten up a bit by the end of the game, as the Spartans extended their 14-6 halftime lead to 23-6 at the end of the third quarter.H/T Dr. Saturday. Visit us at holdoutsports.com and follow us on Twitter @HoldoutSports.
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At halftime of the Michigan State vs Northwestern football game, MSU head coach Mark Dantonio was asked what he thought of his team’s clock management to end the half. He was also asked about the targeting call and ejection of Isaiah Lewis. Here was his response.
Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio was clearly unhappy about his team’s clock mismanagement late in the first half of the Spartans’ game against Northwestern. ESPN sideline reporter Quint Kessenich point blank asked him about it right after the buzzer sounded. The result was predictable, but still ugly.
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“These are moments that we’ll remember for the rest of our lives.”
Those were the first words spoken by Michigan State head coach Mark Dantonio as he took the podium after the Spartans defeated Northwestern on their Senior Day, 30-6, en route to clinching the outright Big Ten Legends Division Title and a trip to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship.
The game was a tale...
On Saturday at 12 p.m. EST, the Spartans travel to Evanston, Illinois to take on the Northwestern Wildcats. No matter how you look at it, this game has one colossal story line: if Michigan State can win, they’ll earn a trip to Indianapolis for the Big Ten Championship game.
The team is coming off a huge win at Nebraska, while Northwestern, who is 0-6 in the Big Ten and coming off...
ESPN sideline reporter Quint Kessenich went to ask Michigan State Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio a question prior to halftime but the first question he brought up was not to Dantonio’s liking. Kessenich asked Dantonio to describe the clock management before halftime and Dantonio gave an absolutely classic response.
Northwestern has had a hard time winning ever since ESPN's College GameDay paid the tea a visit a few weeks back. So it didn't need to have a tough game made even harder by Michigan State. That is exactly what the Spartans did early on when safety Isaiah Lewis knocked Wildcats quarterback Kain Coulter out of the game.@SBNationGIF/TwitterHe was called for targeting and ejected...
Here’s another questionable “targeting” call in college football via Saturday’s Michigan State-Northwestern game. MSU’s Isaiah Lewis was ejected from the game after this hit on a Northwestern wide receiver in the first quarter. There’s no question that the hit was helmet-to-helmet, but it looks like the Northwestern player lowered his head as Lewis was coming in for the...
Michigan State wide receiver Bennie Fowler made this wild TD grab during the first half of Saturday’s Spartans game versus Northwestern. Fowler reels in the catch after it takes a bounce off a Northwestern player’s back, then takes off downfield for the easy 87-yard touchdown.
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Michigan State need just one more conference win to clinch the Big Ten Legends division. The Spartans are acting like it in Evanston today.
MSU’s Benny Fowler just made an awesome circus catch on a badly under-thrown ball by quarterback Connor Cook. Fowler had to completely turn his body around to catch the ball, yet was able to turn upfield and outrace the defense for an 87-yard...
Michigan State safety Isaiah Lewis was ejected for targeting during the first half of the Spartans' game against the Northwestern Wildcats.
Michigan State Spartans wide receiver Bennie Fowler showed off his hand-eye coordination against Northwestern on Saturday with this 87-yard touchdown. The pass was thrown behind him and the cornerback, the ball bounced off the cornerback’s back and then Fowler snagged it and took it to the house. Definitely a SportsCenter Top 10 play.
Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio channeled his inner Gregg Popovich during a halftime interview on Saturday.
Spartans impacted by new rules for the first time when senior safety Isaiah Lewis was ejected in the first quarter Saturday at Northwestern. The Spartans talked about the call and how Lewis handled it after the game.
Michigan State racking up wins late in the season and way from home under Mark Dantonio