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Big Tentacles - The SWRT look at the Big Ten, and its sway over the
college football landscape.
The Thrill is Gone.
Michigan State and Michigan's lackluster performances this season have taken the shine off of Saturday's rivalry game between the Spartans and the Wolverines. Because Drew Sharp said so. (The Detroit Free Press)
You're Ankle's Too Short to Box With AIRBHG.
AIRBHG strikes again as Iowa running back Mark Weisman suffered an ankle injury in the Hawkeyes' victory over Michigan State. (BTN.com)
Grace Under Pressure.
Penn State is rallying from the massive banhammering it took from the wake of the Sandusky scandal under first year head football coach Bill O'Brien. (The Cedar Rapids Gazette)
Bowling, bowling, bowling.
Off Tackle Empire still has Michigan vs USC in the Rose Bowl, Notre Dame taking on Kansas State in the Fiesta Bowl (last week: ND vs West Virginia), Nebraska facing Florida in the Capital One Bowl (LW: Mich. St. vs ...
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The week leading up to the game against one of your rivals is always tense. And if Michigan needed any added motivation to beat the Michigan State Spartans, after losing to them four years in a row, this would certainly do it. Nothing can be as irritating as staring at one of your hated rivals helmets all week in practice.
The proverb “Pride comes before the fall” comes from the King James Version of the Holy Bible. But for Spartan fans this saying is much more than a proverb, it is the mentality of the football program and has been for five years. Following the 2007 loss to Michigan, Mark Dantonio was asked if he was aware that the Wolverines had a moment of silence at midfield to mock...
Spartan Digest takes this time to recognize a couple of members of the Michigan State football program by handing out our Top Spartan honors for those Spartans we feel played a huge role in the Spartans success on the field.
Michigan State's defense played hard and held Iowa in check for most of the game. However, when the big play was needed it failed to come up with the football. We take one last look at the Spartans defense and hand out our grades.
Michigan State enters Saturday’s battle with Michigan looking for a fifth consecutive victory over their rival. If successful, it would mark the first time in program history in a battle that dates back to 1898 the Spartans pulled off the feat. Tuesday, Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio spoke with members of the media about the game and his team.
Despite coming off a hard win over Indiana many felt Michigan State was at least headed in the right direction offensively. However, Iowa proved there are still issues with this version of the Spartans offense as we take one last look back.
We posed five questions prior to Michigan State hosting Iowa and return with disturbing answers.
Jabari Parker plans to visit Michigan State this weekend.