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PLAYERS: Kirk Cousins
Now that we have finished up all of the “Top 10″ for each position on the hardwood, it is now time that we focus are attention to the gridiron. First up we have everyone’s favorite position, quarterback. Michigan State is not known for producing great quarterbacks, but there have been enough quarterbacks that have made an impact that we were able to put together a decent list. So, for all you football and MSU fans out there, check out the list of the best quarterbacks in the history of MSU football below: 10. Dan Enos (1987-1990) Enos, now the head coach at Central Michigan University, is ranked fourth all-time in completion percentage in MSU history, completing 62.1 percent in his two years as a starting quarterback. Also, Enos ranks 12th in passing yards with 3,837, and 11th in career yards with 4,301. 9. Ed Smith (1976-1978) In 1978, Smith led the Spartans to a share of the Big Ten Championship. During this season Smith threw for 2,226 ...

Victory for MSU: QB Maxwell will be ’100 percent’ in June, says QB coach Roushar

Michigan State quarterbacks coach Dan Roushar said the magic words, the words every Spartans fan has been yearning to hear about junior quarterback Andrew Maxwell: He’ll be healthy very soon. “We get into our full-blown workouts around the first of June, and he’s expecting to go 100 percent at that time,” Roushar said. Maxwell, a [...]
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