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Max Bullough (40) chases down Notre Dame QB, Tommy Rees (11) in the teams' meeting earlier this year. (Photo by: Jon Coffey/isportsweb.com)
Michigan State football’s very own Max Bullough fielded questions from the media on Tuesday about the Outback Bowl and how the linebacker and his Spartans earned a trip to play there on Jan. 2.
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EAST LANSING, Mich. Trenton Robinson, one of Michigan State's senior captains, admires teammate Isaiah Lewis for his constant tenacity, every game and every practice.
"If he's going to mess up, he's going to mess up 100 mph," Robinson said. "He goes hard all the time."
Occasionally in sports, that type of determination can lead to your downfall...
Michigan State Senior Quarterback, Kirk Cousins, reflects on the 2011 season and the Spartans’ upcoming Jan. 2 game with No. 18 Georgia in the Outback Bowl.
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Michigan State defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi talks about the Georgia offense, which is led by quarterback Aaron Murray.
Tom Izzo spoke to the media after practice Wednesday morning. One of the topics he addressed was Derrick Nix’s ankle. Here is what he had to say:
Lehigh is not a bad team, and will be a decent challenge for the Spartans. They are 9-3 and lost at St. John’s and Iowa State by single digits. They do not have a ton of size down low, but if MSU overlooks them this game could...
How about a more uplifting update today? Michigan State lineman Arthur Ray Jr. has received the 2011 Discover Orange Bowl/FWAA Courage Award for his battle with bone cancer in his left leg. Ray, who signed with Michigan State in 2007 but never played a down until this season, went through nine surgeries, chemotherapy and couldn’t walk…
The Michigan State women's team opened the Caribbean Classic with a 72-45 win over Colorado State on Tuesday at the Moon Palace. The Spartans (8-4) had a balanced offensive attack, with six players scoring at least eight points, and they showed intensity on defense, forcing 27 turnovers by the Rams (3-8).
In preparing for Georgia, the Spartans are finding out just how big the Bulldogs are.
BASEBALL: Michigan State junior third baseman Torsten Boss has been named a third-team preseason Louisville Slugger All-America as selected by Collegiate Baseball.
Nix was held out of the Spartans' practice Wednesday. Izzo called the injury "nothing bad."
Keith Appling scored 19 points, including all 12 of his free throws, and had seven rebounds to lead Michigan State (No. 20 ESPN/USA Today, No. 19 AP) over Lehigh 90-81 on Thursday night.
Game #8-271: Missouri-Kansas City Kangaroos at Michigan State SpartansDecember 19, 2011 8:30 pmBreslin Events CenterBBState Stats/RecapIn my review of a Michigan game a few days ago, I went over just how I became a Michigan State fan. This left me in a bit of a situation on Monday night, when I got tickets for Missouri-Kansas City's visit to MSU -- I've been a Spartan fan...
Neitzel played in both preseason games, and scored seven points Tuesday.
Several 2013 recruits attended the men's basketball game against Bowling Green.
The 19th-ranked Michigan State Spartans take aim at their 11th straight win as they entertain the Lehigh Mountain Hawks tonight at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.
Numerous reporters and media outlets attended Michigan State's Outback Bowl Media Day Tuesday at the Clara Bell Smith Center Auditorium. Head coach Mark Dantonio, offensive coordinator Dan Roushar, defensive coordinator Pat Narduzzi and several players, including Kirk Cousins, Trenton Robinson, Max Bullough and Le'Veon Bell, previewed the Jan. 2 matchup against No. 18 Georgia.