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A year ago, he did it all. In what was really quite a disappointing season for the Spartans, then junior running back Le’Veon Bell was a bright spot, putting the team on his back week-in-week-out, crashing, spinning and hurdling his way to a monstrous 1793 yard season.
However, unfortunately for Michigan State, following his breakout season, Bell decided to forgo his senior season and enter into the NFL Draft, where he was eventually picked by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 2nd round, 48th overall.
Le’Veon Bell had a monster season for Michigan State last year, rushing for 1793 yards and 12 touchdowns.
And now that brings the Michigan State football program to here. A little less than a month away from the 2013 season, where they will have to find some way to make up for those 1793 yards.
“It concerns me very much,” Michigan State running backs coach Dave Warner said of replacing Bell. “When Coach Dantonio first moved things around and gave me the title, that’s when we started looki...
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EAST LANSING — After having an up and down season last year — as did most of the Michigan State receivers — senior wideout Bennie Fowler has not only tweaked his game on the field, but he’s tweaked his lifestyle as well.
During the 2012-2013 season Fowler stood at 6-foot-1 and weighed about 212-pounds as he led the Spartans in receiving yards (524) and ranked second in receptions...
On the fourth floor of Spartan Stadium sits Michigan State senior quarterback Andrew Maxwell. What’s brought Maxwell and dozens of his teammates and coaches here today is the team’s annual football media day, which took place on Monday, August 5.
And on this day, Maxwell, the returning starter from a year ago, is surrounded by several members of the local media, as the starting...
On Wednesday, the Michigan State Spartans grabbed their first commitment in the 2015 class, and it was massive.
Quarterback Jayru Campbell of Detroit Cass Tech High School released his commitment the day following a visit to MSU.
“I commited to Michigan st!,” Campbell said in a tweet. “#GoGreen #GoWhite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IM SO HAPPY!!!!!!”
Campbell has already won two...
No. 20 Michigan State Spartans (7-6) Coach Mark Dantonio (seventh season, 51-28 at MSU, 69-45 overall)Returning Starters: 19, 9 offense, 7 defense, 3 special teamsRecruiting Rank: 38Strength of Schedule: 51 The Michigan State Spartans will look to return for a fourth straight winning season and seventh consecutive bowl appearance after finishing 2012 with a comeback 17-16 victory...
EAST LANSING, Mich. Michigan State defensive lineman Micajah Reynolds couldve driven past the teenager bleeding on East Saginaw Street in Lansing. The panicked youth had been shot multiple times, including a head wound, in what police believe was part of a robbery.
However, Reynolds, whose first name translates to great man of God, did the godly thing. He pulled over his automobile...
Michigan State defensive tackle Micajah Reynolds assisted a gunshot victim who flagged him down as he was driving and may have saved the young man's life.
Had it reportedly not been for the heroics of Michigan State DT Micajah Reynolds, an 18-year-old Lansing, Mich., teenager likely wouldn't have survived the multiple gunshot wounds he suffered in the early morning of July 31.
Reynolds says he was driving home early last Wednesday when he saw the teenager waving at him in his rearview mirror.
After apparently being shot three...
The Big Ten’s Legends Division could very well end up being a four-team battle royale between Nebraska (my pick), Michigan, Northwestern (I’m not so high on the Wildcats) and the Michigan State Spartans. The four will square off in key games in November and Michigan State gets perhaps the toughest draw of the four in November with three straight games at home against Michigan...
Michigan State defensive tackle Micajah Reynolds made two key decisions on the night of July 31st that saved a teenager’s life. Reynolds decided not to stay at his friends house and he decided not to take his normal route home. Reynolds was flagged down by the teenager, who had been shot multiple times, including in the head.
From the Lansing State Journal:
Sure, the 2013 football season hasn’t started yet, but that isn’t stopping college football programs from gearing up for the future. Today, Michigan State gained a commitment for the class of 2015 from dual-threat quarterback Jayru Campbell, via Twitter:
Campbell is a 6-foot-3, 187 pound prospect from Detroit. He chose the Spartans over offers from Notre Dame, Alabama, and Wisconsin...
In a truly heroic action, Michigan State defensive tackle Micajah Reynolds jumped out of his car to save the life of a teenager that had been shot in the head.