Found April 20, 2013 on
Despite your typical Pure Michigan kind of day here in East Lansing, with flooded over rivers and snowy football fields, which caused the annual kids football clinic to be sent indoors today, the Michigan State football team still found a way to get out there and hold their annual Green vs. White spring football game today.
The game gave players a chance to show what they’ve got early on in the spring and also address a few questions that some may have about this football team as next season draws closer.
Of all these questions though, the one that certainly looms the largest is that of the quarterback situation with three different quarterbacks taking part in the game today, all with something to prove and a shot at the starting job come the fall.
It hasn’t been long though since the last time the Michigan State football program didn’t know who would be the starting quarterback heading into the spring. Four years ago, when Kirk Cousins was a red shirt sophomore quarterback at Mich...
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Michigan fans vandalized the bronze Spartan statue at Michigan State University sometime late Friday night or early Saturday morning, painting a yellow 'M' on the Spartan's midsection and painting his helmet blue.
Fortunately, MSU's Grounds Department was able to clean up the paint and restore the statue.
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On a day which looked and felt more like November rather than late April, the Michigan State Spartans contested their annual “green against white” game, and the white team, no doubt inspired by their Nike “Pro Combat” helmets, led at halftime and got a late touchdown from the arm of quarterback Andrew Maxwell securing a 24-17 win.
The theme of this year’s spring game? Uncertainty...
Some mischievous person or persons unknown apparently sneaked upon the The Michigan State campus sometime between Friday night and early Saturday morning and decided to give The Spartan statue (imaginatively nicknamed "Sparty") a slight makeover in time for the Spartans' spring game. This included a blue paint job to Sparty's helmet, and a giant maize M painted...
Well we all expected it, and we got it: The defense outplayed the offense in another spring game. With a 1:48 left in the second quarter the White defense had outscored both offenses 14-3. Chris Laneaux had a 25 yard interception return for a touchdown (thrown by O’connor) and Kyler Elsworth recovered a fumble and took it back 41 yards to the house. But the Green...
Sparty carried the rock during Michigan State's 2013 spring football game, delivering this solid stiff-arm to safety Kurtis Drummond.
The Michigan State Spartans showed off their unique helmet decal to honor the Boston Marathon bombing victims during their Spring Game. They aren’t the first team to do this, nor will they be the last, but it is still a great gesture.
The Michigan State football team honored the city of Boston with a Boston ‘B’ decal on their helmets during Saturday’s spring game.
Michigan State is hosting a number of prospects this weekend who come in with offers or who could earn offers. Will they earn any commits and who are the names to know? Here is a look.
Saturday’s news that Brian Allen had given his pledge to Michigan State was not a major surprise to those who follow Spartans recruiting. While some may have given the Spartans the edge with older brother Jack already wearing the Green & White, younger brother knows there was more to his decision.
A visit to Michigan State on Saturday gave 2015 defensive tackle Elijah Taylor his second offer and some early things to think about when looking at the Spartans.
Michigan State’s quarterback competition compels coaches to observe during preseason camp.
Michigan State received a verbal pledge from Illinois offensive lineman Brian Allen on Saturday and SpartanDigest.com recruiting analyst Dave Berk spotlights Allen in this breakdown.
Saturday kicked off with a bang when Michigan State picked up the commitment of Hinsdale Central (Ill.) offensive lineman Brian Allen.
Photo Credit: Lauren Walson/College Spun- Tailgaters outside Spartan StadiumScore: White Team 24, Green Team 17
Star(s): Riley Bullough: 46 yards on 11 carries, Aaron Burbridge: five catches for 113 yards
Story: Connor Cook, who led the green team, was the star quarterback in Michigan State’s spring football game. Although Cook went 10-for-26, he made some big plays and seemed more...