Found September 15, 2012 on
Larry Brown Sports:
If there is a family that embodies the Michigan State football tradition more than the Bulloughs, I’d like to know about them. Max Bullough is a junior linebacker for the Spartans and one of the team captains. He’s following in the footsteps of his father, Shane, who was a linebacker in the ’80s and also a team captain. But that’s not where the Bullough-Michigan State football legacy ends.
Bullough’s grandfather, Hank, was a guard for the Spartans from ’52-’54. Two of Max’s uncles played for Michigan State. Another uncle played college football for Notre Dame, as did Bullough’s other grandfather.
Max’s younger brother, Riley, is currently a freshman linebacker on the team.
“Green blood runs through our veins,” Bullough said in a clip featured on ABC during the Michigan State-Notre Dame game on Saturday.
Yes, it clearly does. I just wonder if all the family members have that sick “Spartan Pride” tattoo.
Info via Max Bullough’s MSU profile
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Well that was rough. (Note: it is hard to write this post, so I’m sorry if it makes you angry).
So, what did we learn?
-The MSU offense is below average. I gave them time to mesh, but it’s been too long to still not be doing well together. 3 points is unacceptable.
-The defense is still really good. The 20 points came mostly from being tired from being on the field so much ...
IrishEyes.com photo gallery from Saturday nights victory over Michigan State.
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The open thread is, well... open y'all. C'mon in for some live game chat and other fools errands. At last, The Subway Domer will be able to join you. Isn't that swell? **** SPARTY!
The above pic is from NDMSPAINT. Go there and praise him.
Gee. Way to give it all back. Michigan State started me off right, but everybody else let me down. I was saved by Texas late in the day to finish 2-5 on the day. On the season that puts us back dead even, minus the juice. Don’t worry, it’s early and we will get it all back, starting this week. Seven more games this week. Here we go.
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