Found September 01, 2012 on Fox Sports Detroit:
EAST LANSING, Mich. Consider this: Michigan State junior quarterback Andrew Maxwell had not taken a snap as a starting quarterback in nearly four years until Friday nights 17-13 win over Boise State. Thats a long time to be wearing a baseball cap and headphones on the sideline during games. So, how did he grade out as the first-time leader of a college offense? I would give him a C on the report card. Maxwells statistics were not impressive. He completed 22 of 38 passes for 248 yards with no touchdowns and three costly interceptions. But only one of those pickoffs was really his fault. The first interception by Broncos cornerback Jamar Taylor, which set up a field goal, inexplicably went right through the hands of starting receiver Tony Lippett. Boise State end Sam Ukwuachu was in Maxwells face when he fired a pass tipped by tailback Larry Caper into the hands of safety Jeremy Ioane, who tied the score at 10-10 with a 43-yard touchdown return. The worst interception came on t...

Michigan State-Boise State highlights

Michigan State's defense held Boise State to 62 yards of offense and zero points in the second half as the Spartans rallied in the fourth quarter, winning 17-13, at Spartan Stadium. Spartans running back Le'Veon Bell set a career-high 210 yards rushing with 2 touchdowns on 44 carries. He also caught six passes for 55 yards. Michigan State quarterback Andrew Maxwell leaned...

MSU's Le'Veon Bell hurdles defender

Michigan St is having a rough night against Boise St, well, except for Le’Veon Bell. The Spartan running back announced himself to the nation with this amazing display of athleticism early in the their game on Friday night. Looks like he learned good technique from watching Summer Olympics.

Michigan State Football: Why Le’Veon Bell’s performance against Boise isn’t good long term

East Lansing, Mich— Many college football enthusiasts tuned in to ESPN today, as the #13 Michigan State Spartans hosted the #24 Boise State Broncos, and watched MSU junior running back Le’Veon Bell put on a Heisman worthy performance. Bell carried the Spartans to a record of 1-0, as he ran the ball 44 times for a total of 210-yards and two touchdowns, and also caught six balls...

Spartans did just enough to win opener

Michigan State controlled the line of scrimmage in the opening minutes and again at the end. In between, the Spartans made enough mistakes that they needed a fourth-quarter rally to overcome an inexperienced Boise State team. Le'Veon Bell was too much for the 24th-ranked Broncos, outgaining the entire Boise State team and scoring both Michigan State touchdowns. After taking...

Williamson Excited To Get Chance

Michigan State safety RJ Williamson may not have posted a tackle in his Spartans debut, but he was part of one of the biggest plays on the night. Spartan Digest spoke with Williamson following the game.

Wagner's Anderson granted waiver

Dwaun Anderson, Michigan's Mr. Basketball in 2011 who spent a summer at Michigan State, has been granted a waiver from the NCAA that will make him eligible this season. First-year Seahawks coach Bashir Mason said Friday the 6-foot-4, 200-pound guard will have four years' eligibility remaining. Anderson, a native of Suttons Bay, Mich., took two classes at Michigan State...

Trey Lyles Visits Butler, Targets Trips To Michigan State, Illinois, Louisville, Ohio State

Trey Lyles recently decommitted from Indiana.

Watch highlights of Michigan State beating Boise State

Watch highlights of Michigan State beating Boise State

Game Day Goulash: Chris Petersen, Andrew Maxwell, and more.

Gamecockblocked. South Carolina beats Vanderbilt 17-13 in the season opener. (AP via Yahoo! Sports) A Pirate Looks at 30-6.  Mark Sandwritter tries to make sense of Washington State's 30-6 loss to BYU in the first game of the Mike Leach coaching era. (CougCenter) The Keys to the Kingdom. Jonathan Boldt points  to aggressiveness, confidence, and adaptability as the...

Michigan State 17, Boise State 13: Broncos finally fall to a big boy

Boise State doesn’t rebuild. The Broncos just reload. So maybe that’s a stretch. Still, the departures of 17 starters from the Boise State juggernaut this season were supposed to bring college football’s consummate cinderella back to earth. Boise lost to Michigan State Friday night, but it sure didn’t look like the Broncos have any intention of falling back to the pack...

Salem Has Easy Night

If you were the running back coach for Michigan State running back Le'Veon Bell on Friday night, you had a great night. Spartan Digest spoke with Brad Salem about Bell and his other backs following the Spartans win over Boise State.

September 1st Brings Interest in Wiegers

Detroit Country Day (Mich.) junior QB Tyler Wiegers talks Michigan State visit and the schools who contacted him on September 1st.
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