Found March 19, 2013 on
The B1g Time:
Michigan State has played some of it's best football in over a half a century as of late, but after a 7-6 season last year some see maintaining that success as a challenge. Well, Spartans head coach Mark Dantonio says CHALLENGE ACCEPTED. He also has a message to the underclassmen as well and that's "You are the ones."
Appratently it's a message he sent to his players at the team banquet back in December and it was a message of real talk, not just a slogan. These underclassmen will be the ones to win a Big Ten Championship, to go to the Rose Bowl.
Well, if you needed a reminder of the fact that this program has had big time highlights here is the video you need to see, echoing the theme of the 2013 season: You are the Ones!
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He and his assistants used to just worry about the first matchup. Izzo says his staff now prepares for more than one game each week.
The strategy has worked well.
Izzo has won 37 NCAA tournament...
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Fans of the Michigan State Spartans are buying up South Dakota State merchandise in order to cheer against Michigan in the 2013 NCAA Tournament. Love it.