In this week’s Detroit Free Press column, Jameson Draper takes a look at the Michigan State offense and reports that it appears to be coming together nicely in spring football practices so far. As always, the Free Press column begins here and ends at the freep website.
EAST LANSING –
That seemed to be the buzzword during Michigan State’s open practice last Tuesday...
One year changed Connor Cook forever.
From a backup fighting for the starting job to a Rose Bowl champion quarterback, Michigan State’s rising junior now will add one more job description: team leader.
“I’ve never been the kind of guy to be a rah-rah leader. I’ve always let my playing do the speaking sort of in that kind of manner,” Cook said as the Spartans opened spring...
The Michigan State Spartans are the 2013-2014 Rose Bowl champions. Yes, you read that right.
After a preseason that was packed with uncertainty, and a regular season start that was everything but stable, Mark Dantonio and the Spartan football program found a way to win the Big Ten outright and become victorious in the 100th Rose Bowl.
Below, isportsweb’s Ryan Squanda and I look...
Michigan State quaterback Connor Cook almost wasn’t. Thankfully he did capture the QB1 job, because he ended up being the guy that helped the offense to mature and turn into a cohesive unit, that provided support to the nation’s #1…Read more →
Spartan fans are ecstatic for their upcoming trip to the Rose Bowl. So much so, that they are acting like idiots.
This article is not meant to take away from the Rose Bowl shine in any way. It is meant to make the case for why MSU should have been considered to play Florida State in the National Championship Game. Of course, it’s all moot now. But what fun is college football if...
The No. 11 Michigan State football team (11-1, 8-0) capped off a perfect Big Ten season Saturday with a 14-3 victory over Minnesota (8-4, 4-4), and will now move on to face Ohio State (12-0, 8-0) in the Big Ten Championship game.
With sophomore Connor Cook struggling at the helm of the quarterback position on the afternoon, the Spartans rolled with running back Jeremy Langford on...
Connor Cook threw for three touchdowns and Michigan State's defense locked down Illinois Saturday on the way to a 42-3 win.
The Spartans (7-1, 4-0 Big Ten) used a big defensive stand and a back-breaking drive to crush the Illini.
Illinois (3-4, 0-3) was trailing 7-3 midway through the second quarter when it failed twice to punch the ball in from the Spartans 1-yard line.
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October 26, 2013