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Connor Cook is front-runner to be first 2016 QB drafted

Every year, we seemingly enter the season with a clear-cut favorite as the top quarterback in college football. This year, Michigan State Spartans signal-caller Connor Cook seems to be that guy. According to MMQB’s Andy Staples, Cook is currently “the front-runner to be the first quarterback taken in the 2016 draft.” Staples went on to praise Cook for turning around the...
Via Campus Sports Net
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: What makes Connor Cook elite?

Recently, we at isportsweb analyzed how close Connor Cook is to setting every Michigan State football passing mark in school history. In addition to his proximity to these records, NFL draft analysts are also drooling about the potential of the Spartans’ signal-caller. Former quarterbacks under center for Michigan State have had the same mobility, arm strength, and even a higher...
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Connor Cook set to leave mark on MSU record book

Connor Cook is entering his senior season at Michigan State and as he does, he stands on the cusp of becoming the greatest statistical quarterback in school history. Let’s dive into the numbers and see just how Cook really is compared to the other all-time great Spartan signal callers. Career Attempts and Completions Cook has attempted 762 passes in his career, placing him eighth...
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State’s Connor Cook has skills to excel in the NFL

Michigan State Spartans quarterback Connor Cook is one of the top signal-callers in the nation and many believe he will be in the first-round discussion. In fact, had Cook decided to enter the NFL Draft this season, he likely would have been the No. 3-ranked passer. Instead, Cook returned to Michigan State for some unfinished business. As a senior, the 6-foot-4, 218-pound passer...
Via Campus Sports Net
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Big Three C’s could be in for historic season at MSU

The Michigan State Football program is on a hot streak unlike any Spartan fans have seen. Ever, in the history of the program. Mark Dantonio is the only coach in the Big Ten to win 11+ games in four of the past five seasons After enjoying a 24-3 record the past two seasons, with a Big Ten Championship, a RoseBowl victory, a Cotton Bowl Victory and back to back top-five finishes...
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Is Connor Cook really number two pick material?

Connor Cook Connor Cook vying for a spot next to Johnny Manziel? Late last week Todd McShay of ESPN released his way “too early” picks for the 2016 NFL Draft. At number two Connor Cook’s name was written next to the Cleveland Browns. McShay said he thought with the Browns struggling quarterback issues along with Cook’s past two seasons he could be the right fit. Cook, who...
May 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Connor Cook could have been first round pick in 2015

The 2015 NFL Draft class was short on star quarterbacks, with Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota viewed as the only first-round prospects. Had Michigan State Spartans signal-caller Connor Cook decided to eter the draft rather than returning to school for his senior season, that may not have been the case. According to Rob Rang of CBS Sports, Cook could have gone in the first round...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Connor Cook Calls Oregon, Not Ohio State, MSU’s Toughest Opponent This Season

Twitter/@MSU_Football Connor Cook and Michigan State have a very interesting perspective. Michigan State is one of the only teams in the country to face more than one of the four College Football Playoff teams, losing to both Oregon and Ohio State. Who does Cook think was the more difficult team for his Spartans to face? His answer may surprise you… Michigan State quarterback...
Via College Spun
December 09, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Michigan State QB Connor Cook is Not Taking Crap From Anyone!

Rivalries will often bring out the best in players as they will often find another level to turn their engine up to against their hated enemy. That is definitely what must be going on with Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook as his Spartans take on Michigan. Early in the game the junior decided that instead of sliding he was going to rough some Michigan defenders up.And rough...
Via FatManWriting
October 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Connor Cook was 'really pissed off' about dirty, late hit

Michigan State fans have to be happy with how the team looked in its 45-7 win over Jacksonville State last Friday, but during the game, they certainly had reason to be nervous and angry about an incredibly late hit on quarterback Connor Cook. They’re not the only ones who are upset. Cook was not pleased with the play either. Connor Cook on the hit on his knee he took vs Jax St...
Via College Spun
September 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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