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Michigan State Football: Photo: Spartans Pick Up 17th Commitment From 4-Star DT Naquan Jones

On Sunday, Michigan State quarterback Damion Terry mentioned that every time he refreshed Twitter, his program received a new commitment. It sure does feel that way over the last few weeks, and today, the Spartans added another blue chip player for the defensive line. Four-star defensive tackle Naquan Jones became the 17th member of Michigan State’s 2016 recruiting class this afternoon...
Via College Spun
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football’s 2016 Recruiting Class Is Ranked Higher Than Every Other Class It Has Had In 21st Century

If you follow recruiting, or college football in general, you’re probably somewhat aware of the momentum Michigan State’s program has.  Spartans’ quarterback Damion Terry probably summed it up best on Twitter this afternoon after his team landed another four-star recruit.  Feels like every time I refresh my Twitter we get a new big time recruit#SpartanDawgs — Damion Terry...
Via College Spun
25 days ago  |  Discuss

Michigan State’s Final Four run eerily similar to Connecticut’s in 2014…when they won it all

Michigan State backup quarterback Damion Terry posted some staggering similarities for Michigan State’s Final Four run, comparing it to Connecticut’s in 2014.  The resemblance is nothing short of astounding. Connecticut won the whole shebang in 2014 behind 6’1″ senior guard Shabazz Napier.  Michigan State has been led by 6’0″ senior guard Travis Trice. But back to...
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March 31, 2015  |  Discuss

MSU football: How much will Damion Terry play in 2014?

About 8 months ago, chants of “We want Terry!” rang out through Spartan Stadium as angry Spartan fans watched quarterback Andrew Maxwell struggle against Western Michigan in Michigan State’s season opener. Damion Terry will be used in a variety of ways in 2014Fans never got their wish to see Terry on the field last season, but they did get Connor Cook. In 2013, Cook won the...
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Damion Terry Runs for 23-Yard Touchdown in Michigan State Spring Game

Michigan State did not wait long to unveil a little offensive wrinkle during Saturday’s Spring Game. After the White team defense forced a turnover on the game’s first snap, its offense hung six points on the board via a sweep handoff from Connor Cook to versatile weapon Damion Terry. Terry exploded through the line, split two defenders and dove into the end zone.
Via The Detroit Sports Site
April 26, 2014  |  Discuss

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