One of the few points of scrutiny over the past year and a half for the Michigan State football team has been the secondary. That is completely understandable. After Isaiah Lewis and Darqueze Dennard departed prior to last season, Kurtis Drummond and Trae Waynes were unable to help maintain the impossibly high standard set by the “No Fly Zone.” To continue reading, click here...
Isaiah Lewis was a three year starter and four year contributor for the Spartans. During his All-Big Ten career, Lewis played Safety in the Spartan No Fly Zone, where he compiled 227 tackles and 8 interceptions (2 returned for touchdowns). Isaiah projects as the second or third Spartan off the board in the 2014 NFL Draft.
EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Isaiah Lewis sprinted toward Wisconsin punter Brad Nortman, arriving a whisker late and diving in front of him. A replay showed there was probably some contact with Nortman's leg on the follow through -- not much, but enough to draw the yellow flag that ended Michigan State's chances of going to the Rose Bowl two seasons ago. "I try not to think about...
Northwestern has had a hard time winning ever since ESPN's College GameDay paid the tea a visit a few weeks back. So it didn't need to have a tough game made even harder by Michigan State. That is exactly what the Spartans did early on when safety Isaiah Lewis knocked Wildcats quarterback Kain Coulter out of the game.@SBNationGIF/TwitterHe was called for targeting and ejected from...
Michigan State safety Isaiah Lewis was ejected for targeting during the first half of the Spartans' game against the Northwestern Wildcats.
Michigan State safety Isaiah Lewis has been ejected from Saturday's game against Northwestern for a targeting penalty. Lewis was flagged after drilling the Wildcats' Kain Colter as he tried to catch a short pass from Trevor Siemian early in the first quarter, jarring the ball loose. Colter, the Wildcats' quarterback, was split out wide. Colter stayed down for a moments and walked...
Via Associated Press
Michigan State senior safety Isaiah Lewis is already done for the day in Evanston. Lewis was hit with a targeting call on Northwestern’s second drive of the game after he led with his helmet while tackling Wildcats quarterback Kain Colter. Colter has not returned to the game since the hit. Good call?
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