Michigan State Football: Where Are They Now: Kyler Elsworth

The last time you saw Kyler Elsworth he was busy making dreams come true by jumping over the line of scrimmage to seal an MSU victory. That was January 1st 2014, or if you have DVR, it could’ve been yesterday (it’s okay to admit you still watch that game every chance you get.) But where is that former walk on that made so many people happy? Walking (or jumping) into the sunset...
December 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Michigan State Linebacker Kyler Elsworth Rips Student Section On Twitter

Michigan State football’s student section has received criticism before. Earlier this season, it was criticized by athletic director Mark Hollis, who said that he was embarrassed by the number of students who left early during MSU’s game against Nebraska. After Michigan State fell to Ohio State on Saturday night, former Spartans linebacker Kyler Elsworth took to Twitter to express...
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November 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Defensive Stand Vaults Michigan State to Rose Bowl Victory

It was a play for the ages for Michigan State and Kyler Elsworth. On fourth and one with under two minutes left in the 100th Rose Bowl, Stanford lined up to go for it. The Cardinal trailed the Spartans 24-20, and this was its final chance at a BCS Bowl victory. One yard separated them from a chance at glory. One yard, and as it turned out, a former walk-on linebacker – a back-up...
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January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Couch: On this day, old-fashioned smashmouth smells like Roses

This is exactly why we love football, the way they played it in the Rose Bowl. Stanford smashed Michigan State, and Michigan State smashed Stanford back. No fancy spread offenses or geniuses or gurus. There is a little Neanderthal in all of us. Michigan State won 24-20 when linebacker Kyler Elsworth rammed into Stanford fullback Ryan Hewitt on fourth-and-1, stopping him short of...
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January 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Former walk-on vaults Michigan State to Rose Bowl win

All week, the talk about how the Spartans would fare in the Rose Bowl without All-American linebacker Max Bullough was not favorable. Bullough was the biggest asset in stopping the run, and Stanford's two-back offensive sets posed a huge running threat. But on Stanford's final offensive play of the game, it was a former walk-on making his first start that dropped Ryan Hewitt on fourth...
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January 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Watch: Michigan State’s Elsworth waterboys Stanford RB in Rose Bowl

The 100th edition of the Rose Bowl lived up to all expectations. No. 4 Michigan State got past No. 5 Stanford after weathering the storm of a first quarter attack by the Cardinals. Many plays stand out from this game but none was bigger than Kyler Elsworth stuffing a Stanford running back on 4th and 1. Ironically Elsworth was playing in place of Max Bullough who had been suspended...
January 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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