Found January 19, 2012 on Chicago Breaking Sports:
Ex-Fremd, Wisconsin star emulates opposing quarterbacks on scout teamSANTA CLARA, Calif. — In the last two weeks, Scott Tolzien of the 49ers has thrown for more than 10,000 yards.

Michigan State's Adreian Payne on his lung condition: 'I'm gasping for air and I can't get it'

Spartans' sophomore center has smaller-than-normal lung capacity, limiting his minutes. Izzo: "If you watch him, sometimes after a few minutes, he's down on his knees."

Dantonio to Michigan Coach: Sit Down and Shut Up

Mark Dantonio is determined man. He hates Michigan, he will always hate Michigan, and there is nothing that can ever change that. However, he is also a gracious man. Dantonio and other college coaches from the state of Michigan are participating in a symposium on issues facing high school football and recruiting. The Michigan State head coach initially sat quietly and respectfully...

M. Basketball. Spartans Back At Home Vs. Purdue

After opening Big Ten play with four of its first six games on the road, Michigan State is back at home for two straight, beginning with Saturday's game vs. Purdue. The Spartans and Boilermakers both enter the contest with a 4-2 Big Ten mark, and the winner will grab a share of first place in America's best conference.

Wrestling. Wrestling Drops Dual to Northwestern, 30-12

Michigan State Spartan wrestling fell to No. 18 Northwestern on Friday night at Welsh-Ryan arena, 30-12. The Spartans won three straight matches following the intermission and both Brian Gibbs (141) and Nick McDiarmid (197) won their first career Big Ten Conference dual matches.

Michigan State freshman Brandan Kearney shedding 'soft' reputation

Kearney adamantly says the label was bogus from the get-go. "I've never been soft. I've never been one to go out there and get punked or anything like that."

MSU's Wood apologizes for letdown vs. U-M

Michigan State shooting guard Brandon Wood played 32 minutes Tuesday against Michigan. He made one field goal -- a three-pointer from the corner in the second half. He finished 1-for-6 and scored four points.

M. Tennis. Spartans Drop First Dual This Season

The No. 53 Michigan State men's tennis team dropped their first dual this season, to No. 16 Mississippi State at the MSU Indoor Tennis Facility on Friday evening. Both teams entered the match-up with perfect dual records, but after a couple of hard-fought matches in both the doubles and singles, the Bulldogs pulled away with the 5-2 victory.

Dantonio expects more commits for upcoming recruiting class

Michigan State has 14 verbal commitments for this year's football recruiting class and will look to add a few more.

General News. Michigan State All-Access Daily Edition - Thursday, Jan. 19

In Thursday's "Daily Edition", hear from both the women's basketball and hockey teams as they prepare for this week's action. Also, see an exclusive interview with Kirk Cousins as him and two other Spartans get ready for next week's Senior Bowl.

Swimming & Diving. Spartan Women Fall in Final Home Meet of the Season to OSU

The Michigan State women's swimming and diving team closed out their home season against Ohio State on Friday evening. The Spartans picked up three individual titles in the swimming races and one on the diving board, but fell to the Buckeyes on senior night with a score of 144-98.
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