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For this year's "Fans Top 10" segment, Spartan fans had a chance over the summer to vote for their top linebackers in Michigan State history. The list continues today at No. 5 with Julian Peterson, who holds MSU records for most tackles for loss in a career (48) and also in a single-season (30).
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