Michigan State Football: Potential breakout offensive player

Last week, fellow isportsweb contributor Matt Hoeppner and I gave you our potential breakout defensive player for the Michigan State football team this season. Today, we turn our attention to the offensive side of the ball. The offensive line is set, as it was selected as one of the top seven groups in the country. On the other hand, the skill positions emptied out with Jeremy...
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Cook explains how he feels in late-game situations

How does Connor Cook excel in two-minute drives? "It's almost like you black out," the Michigan State quarterback told SiriusXM radio via the Detroit Free Press. "(It's) almost like you're in a dream. It's surreal."The Spartan signal caller also endorsed a large group of receivers ready to step up this fall -- Aaron Burbridge, Tres Barksdale, R.J. Shelton, AJ Troup, Macgarrett Kings...
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May 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Wide Receiver Aaron Burbridge’s New Role

With Michigan State’s top wide receiver and quarterback Connor Cook’s favorite target from last season, Tony Lippett, heading to the NFL draft later this month, the title of top receiver is up for grabs. Fourth year senior Aaron Burbridge has a good possibility of taking over the role of top receiver. The 6-foot-1, 208-pound Farmington Hills, Michigan native has the experience...
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April 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Across The Web: Michigan State

We’re joined this week by the Enlightened Spartan, yet another PhD recipient from East Lansing’s fine Land Grant School. Be sure to check out our attempts at his questions over at the oldest Michigan State blog in the country! Michigan State has some pretty good offensive play-makers on offense; QB Connor Cook, RB Jeremy Langford and WR Tony Lippett. Who else can make plays for...
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November 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Michigan State Football: Three offensive observations

Michigan State is often thought of as a defensive team first and foremost. They will shut you down with a tough, physical defense and the offense will be able to put just enough points on the board to get the job done, usually by running the ball down your throats. That is not the case this year. The 2014 version of Michigan State football still has the stingy defense, but this year...
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September 03, 2014  |  Discuss

National Signing Day: Michigan State scores major recruiting victory with Malik McDowell

Photo: 247 Sports Michigan State secured the National Letter of Intent from the number one recruit in the state of Michigan and one of the best defensive players still available on National Signing Day. Defensive end Malik McDowell, despite earlier reports suggesting his family wanted otherwise, chose to stay close to home by submitting his letter of intent to defending Big Ten...
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February 05, 2014  |  Discuss
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