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Spartans offense finally finds a way to win one for the defense

It's been a long, hard road for the Michigan State Spartans this season. Close losses. Bad breaks. Injuries. The ebodiment of Murphy's law, at times. And it looked like it all was coming up again at Camp Randall. But finally, something went their way. And finally, the offense made big plays in the big moments. The result was sweet. Andrew Maxwell went 9-of-11 on the final drive...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Spartan Pups: Holmes has big game, but team falls in playoffs

Through much of the season, Flint Carman-Ainsworth running back Gerald Holmes has been splitting carries with other talented backs and not getting the workload one would expect of a Division 1 recruit. Against Grand Blanc last week though, Holmes saw the majority of the carries and put up the numbers. He ran for 181 yards on 19 carries and had an 80-yard touchdown. The Bobcats...
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Spartan Pups: WIlliams blows up in Cathedral Prep’s regular-season finale

While Damion Terry has been making headlines all season, Delton Williams has been a solid offensive and defensive force for Erie Cathedral Prep. Last Friday, when the weather conditions made it hard to move the ball through the air, Williams was the focal point of the Ramblers offense — and he made the most of it. Williams totaled four touchdowns in Cathedral Prep's 47-0 win...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

MSU basketball trip to Germany about more than the game

As Michigan State headed to Germany to open the season on Ramstein Air Base, it provided a chance not only to compete against UConn, but to have a first-hand account of military life. Take a look at some highlights of the trip and things players have said via social media: "These soliders opened my eyes up and filt me in on a lot of things they went through in afghanistan and...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

MSU’s goals might be gone, but the future is not

Through Michigan State's early-season struggles, Mark Dantonio said "all of our goals are in front of us." He was right, at the time. MSU was coming off a hard 20-3 loss to Notre Dame at Spartan Stadium, and the talk of a Rose Bowl still lingered for the Spartans — but didn't last long. Fact is, long ago the ship sailed on any Rose Bowl dreams. It could have been when Fou Fonoti...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Spartan Pups: Several MSU commits head to Michigan state finals

State finals weekend is upon the state of Michigan — and many Spartan commits have led their teams to Ford Field to play for various state championships. Drake Harris, the lone skill player committed to MSU still in the playoffs, had a huge game in Grand Rapids Christian's 52-28 win against DeWitt. Harris had seven catches for 216 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Eagles...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Spartan Pups: Harris shines in state title game

Drake Harris a gifted athlete. This much no one can dispute. After his performance in Saturday's Division 3 state final, Harris has cemented his name in the record books forever, and he is only a junior. Harris set the state record for receiving yards in a state championship game, with 243 on eight catches. He hauled in a 74-yard touchdown. His season totals, well, those also...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Bell leads the way for the Spartans on All-Big Ten teams

The All-Big Ten teams were announced Monday night, and there was good news for some Spartans. Leading the way for the MSU honorees was Le'Veon Bell — big surprise. The junior running back had 350 carries for 1,648 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also caught 30 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown. He ranked third in the country at 137.33 yards per game, while leading the nation ...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss

Spartan Pups: Another MSU commit wins a state title

A week after four MSU commits from Michigan won state titles, one from Ohio won one, too. Shane Jones, a linebacker at Cincinnati Moeller, led the Crusaders to the Division 1 Ohio state title with a 20-12 against Toledo Whitmer last weekend. Jones had 7.5 tackles, including two for loss. Jones, recently named the Division 1 defensive player of the year, tallied 130 tackles, 2...
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May 27, 2014  |  Discuss
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