Former MSU Player Trolled For Tweeting Too Early About Michigan Losing

Delvon Roe, a former Michigan State basketball player, tweeted the following before the end of the Michigan – Houston game. As we now know is the case, Michigan is still dancing while the Spartans were knocked out by Syracuse. Flip the page to see reactions to Roe’s tweet
Via Diehardsport
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Former Michigan State basketball player Delvon Roe appears on Tosh.0

I personally am more of a fan of Daniel Tosh’s standup than his show, but this skit seemed pretty funny.  Some of you are probably wondering why Delvon Roe is no longer playing basketball somewhere, and it’s because he was a suffering from degenerative knee pain that ended his career at Michigan State after three years.  Now, Roe is currently in California pursuing an acting career...
Via Diehardsport
November 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Notebook: Austin Hatch Heading Home, Roe Retires, More

Brad Winton of spoke with Austin Hatch’s Canterbury head coach Dan Kline last night and tweeted some very encouraging news on the Fort Wayne native’s condition: Per Caterbury HS head coach (and close friend) Dan Kline… Michigan recruit Austin Hatch will come home Oct. 9. Kline said rehab went amazing. This is obviously just the start of the battle for Hatch, who...
Via UM Hoops
September 30, 2011  |  Discuss

Career over for Michigan State forward Delvon Roe Knee Pain Forces Delvon Roe to Retire MSU senior forward Delvon Roe has decided to end his career as an active member of the Spartan basketball team due to degenerative knee pain. Roe will remain on scholarship and is on track to graduate in May 2012. Quote from Delvon Roe: “This is the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make. It feels that I’ve been playing through...
Via Inside the Hall
September 29, 2011  |  Discuss

Delvon Roe: Power Forward/Thespian

Before Michigan State power forward Delvon Roe's 15 point, six assist, five rebound performance against South Carolina at the Breslin Center, he put on an unusual performance over at MSU's Wharton.  As part of his major in Theatre, Roe starred in the Shakespearian play "As You Like It".  He was pretty good too.He may not have the hoops career Shaq O'Neal has had, but give him a few...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
November 18, 2010  |  Discuss

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