Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Michigan State's men's basketball team put up a perfect APR score of 1,000 in a five-year period ending last year. Of the 350 Division 1 men's basketball programs, only 18 earned a perfect APR score.
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Football detroitnews.com —  It might be easy to look past Donnie Corley off the football field. Quiet and unassuming, the former Detroit King High standout is busy adjusting to college life at Michigan State, taking a full academic schedule while learning the playbook and contemplating returning to King for his senior prom.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State cornerback Vayante Copeland is beginning to play without fear again. Feeling like his old self. Pre-broken neck. Not many people in this world know what it’s like to return to the football field after that sort of injury — to again put one’s head and neck in harm's way, to slam into the moving thigh of a running back or launch one’s body into a violent collision without control of the outcome.
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Football isportsweb.com —  Michigan State football has been known for having a strong defense that can be relied upon to win games. Think back to 2013 where in the first two games of the season, the defense had more touchdowns than the offense. Fast forward to 2016 and the Michigan State defense should be strong again. The spring depth chart lists five seniors as starters on the defense, but by the time fall rolls around that number could bump up to six. Ed Davis is expected to get a sixth year of eligibility after suffering a torn ACL before the start of last season.
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Football freep.com —  After starting all 14 games in 2015 as Michigan State’s “money” linebacker, junior Jon Reschke finds himself lining up at the other outside spot this spring. “Ever since the pads went on, I’ve been playing the ‘star,’” Reschke said after Tuesday’s practice. “So I’ve been getting real comfortable at the ‘star’ position and I’m liking it a lot.”
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Track & Field statenews.com —  It’s been about 10 months since former MSU track star signed a contract to run professionally for Adidas. And during those 10 months, O’Connor, a three-time national champion throughout her years at MSU, said she’s learned a lot about herself.
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Men's Tennis msuspartans.com —  The MSU men’s tennis team (10-16, 0-9) closes out the 2015-16 regular season this weekend with home matches against Nebraska (12-10, 3-5) and No. 72 Iowa (11-14, 1-8). “Nebraska and Iowa are going to come out ready to play,” MSU head coach Gene Orlando said. “They’ve got “finish” on their mind as well. It’s going to really come down to who wants it the most.”
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Men's Basketball isportsweb.com —  Colby Wollenman will be the first to tell you that what he learned as a student-athlete at Michigan State University will go a long way in helping him as he prepares to pursue his aspirations in medicine upon graduation this spring. “Everything I’ve learned – and in every way I have grown through athletics – will help as I continue my academic career and my medical career in the future,” former Spartan basketball player said last week.
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Football isportsweb.com —  The week of the spring game is when commits seem to roll in for Michigan State. It looks as if that will be no different this year. Offensive guard Matt Carrick from Massilon, Ohio committed to the Spartans on Wednesday. Michigan State now has six commits for the 2017 class. Carrick is the second offensive lineman, joining Kevin Jarvis.
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Football impact89fm.org —  After a three month break, Spartan Red Zone is back just in time for MSU Football’s annual spring game. Matt Mika is joined by Andy Chmura and David Manion to catch up on everything happening in the offseason. From Spartans heading to the draft to next year’s highly charged running back play there’s a lot to cover.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  Michigan State forward Marvin Clark Jr. has transferred to St. John's, the Red Storm announced this morning. Under NCAA rules, he will have to sit out next season, then have two years of eligibility remaining. Clark announced his intention to transfer last month.
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Football espn.go.com —  Michigan State defensive end Evan Jones has patiently waited, and now in his final year with the Spartans he has an opportunity to seize. Jones’ time in East Lansing has followed the path that head coach Mark Dantonio and his staff prefer to prescribe: take a redshirt year, experiment at a couple of positions, work your way onto the field on special teams and in a backup role and then be ready to take over a starting spot as a senior. Jones has ticked off all of those boxes on his way to the top of the depth chart on the team’s new-look defensive line this spring.
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Football mlive.com —  Coach Mark Dantonio didn't want to expound on the weighty losses of defensive linemen Craig Evans and Montez Sweat Tuesday afternoon, preferring to stay in the moment with the players still on the Michigan State team. Co-defensive coordinator Mike Tressel had the very same philosophy after practice, but he provided insight into how the defensive line shapes up moving forward, still classifying spring drills as a success.
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Football sportingnews.com —  Michigan State is coming off a banner season in which the program won its third Big Ten championship in six seasons and made an appearance in the College Football Playoff. Mark Dantonio built an elite program, and despite a 38-0 loss to Alabama in last year’s Cotton Bowl Classic in the playoffs, the Spartans are still right in the mix for another conference title heading into 2016.
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Football soundcloud.com —  The guys sink their teeth into Spartan football with a look at the MSU spring game player draft. They also talk about the recent departures, break down the QB situation, discuss Donnie Corley's potential and much more.



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Football mlive.com —  O'Connor will lead the green team into Saturday's scrimmage, 3 p.m. at Spartan Stadium, to mark the last of 15 spring practices for the defending Big Ten champions.
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Football detroitnews.com —  While the uncertainty behind O’Connor can make Saturday’s 3 p.m. kickoff intriguing for the likes of Terry and Lewerke, there seems little doubt O’Connor is taking a stronger hold of the starting position as each day passes. Only part of that is because of the way he is playing, which has been very good by all accounts. But it’s the way O’Connor has taken easily to his role as a team leader.
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Football freep.com —  Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio expects linebacker Ed Davis to be granted a sixth year of eligibility and return to the field this fall. Jon Reschke became a reliable strongside playmaker while flanking middle linebacker Riley Bullough. Andrew Dowell saw action as a true freshman, but rising junior Chris Frey has leapfrogged him on the depth chart this spring and is getting first-team reps at the weakside spot in the battle to replace the graduation loss of Darien Harris. He’ll return to a crowded group of linebackers that have become the Spartans’ deepest position group.
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Baseball msuspartans.com —  One run was all that was needed when the 23rd-ranked Michigan State baseball team hosted Notre Dame on Tuesday afternoon at McLane Stadium, unfortunately for the Spartans it was a sixth-inning homer by Notre Dame's Ryan Lidge. Notre Dame starting pitcher Michael Hearn earned the complete-game win, while MSU sophomore Keegan Baar had the longest outing of his career -- 7.1 innings -- and held the Irish to three hits over the span.
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